The making of a dissenting economist: Amit Bhaduri (1940-)

Amit Bhaduri

Abstract


The paper surveys the author’s research from a personal and autobiographic perspective. The author highlights the political interest and motivations behind the study of economics, as well as discusses some political consequence of economic research. The article focuses on the authors’ contributions on growth, development, and the Indian economy and society.

JEL codes: B31, E12, O11



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Recollections, Bhaduri

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Bhaduri A. (1968a), “An Aspect of Project Selection: Durability versus Construction Period”, Economic Journal, 78 (310), pp. 344-348.

Bhaduri A. (1968b), “Foreign Trade as a Time-Saving Device in Project Planning”, Economics of Planning, 8 (3), pp. 252-262.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.13133/2037-3643_72.290_1

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