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Habits of Highly Effective Countries: Lessons for India

Bibek Debroy (Author) Laveesh Bhandari (Author) Leon Louw (Author)
Synopsis Habits of Highly Effective Countries is an empirical analysis of how India compares with policies associated with success and failure internationally. It illustrates inter alia that the integrity of the legal system is one of the most important factors--perhaps the most important--associated with success. This analysis has been done under the Law Review Project (LRP), a not-for-profit NGO established in 1984 to promote the principles of Good law with special emphasis on economic development and the reform of laws that impact negatively on small business. It provides advice and consultancy services to governments, business and individuals with a view to improving the quality of laws and administrative practices. The LRP promotes a climate of informed opinion regarding the integrity of the legal system, especially the philosophical and practical significance of constitutional provisions and values, such as the rule of law, due process, public participation in policy-formulation, the separation of powers and natural justice.
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About the authors

Bibek Debroy

Bibek Debroy is Director of the Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies (RGICS), Rajive Gandhi Foundation, New Delhi. He is a professional economist and was educated in Presidency College (Calcutta), Delhi School of Economics and Trinity College (Chambridge). He has worked at Presidency College (Calcutta), Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics (Pune), Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (Delhi), National Council of Applied Economic Research (Delhi) and as consultant, Department of Economic affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India. He was also the Director for a project known as LARGE, set up by the Ministry of Finance and UNDP to Consulting Editor with Financial Express. Bibek Debroy's special interests are international trade in particular the WTOI, law reform and the political economy of liberalization in India. He has been listed in many bibliographies and has been a member of several government committees.

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Laveesh Bhandari

Laveesh Bhandari completed his Ph.D. in Economics from Boston University, USA in 1996. He received the Exim Bank Best Thesis in International Economics award in 1996. Previously he was awarded the Hite Fellowship for his work on International Finance. He has taught economics at Boston University and IIT Delhi and was also the Managing Editor of the Journal of emerging Market Finance. He worked on Industry and Infrastructure development issues at NCAER between 1996 and 2000 and since has been leading socio-economic research at Indicus Analytics.

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Title Habits of Highly Effective Countries: Lessons for India
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.11.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8122007414
length xii+156p., Figures; Tables