Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Narendar Pani ─ Functioning Anarchy of Indian Cities: A Neo-Gandhian Interpretation of the Urban

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

5 p.m.

McKinney Conference Room

Reception to follow

Dr. Narendar Pani is an economist by training, who has, over the last thirty years, written extensively on a variety of subjects. He is the author of Inclusive Economics: Gandhian Method and Contemporary Policy, Redefining Conservatism: An Essay on the Bias of India’s Economic Reform, and Reforms to Pre-empt Change: Land Legislation in Karnataka. He has published a number of academic articles in India and abroad. He is also the author of an analysis of the WTO, two novels, a booklet on theatre, and several hundred articles in the editorial pages of newspapers.

Development and Governance Seminar