Friday, November 19, 2010
India's Prime Minister Singh
In today's WSJ (Friday 11-19-2010), there is an interesting article by Tom Wright and Vibhuti Agarwal about India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. As stated in the WSJ, "Although Singh is a noted economist famous for introducing India's market-led reforms in 1991, much of Mr. Singh's political support rests on the perception that he is above reproach." His administration is now threatened with a scandal which is discussed in the article. As usual, it is the cover up that causes more trouble than the original transgression.
I started a companion blog for my EMBA students going to India this spring. It will be updated about once a week.
Go to http://econfanindia.blogspot.com/ to check it out.
at 10:56 AM