Tag Archives: Economic development

What ‘Bharat’ (India) needs.

By Amarjeet Sinha This article was reprinted by permission of the author who is a civil servant. These views are personal. He can be contacted at amarjeetsinha@hotmail.com How can we make social and inclusive development a reality? The answer lies … Continue reading

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Bottom-up and Top-down approaches to development

By Kipaya Kapiga Traffic is a big problem in Bangalore. Although all four of us have had enough time to adjust it, it’s still a daily wonder that we don’t see any car or auto crashes on our way to … Continue reading

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Theory of change

The GSE Students have been thinking a lot about change. This is especially relevant for the “Dream Team”, which is helping Dream a Dream assess their activities but equally important for Enable India. A recent blurb on linear versus non … Continue reading

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Alumni Voices: Mihika Chatterjee ’08

From time to time, Wooster alumni that are engaged in poverty reduction or social entrepreneurship will post to this blog. Below is a thought piece by Mihika Chatterjee. Mihika graduated in 2008 with an economics degree. Her Independent Study empirically … Continue reading

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