Did you follow the recent news of NSEL crisis in India? Or are you a victim of it by any chance? A magazine named the Economic & Political Weekly (EPW) from India, invited my views on this crisis. Have you heard about EPW?
About EPW: The Economic & Political Weekly (EPW), established in 1949, is a highly reputed and leading magazine since 1949, published by Sameeksha Trust, Mumbai, India. Scholars don’t feel they’ve come of age unless they have published in the EPW — peers don’t take them seriously unless they have an EPW article in their name. Intellectuals across the social sciences like Amartya Sen, Jagdish Bhagwati, M.N. Srinivas and Andre Beteille have cut their academic teeth, publishing their works here. The government usually reacts to most newspaper stories and editorials, but the EPW is in another bracket altogether. Its editorials go verbatim into government reports (adapted from the source: Outlook magazine, 23 April, 2007).
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