Atanu Dey on India's Development (English)

Atanu Dey
Dr Atanu Dey is an economist who focuses on India’s path to prosperity from under-development. In his book Transforming India and on his blogs, he explores how India can achieve its potential. We are reproducing his blogs and articles from READ ON NEW WEBSITE


PJ O’Rourke: Every government is a parliament of whores

The Amazing Power of Technology

Swami Vivekanand: To the 4th of July

No True Islamic State

Herbert Simon — Information consumes attention

Yoga has no Religion

Hayek on “The Mirage of Social Justice”

An Open Letter to PM Shri Modi

Prefer a Functioning Economy

Political Discrimination is Socially Harmful

Markets & Competition

Ministry of Power, Coal, and New and Renewable Energy

John Stuart Mill on the Liberty of Thought and Discussion

Reading Ronald Coase

Universal Literacy

Man versus the State

What Comes Before

An ad from 1947: “The Uphill Task Ahead”

Pohela Boishakh, Vishu, and Puthandu Greetings

Rich People Spend More

Goodbye, Mr Lee Kuan Yew

Friday the 13th, Pi Day the 14th & Beware the Ides of March

Money is the root of all Evil

Warren Buffet’s Letter to the Shareholders

The Man Lee Kuan Yew Admires the Most

An Informed Citizenry is the Bulwark of a Democracy

Problems and Solutions

People I Admire – Part Doh

Nelson Mandela on Education

Criticizing Modern Indian Holy Cows Considered Dangerous

Richard Dawkins on the Monotheistic God

List of Pages on Teresa the Merciless

People I Admire

Lee Kuan Yew is under Intensive Care

On Monkeys, Cats & the Generality Principle

The Great Indian Bamboozle has to Stop

2400 hours of electricity for Delhi — every year?

Make India first to “Make in India”

Republic Day Thoughts on Reading the Constitution

A Day of Shame and National Mourning for India

The most dangerous man to any government

Socialism, Competition and Politicians

Open Thread: Ask me anything

Aakash, the “iPad Killer”, Vaporware has Evaporated

The Dreamer and the Dream

Circular Firing Squad of Flying Attack Monkeys Target Rajiv Malhotra

We need more Anandamide, not Jihadamide

Constitutions Matter in our Daily Lives

The Only Home We’ve Ever Known

Adam Smith on the Division of Labor

The Passing of Former President Mr APJ Abdul Kalam

Socialism Works its Wonders in Venezuela - also in West Bengal

Why the terrorists killed the satirists of Charlie Hebdo

Islam Poses an Existential Threat

The Wisdom of the Crowd

On Knowing Enough to Know that You Don’t Know

NITI — New Initiatives for Transforming India

Will India Recover?

The Unbearable Stupidity of Controlling Prices

Nov 14th as the “Day of Shame and Lamentations for India.”

The Indian Constitution — Part 2

Hayek on Valuing Individuals

Mr Modi goes to Washington