A strategy for Indian Economy: Lecture 3- Reforms needed in the Indian Economy

In this lecture we will continue our discussion on Indian economy and the various challenges faced by the economy. India economy faces the threat of being caght in the middle income trap. however the same can be avoided if we are will to take several important economic reforms in the areas of macroeconomic stability- limiting fiscal deficit, boosting investment cycle, indentify the key economic sectors for future growth, investment reforms, tax administration reforms and eliminating supply side bottlenecks by creating infrastructure including health and education.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L48G4J2P27k&t=116s

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About Himanshu Arora Sir

Himanshu sir has a wide experience in the field of both academics and policy-making. He has earlier taught Economics at both under-graduate and Post-Graduate level in Delhi University. Currently, he is working at the Prime Minister economic advisory council. He also writes columns regularly in prestigious newspapers like The Hindu, Indian Express and Millenium post.

Here are some of his published articles

https://www.financialexpress.com/opinion/strengthening-indias-economic-fundamental-may-be-the-best-route-to-enhance-its-influence-as-a-strong-economy/1555087/

https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/opinion/us-sanctions-have-rarely-worked/article27119264.ece

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