China deserves every bit of its success. I congratulate its leaders. But shame on India.

A few paras from an article in The Australian, today (by an experienced senior businessman who was former chairman of Deutsche Bank, the Australian Securities Exchange and the ABC), caught my attention: I AM just back from Beijing. Its scale, amenity and civility are extraordinarily impressive, especially for a metropolis of 20 million people. It […]

The Indian FDI fiasco, and how “my” government would have dealt with it

I've outlined some aspects of a good policy process in BFN, its Online Notes and, more recently, as part of FTI's policy framework. The proposal, today, regarding a Governance and Economic Reforms Commission (here) has added to my many suggestions for a world-class policy making framework for India. Assuming then that "my" government was in […]