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Growth, Policy and Institutions: Lessons from the Indian experience|
India has achieved remarkable progress over the last two decades, a process in which state institutions and reform has had a crucial role. Dr Montek Singh Ahluwalia, former Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission of the Republic of India, reflected on the Indian growth experience to distil his key lessons for growth and development in this IGC Growth Week 2014| public lecture.
The Bihar Story: Resurrection of the State, Inclusion and Growth|
Previously known for lawlessness, poverty, and absence of governance, the Indian state of Bihar has demonstrated a remarkable turnaround and is consistently amongst the fastest growing states in India. Jitan Ram Manjhi, Chief Minister of Bihar, discussed the process that led to this transformation and what it means for the people of Bihar in this IGC Growth Week 2014| public lecture.
The Warrior State: Pakistan in the contemporary world|
In this lecture Professor T.V. Paul offered a comprehensive treatment of Pakistan’s insecurity predicament drawing from the literatures in history, sociology, religious studies, and international relations.
Why Abenomics Matters: Abenomics and the Japanese Economy|
In this lecture Professor Motoshige Itoh explained the nature of Abenomics, discussing in particular the impact of aggressive monetary policy and the implications of its growth strategy.
Co-organised with STICERD| and Department of Economics|
The Future of Asian Financial Markets in a Changing World|
Zhu Min's talk at LSE focussed on the future of the Asian financial market in a changing world.
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Saw Swee Hock Student Centre Official OpeningFriday 24 October will be a day of festivities for the LSE community, celebrating the official opening of the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.
Britain turns up heat over Hong Kong, but has weak handAthar Hussain argues London must keep up the pressure on China over Hong Kong (The Straits Times 1 October 2014)
Lord Stern wins prize for contribution to British energy economicsProfessor Lord Stern has received a prize from the British Institute of Energy Economics for the greatest contribution to British energy economics over the last ten years.
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