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ECON 301-Emerging India: The Contradictions of Development

When: May 7, 2014 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Spring 2014 Paper Presentations

Students participating in this year's India Study Away Program are making their final paper presentations on Wednesday, May 7, from 6:00pm to 7:30pm in YU 202. These presentations are open to the campus community and you are invited to attend.

The presentations are listed below by presenter, title of paper, and principal themes. The range of topics covered is diverse, perhaps a reflection of India itself.

Please join us.


Shanteng Fu
Organic Agriculture between China and India

Organic agriculture past and present, international anddomestic markets, role of government, comparative analysis

Chace Parask
Decentralization as a Solution to Corruption

Localization, perceptions of accountability, riskaversion, the cons of decentralization

William Stack
The Shadow of an Empire

Infrastructure development, interstate commerce, economicdevelopment, state support, corruption,

Chloe Tirebuck
Sustainable Livelihoods as an Approach to Development inIndia

Livelihood generation, cultural traditions, sustainableeconomic growth, inclusive institutions, accountability

Calvin Wing
The Lost Harvest

Globalization, agricultural policies, farmerindebtedness, farmer suicides, stateresponses

If you have any questions, contact Jerry Hembd at or 394-8208.

Event Contact: Kathy Pettingill | kpetting{atuws}
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