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They are offering me last year’s prices and I’m insisting on the year before’s. Modi was supposed to be this Rube from Hicktown…instead we got a foreign policy PM This present government has a lot to do with the economic and political tipping points of India.When this Prime Minister took office he surprised a lot of people by turning out to be a foreign policy prime minister If you went by the Indian media’s general characterisation of him he was a Rube from Hicktown Yet it turned out that unbeknownst to many people over the decades he had spent a lot of time in this country (US) in China in Japan besides his more than a dozen years as the head of a large state (Gujarat) That was supposed to be his metier when he became the Prime Minister but right off the start he was a foreign policy Prime Minister and a very ambitious one I don’t think we’ve seen this kind of thrust on foreign policy since Pandit Nehru’s times This is despite three Prime Ministers since that time who had already served as foreign ministers This was at a time when India’s sheen had been taken off and I think he has been successful in repositioning India The response is overwhelming from policy makers and the average cab driver People who can wax eloquent about the US Senate’s filibuster rules don’t seem to understand that without a majority in the Rajya Sabha you cannot pass bills Economically from 2014 onwards there was a lot of debate in India as to what would be the next big reform in India There was a lot of criticism initially that this government was not getting down to economic reforms It’s ironic because within the first three or four months this Prime Minister made a risky reach He tried to undo the land acquisition act which has been considered by many to be a major bottleneck to investment and economic growth It turned out that if everything worked like clockwork it would take 55 months for any land to be acquired by any investor And nothing works like clockwork It was an ambitious reach and there were those ordinances because the Bill couldn’t be passed He (Modi) had to step back because it became a wedge issue that got the entire Opposition to align Now I find it amazing that people don’t understand the simple arithmetic of political capital in India People who can wax eloquent about the US Senate’s filibuster rules don’t seem to understand that without a majority in the Rajya Sabha you cannot pass bills And even if you have a majority even then you have to carry your party Since then many baby steps have been taken As Amitabh (Kant) pointed out at least 1200 regulations have been phased out This is the (lightly edited) text of Jay Panda’s 40 minute speech at Columbia University titled "India’s economic and political tipping point" Panda spoke on demonetisation GST the arithmetic of political capital the common misinterpretation of Modi’s strengths and the building blocks for an economy to reach critical mass Reporting photo and video by Firstpost’s Nikhila Natarajan Reporter’s note by Nikhila Natarajan in New York: The Bhisma Pitamah of right wing economists Jagdish Bhagwati who openly backed Narendra Modi’s candidacy for Prime Minister in 2014 and has given demonetisation his unambiguous thumbs up hailed Member of Parliament Baijayant ‘Jay’ Panda as an “amazingly competent person” who is Prime Minister material at Columbia University in New York City “Many of us hope that one day you will be the Indian Prime Minister He (Jay Panda) is an amazingly competent man taking great interest in the issues of the day” Bhagwati one of the most respected trade theorists of his generation said Jay Panda is a four-time Member of Parliament from Kendrapara constituency in Odisha and a founding member of the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) party – Odisha’s ruling party Panda is an early investor among his peers on the international speaking circuit Bhagwati introduced Jay Panda to a select audience of about 100 economists gathered for a Festschrift at Columbia University in honour of Arvind Panagariya who until recently was Vice Chairman of NITI Aayog Known to be addicted to witticisms he picked up in Cambridge of the 1950s Bhagwati poked fun at government processes and shone a light on why he is cheering Panda on for India’s top job in the future: “Like those who live in the US know that executive action is a big thing here because you can’t get things through the Congress The trouble with that is because it is easier to impose it is also easier to revoke But way back I asked Jay about it and he pointed out how you can renew ordinances again and again If you can do that it undermines the legitimacy of the Congress or (Indian) Parliament and so we must worry about it Jay Panda was the first person who drew my attention to this the same thing is happening in France Today this is a big big issue I am particularly grateful to Jay for pointing this out early in the game To find politicians who are interested in the issues is not easy Most of them get tied up in a variety of issues like getting re-elected and so on Jay however has managed to retain his intellectual curiosity” Bhagwati renowned for his acerbic sideswipes of fellow academics said in praise of Jay Panda

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