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As Narendra Modi’s government approaches its first anniversary, three experts discuss whether he is the economic reformer he promised to be. This Google Hangout event is online only. Viewers in India can tune in from 9:30 to 10:00 p.m. Indian Standard Time.

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Panelists:
Vivek Dehejia, Carleton University
Mihir Sharma, Business Standard
Milan Vaishnav, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
 
Moderator:
Sadanand Dhume, AEI

Nearly a year after Narendra Modi’s thumping election victory in India, opinion on his government’s will to move forward with economic reforms remains sharply divided. While supporters credit him for reviving investor interest in India through reforms in areas such as coal, insurance, mining, and, potentially, land acquisition, skeptics criticize his failure in privatizing inefficient state-owned firms, slashing food and fertilizer subsidies, and reversing a damaging retroactive tax law.

Is Modi the economic reformer that people hoped for? How will India’s domestic politics influence the decisions he makes during the remainder of his term? As the Modi government approaches its first anniversary, join this Google Hangout as three leading experts evaluate the past year and frame challenges on India’s horizon.
Tweet your questions and comments @AEIfdp.
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Thank you for this event to all 4 participants. Good discussion. Enjoyed it.
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