'Good for everyone'

Economic perspectives and the Indian ELians

In terms of the economic disputations, I see an ELian as a pacifier in the perennial 'Development vs Displacement' debate. The findings of a recent survey claimed that majority of the Indians are 'for' free trade in order to have higher growth rates. With respect to another question, it also claimed that majority feel government should take the responsibility for the upliftment of the economically backward classes and hence were 'for' inclusive growth. That is the essence of EL.
'The greatest good for the greatest number' as claimed by the utilitarianism is not what we want. We want 'Good for everyone' and for realizing this the 'haves' will have to make some sacrifices to take the 'have-nots' along the growth trajectory.
However, do these majority of Indians as elaborated in the survey see the two given questions together or as compartmentalized. The need is to see them together as only the holistic approach can provide the feasible solution.
With these economic disputations get intertwined many socio-political disputations too, giving rise to questions like affirmative action, SEZ's, disinvestment, etc. However, in order to find an answer to these, the primary question remains, 'to what extent do we accommodate?'

Image Courtesy
http://thumbs.dreamstime.com (original)

Dear reader, I have been diagnosed with ACDS or Acute Comments Deficiency Syndrome. My condition is critical and deteriorating day by day. The Doctor has recommended me a high dosage of comments to stay alive. So, if you took out time to read this post, be kind enough to take out some more time to leave a comment. Your few more moments may add few more moments to my life. May God bless you and your blog.

1 doses of compassionate comments received.:

Pro Homework Help said...

A examine within the journal backbone additionally discovered blessings associated with yoga in human beings with ProHomeworkHelp.com continual low returned pain. Individuals who took six months of lessons in Yearning yoga which makes use of items which include belts

Creative Commons License
Reflections of an Empathic Libertarian by Vipul Grover is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 India License.
Based on a work at vipulgrover.blogspot.com.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at vipul.grover@gmail.com.