Contrary to the ambitions of neoliberal policies, a rapid transition towards free markets will not ensure economic efficiency. Instead, India’s government must revise the agricultural reforms to include safeguards against market volatility and protect local producers from exploitation by corporations.
Author: Christine Sohn
Christine is a staff writer for the Journal on World Affairs at UCLA. She is currently in her second year studying International Development and Asian American studies, and she is passionate about international relations, civil rights, and environmental politics.
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