India’s latest budget has generated huge interest in its ability to set the country on a path of sustained and rapid growth. Will budget efforts to reorient India’s public finances create sufficient momentum for new investment and broad-based growth? Are there other game changers in the budget that will lay the foundations for better economic governance and create momentum for the future?
Ajay Chhibber addressed these issues in the context of recent economic trends in India. Carnegie's Ashley J. Tellis moderated.
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is grateful for the support of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations in making this event possible.
Ajay Chhibber is a visiting scholar at the George Washington University’s Institute of International Economic Policy. He was India’s first director general of independent evaluation with the status of minister of state. Prior to this, he was UN assistant secretary-general and assistant administrator at the United Nations Development Program and served in senior positions at the World Bank.
Ashley J. Tellis
Ashley J. Tellis is a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace specializing in international security, defense, and Asian strategic issues.