Schedule

Here is the updated schedule for Thursday 19 March. We look forward to seeing you there! 

shutterstock_97886804Venue

The Old Library
All Souls College
High Street
Oxford OX1 4AL

Timings

9.30am
Registration
10am
Opening keynote, Pranab Bardhan (UC Berkeley) ‘Reflections on Indian Political Economy’
11am
Coffee
11.30am
Panel 1: The Book and the Indian Economy
Matthew McCartney (Oxford) ‘Debating Growth and Stagnation: An Enduring Legacy’
Maitreesh Ghatak (LSE) ‘Growth, Subsidies, and Trickle-Down: Reflections on The Political Economy of Development in India’
James Manor (Institute of Commonwealth Studies) ‘Has Something Crucial Recently Changed? Will We Need a Further Edition?’
Chair: Dann Naseemullah (King’s College London)
1pm
Lunch
2pm
Panel 2: The Dominant Proprietary Classes: Continuity and Change
Kunal Sen (Manchester) ‘Large Business as a Dominant Proprietary Class’
John Harriss (Simon Fraser) ‘Revisiting Bardhan’s Political Economy Thirty Years On: What Happened to the Rich Farmers?’
Elizabeth Chatterjee (Oxford) ‘The Professionals: The Third Dominant Class Revisited’
Barbara Harriss-White with Muhammad Ali Jan and Asha Amirali (Oxford) ‘Malgudi on the Move’
Chair: Maya Tudor (Oxford)
4pm
Coffee
4.30pm
Roundtable discussion: what’s missing from the book?
Vijay Joshi (Oxford) Foreign capital and the middle classes
Nandini Gooptu (Oxford) Labour
Bhaskar Vira (Cambridge) The environment
Chair: John Harriss (Simon Fraser University)
6pm
Closing keynote, Michael Walton (Harvard Kennedy School)
6.45pm
Vote of thanks & drinks reception
7.30pm
Dinner for conference guests (Wharton Room, All Souls)
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