Premature Imitation and Indias Flailing State
By Shruti Rajagopalan, Alexander T. Tabarrok
India has been held back from achieving widespread economic prosperity because it attempts to legislate and regulate more than its resources and population can handle. The mismatch between ambition and ability stems from premature demands by Indias elites, who press for domestic imitations of what they deem to be the best policies and practices of developed countries.
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