Without a crisis, big bang reform is unlikely in India and policy change involves a lot of back room influencing are some lessons learnt from the past quarter of a century
Every large business house wanted him as an advisor. Mr Jhaveri was always keen on helping entrepreneurs grow, especially if they were young
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January 26, 2016 20:28 pm by Shirish Navlekar
Quite a few points bang on target, especially the spooked lot in public servants (sorry) who just don't want to take any decision for fear of CAG, CBI and the works. I keep attending the infra forums, although at a much lesser frequency as there is nothing new coming up in discussions and forums. Cl...
January 22, 2016 18:43 pm by Luis
Thanks, Jinal. That's why the comments on attitudes and trust are important features of this report.
January 22, 2016 18:41 pm by Luis
Thanks, Bala. That's why I liked the report. Instead of looking at bandaid solutions for particular issues / sectors (which are also important in the short term) it addressed a basic challenge in PPPs which doesn't get talked about much.
January 21, 2016 11:48 am by balasubramanian
I agree Louis. Attitude towards PPP is critical for success. As long as PPP is viewed as selling family silver and as a "concession" bestowed by the the government on the private secto,r distrust and uneven power play would prevail vitiating partnership aspect of PPP. Making excessive profits by the...
January 21, 2016 10:20 am by Jinal
You raise extremely important and pertinent points, Luis. It struck me that the reality of mistrust really apply to all our sectors : agri where there is this mistrust of the private enterprise for govt contracts, health care where private players find it hard to scale ops even after successfully...
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