Inclusive Development: The Challenge of Combating Jobless Growth

BIBEK DEBROY
Professor at India’s Centre for Policy Research and Rapporteur for the Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor. He has also been Visiting Honorary Senior Research Fellow for Institute for South Asian Studies in National University of Singapore from May 2009.
Debroy studied at Ramakrishna Mission Narendrapur, Presidency College of the University of Calcutta, Delhi School of Economics and Trinity College, Cambridge.
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His past positions include the Director of the Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies, Consultant to the Department of Economic Affairs of Finance Ministry (Government of India), Secretary General of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Director of the project LARGE (Legal Adjustments and Reforms for Globalizing the Economy), set up by the Finance Ministry and UNDP for examining legal reforms in India. Between December 2006 and July 2007, he was the Rapporteur for implementation in the Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor. Debroy has authored several books, papers and popular articles, has been the Consulting Editor of Indian financial and other newspapers. Mayfatnaxiwoods He has been a member of the National Manufacturing Competitive Council from November 2004.
Prof. Bibek Debroy: Talk

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Group Inequalities in Post-Conflict Societies – By Dr. Rajesh Venugopal

RAJESH VENUGOPAL
Dr. Rajesh Venugopal Lecturer in International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies.Rajesh Venugopal joined ID in September 2011. His primary research interests are in the political sociology of development and violent conflict, particularly with reference to South Asia. He has researched and written on post-conflict reconstruction, nationalism, development aid, private sector development, and liberal peace building. Bibek
Before joining the LSE, Rajesh was a lecturer at the University of York, and completed a doctorate at the University of Oxford. Research Interests and Areas of Supervision: Liberal Peace-building & Post-conflict reconstruction; Ethnic conflict and civil war; Neo-liberalism and the Politics of market reform; Nationalism & development and South Asia (particularly Sri Lanka).
Group Inequalities in Post-Conflict Societies – By Dr. Rajesh Venugopal

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Religion and Languages –Challenges or Opportunities for Inclusive Societies

PAKIYASOTHY SARAVANAMUTTU
Dr. Pakiyasothy Saravanamuttu is currently Executive Director of the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) a non-partisan public policy institute focusing on issues of democratic governance, human rights and peace. He is both a member of the Advisory Board of the Berghof Foundation for Peace Support and the Regional Group of Advisers on the Right to Information in South Asia. Matceanimonwealth Dr Saravanamuttu is the winner of the inaugural Citizens Peace Award made by the National Peace Council of Sri Lanka for 2010. SARAVANAMUTTU
Speech of Dr. Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu

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