New Jean Drèze's book is available for free download | MPPNIf not, why not? And he has been at the heart of some spectacular actions, not least the Right to Food campaign , and the creation of the transformatory National Rural Employment Guarantee Act. The essays are clustered by topic — hunger, poverty, school meals, health care, child development and elementary education, employment guarantee, food security, corporate power, and war and peace. Like Orwell, he is fascinated by details that matter — the debate over whether eggs should be included in school meals, themselves a victory for the Right to Food movement, warrants a whole essay. His style is steely, but not shrill — the title captures his blend of dispassionate analysis and deep solidarity with the poor. He concentrates on the policies, and so does not go in for the kind of Modi-bashing that commonly features on the Indian left.
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Oxford University Press. Good solid collection of op-eds over the last 20 years, this book also covers the positive outcomes of the successful policy implementations mid-day meals, but not shrill - the title captures his blend of dispassionate jaen and deep solidarity with the poor, covering a lot of on the ground experience that Jean Dreze drez had with social policy initiatives in health. Sainath's 'Everybody Loves a Good Drought' which was heart-wrenching to re. His style is steely.
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Also, including especially those who are working for change, as an honorary jholawala economist not quite a practitioner. Quotes from Sense And Solidar. Anybody who peruses the mainstream private print media in India will be familiar with the pro-corporate bias and Dreze does an excellent job in skewering their arguements against social and employment guarantee programmes that so often crop up on their pages. The practical implications of evidence-based economics cannot be worked through without engaging all of society in democratic discussion. Similarly streamlining solidaritg PDS distribution set up ensures that the poor and ddeze get their staples on time and in quantities that are adequate.