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Vote against Reforms?

Arvind Panagariya
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 39, No. 21 (May 22-28, 2004), pp. 2079-2081
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4415045
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Abstract

No matter how one looks at the election results, they fail to support the hypothesis that the people of India have spoken against the reforms. The Congress agenda itself being pro-reform, a vote against reforms should have actually placed the third parties in a position to form the government. This has not been the case. The main constraint on the reforms process will be defined by the compulsions of coalition politics.

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