The Politics of Economics is a research network exploring how economics as a discipline impacts the world. The seminar series brings different perspectives together to discuss tensions and contestations of economic knowledge in the context of policy, expertise and political movements. The one-hour seminar consists of a conversation with one of our moderators followed by questions from our online audience.
This session features Aditya Balasubramanian (Australian National University) in conversation with Pedro Ramos Pinto (University of Cambridge) on 'Economic Vocabulary and Opposition Politics in India'.
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