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How is the growth in India and China different?

Tuesday, November 15, 2011 - 02:30

Nov. 15 - Professor Ashutosh Varshney discusses the difference between authoritarian political dispensation and messy democracies.

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How much is different from what's happening in China. All of these. China is -- different. Is first and foremost. Chinese. Economic boom is taking place under a hundred -- in political. And that's hunted and political dispensation. And disease and America in the early nineteenth century and and it turned its and his best apparently from India is -- America. American franchise. Was always Hayat then then European franchise. Very sort off that I mean automatic controls might have got the right to vote. Only did the -- don't know creates -- beating me diesel or what 18% in -- and hasn't done out. So it was a vigorous and noisy democracy. In an American Indian amount is also vigorous and noisy. And so -- even be the government business collusion that I'm talking about is taking place in the democratic framework. And therefore those federal centrist and that the American Pattinson distinction is very different the second reason China's -- different is. Until recently all holy land in China belong to the Chinese to the personal private property and so. It's basically in China would have been the roads and airports and bridges but simply lifting people and putting them somebody else. India cannot do that of the folks wouldn't do that with those private property and land and then we'll see this political confiscation. Because of the -- did they did that democratic freedoms that put that would have allowed. It's so that's why the India China apparently is not as book. As the India -- -- and US prominent NATO of course you innocuous and all the subjects and you say you write it. The Wall Street to Washington relationship. Has some on the same properties is one way delegate issue. But. But China China is sort of political economies. Is that different.

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How is the growth in India and China different?

Tuesday, November 15, 2011 - 02:30