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Shruti Rajagopalan

Shruti Rajagopalan

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Shruti Rajagopalan is a Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center and a Fellow at the Classical Liberal Institute at the New York University School of Law. She leads the Indian political economy research program and Emergent Ventures India at Mercatus. She was an Associate Professor of Economics at Purchase College, State University of New York. She earned her Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University in 2013.

 

 

Centers of Progress

April Book Club Review

Each month the CCI team selects a new book to read and discuss together Our book club selections cover a wide range of topics that are relevant to charter cities but they are most often related to development urban issues and governance In this ongoing

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Ciudad Morazán

Ciudad Morazán: A Libertarian City Without Any Libertarians

Introduction Massimo Mazzone can have a prickly demeanor. The sixty-year-old Italian businessman is usually abrupt and to the point, especially when discussing business. He is unafraid to raise his voice when addressing an employee who isn’t performing up to standard or when discussing his closely

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Ciudad Morazán: Una Ciudad Libertaria Sin Libertarios

Introducción Massimo Mazzone puede tener un carácter áspero. El empresario italiano de sesenta años suele ser brusco y directo, especialmente al hablar de negocios. No teme alzar la voz cuando se dirige a un empleado que no está rindiendo según lo esperado o al discutir

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The Journey of a Banana, Part One

Introduction: Ripening Questions There is something about buying fruits and vegetables straight from a street stand. Whenever I travel, I enjoy buying food from street shops while quickly chatting with the owner. I guess it makes me feel a bit closer to the place I

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Minimal Viable City

Minimum Viable City

Jon Vandenheuvel is obsessed. He is obsessed with affordability, auditability, and bankability. According to Jon, these three things are the keys to lifting developing economies out of poverty. Currently, he is focused on providing housing options to Africans with incomes between $50 and $250 a

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