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Essays in honour of Pradeep S Mehta

This volume is a rich collection of analytical essays penned by those who have been closely associated with Pradeep worldwide. The broad message that comes from the contributions is the importance of open global trading systems, competitive and contestable markets domestically, coordination and regulation of national and global action on this, effective partnerships and representative global governance.  More>>

"Living treasure"
Pradeep Mehta has built up what is arguably the most influential developing-country NGO in the world, all from modest beginnings he has retained his integrity and produced first rate research and informed activism. Not just for India, but for developing countries and indeed the world, he is what the Japanese call a "living treasure".
Noted Economist, Jagdish Bhagwati

Pradeep S. Mehta
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Books & Studies

Should Competition Law & Policy be Blind to Equity? The Great Debate


Reflections from the Frontline Developing Country Negotiators in the WTO


Evolution of Competition Laws and their Enforcement A Political Economy Perspective



Building Peace through Trade
The Future of  India-Pakistan Trade & Economic Relations

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