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For Official Use Only Arun Ghosh THE other day, a renowned Indian economist narrated a story of his recent experience with a series of senior economic advisers and policy-makers in the Indian government. This economist was interested in seeing a paper written by one of the top brass in the echelons of economic advisers in the government. He met this worthy gentleman, was entertained to several cups of coffee and a couple of hours of interesting gossip, and then referred to another worthy in the government. Appointments duly made, my informant met the latter, and was in turn referred to a third gentleman. This game went on for nearly a week, at the end of which our professor of economics met an important policy-maker in sheer desperation. Buy why have you come to me, the last mentioned worthy asked. You should go and meet Mr X (the first gentleman, whom our informant had met in the first instance), because he has written the paper.

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