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Education not a Panacea

The author's argument that education alone can fuel growth is not fully convincing.

The mere title of the book is intriguing enough to pick it up. And the name of the author only goads you to open and read it. If you are expecting Surjit S. Bhalla's latest release The New Wealth of Nations to take the arguments in Adam Smith's 1776 magnum opus An Inquiry into the

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