Technology For Agriculture Productivity

Harsh and I have co-authored a piece on why bottom-up structural reforms rather than continuous monetary stimuli is necessary for the world economy:

It is short-sighted and immature to attribute wholly the issue of farmer suicides to any higher priced GM seeds. Blaming a better seed that increases agricultural productivity for farmer indebtedness is like blaming investment in productivity-enhancing, albeit more expensive, machinery for the financial collapse of a company.

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Structural Reforms Rather Than Monetary Stimuli

Harsh and I have co-authored a piece on why bottom-up structural reforms rather than continuous monetary stimuli is necessary for the world economy:

It is important to understand that structural reforms—especially in the labor markets like more freedom to hire-and-fire—combined with limited stabilizers like a minimum income program is a better way for a civilized society and state to take care of those who fall through the cracks instead of constant fiscal or monetary stimuli.

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