Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Vedic Economics and Hindu Economics

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20-22 February 2015
Relevance of Veda in Modern Economic Policies

Scientific Basis for Vedic India

One more lecture by S. Swamy

Krishan Saigal

Handbook of Hindu Economics and Business Paperback –  2013
by Hrishikesh D. Vinod  (Editor)

The  Handbook offers 23 state-of-the-art peer-reviewed essays by leading international authorities summarizing evidence-based research on ancient and modern India.

Michael Szenberg, editor of The American Economist wrote: "Hindu Economics and Business Handbook is an engaging and informative survey of the economics of Hinduism. I highly recommend it. Jagdish Bhagwati of Columbia University said "… interesting collection … will be widely read" Prof. Panchamukhi, Former Chairman, Indian Council for Social Science Research, New Delhi and editor of Indian Journal of Economics wrote: ".. systematically arranged into different themes and chapters ...Protection and prosperity, Importance of animals, Four-fold Objectives of Life, Hindu Social Corporate form, Ayurvedic Medicines, Impact of Rituals, (etc.)...perceptive articles on the recent thoughts on development and governance ...extremely valuable reading material...the most useful addition to the literature"  Narain Kataria, President of Indian American Intellectual Forum wrote: " of contrasting viewpoints... This unique reference work edited by Prof. Vinod belongs not only in every public library, but also in the home of everyone interested in India, including non-Hindus and international investors."

List of distinguished authors includes
(1) former Harvard professor and president of Janata Party, Subramanian Swamy,
(2) Suresh Tendulkar, Chair, Indian Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council,
(3) Shankar Abhyankar, founder of Aditya Pratishthan,
(4) Anil Bokil, founder of ArthaKranti Pratishthan,
(5) Prof. R. Vaidyanathan, IIM Banglore,
(6) Balbir Sihag of U. Mass.
(7) M.G. Prasad of Stevens Tech.
(8) M. V. Patwardhan former Fellow Institute of Bankers, London,
(9) Gautam Naresh, formerly at the National Institute of Public Finance,
(10) M. V. Nadkarni, founder of Journal of Social and Economic Development,

(11) Prof. R. Kulkarni, IIT Bombay,
(12) K. Kulkarni, editor of the Indian Journal of Economics and Business,
(13) Prof. S. Kaushik, Pace University, NY, Founder of Women's College in India,
(14) H. Mhaskar, von Neumann distinguished professor, Technical University, Munich, Germany, (15) Vasant Lad, founder of Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque, NM,
(16) Yogi S. Vinod, founder MVRF, Pune,
(17) S. Kalyanaraman, Director, Sarasvati Research Centre, Chennai,
Hindu social corporate form and śreṇi dharma: cure for greed
(18) M. and P. Joshi, founders of Gurukul Yoga Center, NJ,
(19) Advocate S. Deshmukh, formerly at Citibank and president, Maharashtra Foundation, and
(20) Advocate C. Vaidya,

Economics in Arthaśāstra
Raj Kumar Sen
Deep and Deep Publications, Jan 1, 2006 - 310 pages

20 articles dealing with the economic content of Arthasastra by Kautilya.

Economic Thoughts of Dadabhai Naoroji
Prayag Das Hajela
Deep and Deep Publications, 2001 - 234 pages

Economic System in Rig Veda


 Four-fold objectives of life for an individual and the societal growth as per Hinduism Dr. M.G. Prasad Department of Mechanical Engineering Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken, New Jersey  (Email available in paper)

Dr. K.S.INGOLE, Reader, Centre for Dr. Ambedkar Studies, Dept. of Economic
PGSR, SNDT Women University Mumbai 400020



Vedic Economic Features : Modern Application
N. Kazanas Oct. 2012

Updated 3 Feb 2016, 15 Oct 2015

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