Rajni Bakshi has been writing extensively about social and political movements in India for the last three decades. Her articles have appeared in a wide range of English and Hindi newspapers and magazines. Rajni went to school in Kingston, Jamaica and later studied at Indraprastha College (Delhi), George Washington University (Washington D.C.) and Rajasthan University (Jaipur). She is associated with the Centre for Education and Documentation, Citizens for Peace (CfP) and Child Rights and You (CRY).
> Penguin Books India, 2009, 464 pages, 450 INR
Financial wizards, economists, business persons and social activists around the globe have been challenging the free market orthodoxy. They seek to recover the virtues of bazaars from the tyranny of a market model that emerged about two centuries ago. This book is a chronicle of their adventures. From Wall Street icon George Soros and VISA card designer Dee Hock we get an insider critique of the malaise. Creators of community currencies and others, like the father of microfinance, (...) read
date of on-line publication : 23 November 2009