Sudha R Shenoy


Sudha Shenoy was an economist trained in Austrian tradition and a proponent of classical liberal ideas. Born in 1943 to the economist B R Shenoy, she completed her education at Mount Carmel School and St Xavier’s College. She would further enrol at LSE, UVA, and SOAS for higher education. At LSE, she established the Whig Society on the advice of F A Hayek.

Books
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Under Development And Economic Growth (London: Longman, 1970)
Central Planning In India: A Critical Review
India: Progress or Poverty?: A Review of the Outcome of Central Planning in India, 1951-69, (London: IEA, 1971)
Other Writings
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The Economic & Social History of Continental Europe & Britain, c. 1000-1914: An Introductory, Annota
Edited
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A Tiger By the Tail: The Keynesian Legacy of Inflation by F.A. Hayek (1972, 1978, and 1979)
Research Articles
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Wage-Price Control: Myth and Reality | R1 | 01 February 1978, Center for Independent Studies, Australia
Mentions Published On
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The Indian Libertarian
Volume : 5 ;Issue: 18
1  December 1957
The Indian Libertarian
Volume : 5 ;Issue: 15
1  October 1957
The Indian Libertarian
Volume : 5 ;Issue: 18
1  December 1957
The Indian Libertarian
Volume : 5 ;Issue: 18
1  December 1957
The Indian Libertarian
Volume : 5 ;Issue: 18
1  December 1957
Talks & Lectures
How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Trade Deficit | Sudha Shenoy
Lecture presented by Sudha R Shenoy at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama; October 26, 2006.