ECONOMIC LITERATURE – UNDERSTANDING WHAT YOU ARE READING NOW AND HOW
A SURVEY OF GRADUATE AND POST-GRADUATE STUDENTS BY THE FORUM OF FREE ENTERPRISE
Dear Student,The Forum of Free Enterprise (http://www.forumindia.org/) is a non-political and non-partisan organization. The Forum was established in 1956, to educate public opinion in India on free enterprise and its close relationship with the democratic way of life. The Forum seeks to stimulate public thinking on vital economic problems of the day through booklets and leaflets, meetings, essay competitions and other means as befit a democratic society.

Since its inception, the Forum has published over 700 booklets (http://www.forumindia.org/index.php/about-usmain/activitiesmain/booklets) and arranged over 2200 public meetings, all having a bearing on various crucial aspects of economics, with primary focus on problems and challenges facing the Indian economy. The booklets published reveal the range of important economic issues such as taxation, domestic growth, international trade and commerce, investment policy amongst others.

The Forum of Free Enterprise is conducting this survey to understand the topics in which you will like it to publish economic literature, as well as the format in which you would like to access the same. The questionnaire will not take more than 15 minutes to complete.

Thanking you in anticipation for sharing your views with us.

Best regards,
Swati G. Kapadia (ffe@vsnl.net),
CEO, Forum for Free Enterprise

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