Sukhamoy Chakravarty, who died in Delhi on 22 August 1990, was internationally respected as an academic economist of the highest distinction. Like Maynard Keynes, he was one of those rare scholars who are able successfully to bridge the gap between the world of learning and practical affairs. For over 20 years he worked at the centre of Indian economic planning, either as a member of India’s Planning Commission or as one of its chief advisers. At his death he was chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers to the Indian Prime Minister, having served three successive prime ministers, and was also a professor at the Delhi School of Economics (where he did a full stint as a devoted lecturer and researcher).
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