Therefore, shouldn't the government institute an "easy", "single window" approvals process - coupled with "generous" compensation to "farmers" to address any opposition?
- Increase cronyism and non-transparent, arbitrary allocation of resources, as in previous "mega-scams";
- Fail to address delays and resource bottlenecks for necessary infrastructure, inducing more delays;
- Increase impoverishment and resultant social conflict (now affecting at least a quarter of India's districts), particularly in resource rich areas;
- Increase the risk to India's financial system from bad loans, investor defraudment and overall volatility.
- What the Data Says About Environmental and Forest Clearances
- A Regulatory System Built Around Arbitrariness
- Opposition to Land Takeover Isn't Just About Compensation and Rehabilitation
- Understanding India's Land Laws
- The Dangers of Accelerating Resource Takeover
- The Threat to the Financial System
- The Current "Reforms": Going in Entirely the Wrong Direction