Shenoy contrasts the results produced in the two halves of Berlin, one under communism and the other capitalism, to show planning is not required for growth.
B. R. Shenoy
Dr. Bellikoth Ragunath Shenoy (1905–1978) was a prominent Indian economist and advocate for human freedom who offered an important, if sometimes lonely, defense of the free market in Indian politics. A biographical essay about Shenoy, “B. R. Shenoy: Stature and Impact,” appeared in the Cato Journal, Vol. 18 No. 1 (Spring/Summer 1998).