Raja Chelliah: Father of India's tax reforms
Founder Director of National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, Raja Jesudoss Chelliah, a renowned economist, the doyen among Indian public finance scholars, the architect of tax reforms in the country has passed away on April 7, 2009. He'll be remembered for conceptualising and implementing India's tax reforms, even as his early books on fiscal policy are still widely referred to says M. Govinda Rao in Business Standard, April 9, 2009, p.8.
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