On Bazaars, Markets
The Power of Unreasonable People, 2008

Freedom to Make Corrections, 2007

India's investment opportunities in sustainable business - 30 July 2007

Transforming Markets in the 21st century. Socially Responsible Investing as a Tool, Futures, 2006  

Timbaktu Organic is scaling up, December 2006  CED Backup Copy

Mindful Markets - A presentation at the National Stock Exchange Annual Day Mumbai, October 21st, 2005  CED Backup Copy

Gross National Happiness, Jan/Feb 2005, Resurgence Issue 228  CED Backup Copy

Is Bazaar mein Bapu Kuti, 13 Nov, 2004, Sahara Times  CED Backup Copy

Bapu Kuti se Bazaar ki aur: 
ek khoj, Outline of talk,Gandhi Jayanti, 2004, Gandhi Peace Foundation  CED Backup Copy

Alternative Economics (LETS make it happen), 2003  CED Backup Copy

Stirrings in the Corporate Sector over Governance - 2003 

Reinventing money - Rajni Bakshi 

Reinventing money - Interest free loans, 2002

Reinventing money - Community Currencies, 2002 

The Market as God 2001



On Quest for Peace 

Mass Violence and Business, 2008   

Imagine..., 2006  CED Backup Copy

Rajni Bakshi's letter to Tarun Das, CII - March 2003

The need for dialogue, 2001

The legacy of Vivekananda, 1993  CED Backup Copy


The Long Haul: Textile Workers Strike, 1986  CED Backup Copy

The Narmada Imbroglio: A Solution -

General Bamboo Man - Vinoo Kaley author of Venu Bharati The rise of India and WSF - February 2004 


An Economics for Well-Being
By Rajni Bakshi

An Economics for Well-Being focuses on the kinds of economic structures that could truly revitalize and enrich people at all levels of society.

The thinking in the 'New Economics' stream is an important aspect of the global quest for systems that are socially just and ecologically sound.
write to CED for copies.
Price: Rs. 180/-

  LETS Make it happen
a CED Backgrounder on Alternative Economics
by Rajni Bakshi
Lets make it happen, is a plea for creating collective economic institutions including community currency, development of local markets and bio-mass based industry. It is a backgrounder on Alternative economics for activists and social workers, which says, TAMA: There Are Many Alternatives.
write to CED  for copies.
Price: Rs. 30/-
  In this collection, Rajni Bakshi explores the world and lives of twelve such people who have turned their backs on lucrative professions to embark on a search for practical and humane ways of political and social transformation, rooted in the faith that a new India with prosperity for all can be built on the strengths of cooperation and community.
Penguin India, 1998 available at major bookshops.

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