The Forum of Free Enterprise is a non-political organization founded in 1956 by A. D. Shroff, and has been established to educate public opinion in India on free enterprise and a democratic way of life. The Forum publishes booklets to further its objects. The following booklet titled ‘Indian Economic Crises: A programme of reform’ is authored by Professor B.R. Shenoy and published in 1968. The author talks about the multiple crises that the Indian economy is facing and highlights the mismanagement. He recommends reforms like abolishing import licensing, stopping inflation, cuts in taxation and government expenditure, balanced central budgets, adoption of equilibrium exchange rate, reduction of value of import licensing, and denationalisation of public enterprise. He further talks about the hurdles in implementing these reforms. He elaborates about instruments of income transfer, capital wastage due to inflation, the impact of PL 480 finance, and the need to stop income shifts.