Sreelatha Menon, a colleague who tracks the social sector and has interviewed him on many occasions, has prodded him often to speak out on such matters.
But Kejriwal has consistently ducked the issue.
Still, it is possible to get a sense of what he thinks from his interviews, speeches and the vision document he released on October 2.
Let's start with his attitude towards business.
Veenu Sandhu, another colleague who recently uncovered in great detail how Mr Kejriwal wants to put together a large army of volunteers and sympathisers before the 2014 elections, called the India Against Corruption helpline and was told by a volunteer that no donations from corporations were being accepted because they "will then expect favours from our party".
While it is true that crony capitalism is rampant in the country, this displays great mistrust in all businessmen. It is a not-so-gentle rebuke to the millions who dream of becoming entrepreneurs one day.
So, if you are a businessman, you can forget that you will ever be in the good books of Kejriwal & Co. You start with a serious handicap.