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Economic developments in India, 1946-1956
Chintaman Dwarkanath Deshmukh
|Series||Dadabhai Naoroji Memorial Prize Fund lectures|
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|Pagination||167 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||167|
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Economic developments in India, a personal retrospect. [Chintaman Dwarkanath Deshmukh]. The book pays tribute to the celebrated economist Professor Suresh Tendulkar’s contribution and scholarship to economics, economic-policy making, and economic reforms in India. Professor Tendulkar served on numerous panels and commissions set up to reform diverse aspects of India’s economy.
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a.v1+2 bharatiya arthobidya arun kumar sen central book agency kolkata economic File Size: 1MB. INDIAN ECONOMY 17 INTRODUCTION On 15 AugustIndia woke to a new dawn of freedom: finally we were masters of our own destiny after some two hundred years of British rule; the job of nation building was now in our own hands.
The leaders of independent India had to decide, among other things, the type of economic system most File Size: KB. India’s model offered a non-capitalist (and yet non-communist) pathway to development and social democracy to the global south. By the s, India was seen by many as an example of everything gone wrong.
A “scarcity mindset” and complex bureaucratic processes that stifled entrepreneurship had resulted in decades of slow economic growth.
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A contradiction observed in India is that while the reform process has resulted in boosting GDP growth, it has failed to yield acceleration in the process of.
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