What led to India's growth turnaround and the emergence of India as a global player? Will this growth path prove self-sustaining? Is the growth in inequality an inevitable consequence of economic liberalization? What caused the financial crisis of 2007—9 and the accompanying recession?
The Concise Oxford Companion to Economics in India provides readers with issues and concepts that will help them form their own opinion about diverse questions related to the Indian economy. With more than 120 entries arranged sectorally and a statistical appendix that provides key comparative data and data sources, this authoritative yet accessible companion can be used by students of economics and management, business executives, journalists, bureaucrats, and business analysts.
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