Getting India Back on Track - An Action Agenda for Reform
Get notified when this item comes back in stock.

Getting India Back on Track - An Action Agenda for Reform (English, Hardcover, Bibek Debroy)

Share

Getting India Back on Track - An Action Agenda for Reform  (English, Hardcover, Bibek Debroy)

4.3
112 Ratings & 7 Reviews
₹334
499
33% off
Sold Out
This item is currently out of stock
Author
Read More
Highlights
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Random House, India
  • Genre: Business & Economics
  • ISBN: 9788184005691, 9788184005691
  • Pages: 320
Description

Getting India Back on Track: An Action Agenda for Reform brings together an impressive group of experts and analysts to provide a clear road map and direction to help India move forward in 2014.

Summary of the Book

Getting India Back on Track is a book for how Indian policymakers can help India return to the path of sustained economic growth and development. India is fallen behind from the amazing growth rates it enjoyed in the beginning of the 21st century. To make this happen, the government of India has to bring about a lot of reforms and reflect on its policy choices across a wide range of issues. This book coincides with the 2014 Indian elections to bring up a public debate on the reforms the new government should pursue in order for them to bring India back on the path of high growth. The book comprises of seventeen concise and focused memoranda, which will offer the readers a clear picture of India’s future.

About the Authors

Ashley J. Tellis is a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace which specializes in international security and Asian strategic issues. He was the senior advisor to the U. S. undersecretary of state for political affairs. He was also the senior advisor to the ambassador at the U.S. embassy in New Delhi.

Bibek Debroy works as a professor at the Centre for Policy Research in New Delhi. Bibek has worked as a academician and for the government of India. He has been involved in several projects including the Legal Adjustments and Reforms for Globalising the Economy project and the Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor.

Reece Trevor is working as a research assistant in the South Asia program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Read More
Specifications
Book Details
Imprint
  • Random House, India
Publication Year
  • June
Book Type
  • Non Fiction Book
Dimensions
Height
  • 216 mm
Length
  • 135 mm
Ratings & Reviews
4.3
112 Ratings &
7 Reviews
  • 5
     57
  • 4
     40
  • 3
     12
  • 2
     0
  • 1
     3
5

Genuinely the best Book in its category

I read the book. It contains most of the problems of the nation, how the problem rose, how we made it biger and now how we are facing its consequences..... along with suggestions and experimented solutions. Nothing facetious.

A must read book for every Indian, if they care even 1% about their nation and want 'India back on the track...'

The book has been properly experimented by the experts.
And at last the book has been forwarded by the gem, 'Ratan T...
READ MORE

NIKUNJ KESHAV

Certified Buyer, Bhubaneswar

Oct, 2014

3
1
Report Abuse
5

good book worth reading

book is overall worth reading .especially if want to experience the rightist views on reform agenda.some issues needed to be handled with second care like nuclear liabilty,wefare schemes but reform path suggested hard core rightist giving no leniency at all.
READ MORE

Ajaypal Rawat

Certified Buyer, Dhanbad

Aug, 2014

1
1
Report Abuse
1

Horrible

Condition of book is really bad...
READ MORE

Flipkart Customer

Certified Buyer, Mumbai

5 months ago

0
0
Report Abuse
4

Worth the money

Very nice book
READ MORE

Mohit Sharma

Certified Buyer, Allahabad

Sep, 2017

0
0
Report Abuse
4

Definitely go for understanding current affairs and future plans

This is great book to understand most current and relevant problems of India and what are possible and practical ways to tackle them. It covers views of many prominent persons for respective fields.
READ MORE

Chaitanya Pimparkar

Certified Buyer, Noida

Sep, 2014

0
0
Report Abuse
4

The best welfare to give a soldier is to train him well. We are soldiers, this book trains well

Recently I had a conversation with an acquaintance of mine regarding the 60 Yrs of dynastic rule. He said, even though he voted for Modi the governance of Cong was right. When I asked and debated him on facts like sycophancy, license raj, quotas, Planning commission and Shenoy’s 2nd 5 year plan dissent note. He shut me up with this statement.

“I go on my own analysis of perception based on external data”

Me: What external data are you talking about?

Him: The buildings & things like that...
READ MORE

Maj Srikanth

Aug, 2014

1
2
Report Abuse
4

Getting India Back on Track : An Action Agenda for Reform

Excellent book, it is a comprehensive book covering all range of economic issues of India. It also highlights the key areas of economic reforms and roadmap.
READ MORE

Dr Surendar Singh

Jul, 2014

0
0
Report Abuse
+
All 7 reviews
Have doubts regarding this product?
Safe and Secure Payments.Easy returns.100% Authentic products.
Back to top