Indian Economy Since Independence, 26th Edition

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Newly revised, this 26th edition, Indian Economy Since Independence is widely accepted by various universities across India as the core text for graduate and postgraduate courses in Indian economy. Select articles by a number of India's foremost economists and experts provide fresh insight into the fast emerging economy of the world's largest democracy. The original contributions are supported by editorial notes and excerpts from plan documents, thus making this a comprehensive and critical analysis of the Indian economy from 1947 through 2015. An array of leading economists as contributors to this reference text is indeed among the most impressive features: Arnab Acharya, Sanghmitra Acharya, Montek S. Ahluwalia, Pulapre Balakrishnan, Rama Baru, Kaushik Basu, Aditya Bhattacharjea, Angus Deaton, Bipin K. Deokar, Jean Drèze, S. Mahendra Dev, Tim Dyson, Ashok Gulati, K. Kanagasabapathy, Uma Kapila, Vijay Kelkar, K.L. Krishna, R. Krishnaswamy, Nagesh Kumar, A.K. Shiva Kumar, Dipak Mazumdar, Prachi Mishra, Rakesh Mohan, K. Nagaraj, R. Nagaraj, Arvind Panagariya, Manoj Panda, T.S. Papola, C. Rangarajan, N. Chandrasekhara Rao, Tirthankar Roy, Shweta Saini, Sandip Sarkar, Alakh N. Sharma, S.L. Shetty, Manmohan Singh, M.H. Bala Subrahmanya, Vishakha G. Tilak.

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Uma Kapila, PhD, is the senior editor for the Academic Foundation; a coeditor of numerous books on India’s economy, banking, and finance, that include "Indian Financial Reforms" (2013) and "1991-2011: Two Decades of Economic Reforms in India" (2012). She is a former professor of Indian economics at the University of Delhi.
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