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Globalization and Nationalism

Globalization and Nationalism
The Changing Balance of India's Economic Policy, 1950-2000

First Edition

April 2001 | 284 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
This book provides a new approach to the understanding of economic policy reform by placing it in the context of the perennial conflict between the two historical social forces of economic globalization and economic nationalism and examines successive attempts over the last half century to change the roles of state and market in the management of the Indian economy.
Globalization, Nationalism and Economic Reform
The Fundamental Issues  
Planning for Autarky and State Hegemony
Nationalist Development Strategy under Nehru  
Between Mercantilist Sociolaism and Liberalism
The Changing Fortunes of the Nehru-Mahalanobis Strategy, 1956-1990  
Changing the Balance, 1991-98
Political Structure and Economic Reform  
Business and Economic Policy Reform
The United Front and Economic Reforms, 1996-98
Policy and Performance under Democratic Coalitions  
The Limits of Economic Nationalism
Economic Reforms under the BJP-led Government, 1998-99  
Summary and Conclusions

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ISBN: 9780761995364