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Can India grow without Bharat? : "columnspeak" /
Shankar Acharya.
imprint
New Delhi : Academic Foundation, 2007.
description
187 p. : ill., ; 24 cm.
ISBN
8171886159, 9788171886159
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imprint
New Delhi : Academic Foundation, 2007.
isbn
8171886159
9788171886159
abstract
Excerpts of author's columns from the Business standard focussed on India economic policy related issues.
catalogue key
6847218
 
Includes bibiographical references.
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Review Quotes
"Acharya stands out among Indian commentators for the clarity of his prose and the judiciousness of his judgements. . . . Attentive readers will realise how little such complacency is justified and how much still needs to be done." Martin Wolf, associate editor and chief economics commentator,Financial Times
"Acharya stands out among Indian commentators for the clarity of his prose and the judiciousness of his judgements. . . . Attentive readers will realise how little such complacency is justified and how much still needs to be done." -- Martin Wolf, associate editor and chief economics commentator, "Financial Times"
"Acharya stands out among Indian commentators for the clarity of his prose and the judiciousness of his judgements. . . . Attentive readers will realise how little such complacency is justified and how much still needs to be done." Martin Wolf, associate editor and chief economics commentator, Financial Times
"Shankar Acharya is his usual, thoughtful self in these collected articles. He is not willing to be swept along in the unthinking wave of euphoria about India's economic performance, asks many of the right questions, and offers balanced judgment that points to what still needs to be done." T. N. Ninan, editor,Business Standard
"Shankar Acharya is his usual, thoughtful self in these collected articles. He is not willing to be swept along in the unthinking wave of euphoria about India's economic performance, asks many of the right questions, and offers balanced judgment that points to what still needs to be done." -- T. N. Ninan, editor, "Business Standard"
"Shankar Acharya is his usual, thoughtful self in these collected articles. He is not willing to be swept along in the unthinking wave of euphoria about India's economic performance, asks many of the right questions, and offers balanced judgment that points to what still needs to be done." T. N. Ninan, editor, Business Standard
"This splendid, provocative and accessible collection of essays, by one of India's leading economists, should be of great interest to all those who rightly worry if India is truly shining." Deepak Lal, James S. Coleman professor of international development studies, University of CaliforniaLos Angeles
"This splendid, provocative and accessible collection of essays, by one of India's leading economists, should be of great interest to all those who rightly worry if India is truly shining." -- Deepak Lal, James S. Coleman professor of international development studies, University of California- Los Angeles
"This superb collection of essays tells you why Dr. Acharya is India's best policy analyst. . . . Each essay is a gem and a source of invaluable policy advice." Vijay Kelkar, former finance secretary, Government of India
"This superb collection of essays tells you why Dr. Acharya is India's best policy analyst. . . . Each essay is a gem and a source of invaluable policy advice." -- Vijay Kelkar, former finance secretary, Government of India
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Summaries
Bowker Data Service Summary
In this book, eminent economist Shankar Acharya provides forthright and provocative answers to key issues about India's development.
Long Description
An insightful analysis that provides forthright and provocative responses to key development issues in India, this work tackles issues like economic growth, foreign affairs, employment challenges, and tax policies. From "Is the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act affordable? "and "Why have reforms sputtered despite the " dream team" ? "to "What must we do to renew our decaying cities? "and "Can bilateral trade agreements take the place of the Doha Round?,"" "dozens of probing questions examine the how, why, who, and when of economic progress in the Indian subcontinent.
Library of Congress Summary
Excerpts of author's columns from the Business standard focussed on India economic policy related issues.
Main Description
An insightful analysis that provides forthright and provocative responses to key development issues in India, this work tackles issues like economic growth, foreign affairs, employment challenges, and tax policies. FromIs the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act affordable'andWhy have reforms sputtered despite the "dream team"?toWhat must we do to renew our decaying cities'andCan bilateral trade agreements take the place of the Doha Round?,dozens of probing questions examine the how, why, who, and when of economic progress in the Indian subcontinent.
Main Description
An insightful analysis that provides forthright and provocative responses to key development issues in India, this work tackles issues like economic growth, foreign affairs, employment challenges, and tax policies. From Is the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act affordable? and Why have reforms sputtered despite the "dream team"? to What must we do to renew our decaying cities? and Can bilateral trade agreements take the place of the Doha Round? ,dozens of probing questions examine the how, why, who, and when of economic progress in the Indian subcontinent.

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