Propelling India from Socialist Stagnation to Global Power: Volume 1: Growth Process

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Presents a comprehensive retrospective of India's economic policies and performances, including an in-depth analysis of a wide range of issues from a variety of perspectives: historical, global, institutional, and political-economic. The discussion explores the "tripolar world" comprised of the United States, China, and India as the changing dominant players in global power.

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Arvind Virmani is the principle advisor for the planning commission of India and the author of numerous research papers in the fields of economics and social sciences.

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"The blend of theory, research, and policy makes this book eminently worthwhile for anyone interested in India's future."  Bimal Jalan, former governor, Reserve Bank of India

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