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Globalization and Politics in India

Baldev Raj Nayar

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Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. List of abbreviations and acronyms. 1. Globalization geopolitics and India an introduction/Baldev Raj Nayar. 2. A guide to the readings/Baldev Raj Nayar. I. Economic globalization then and now 3. Winners and losers over two centuries of globalization/Jeffrey G. Williamson. 4. Why and when did the west get rich/Angus Maddison. 5. Globalization the game the players and the rules/Deepak Nayyar. 6. Global inequality and human security/Amartya Sen. 7. The overselling of globalization/Joseph E. Stiglitz. 8. In defence of globalization It has a human face/Jagdish Bhagwati. II. Nationalism and economic strategy 9. Nationalist planning for autarchy and state hegemony development strategy under Nehru/Baldev Raj Nayar. III. Globalization and economic liberalization 10. India in a globalizing world/Montek Singh Ahluwalia. 11. India Dirigisme structural adjustment and the radical alternative/Prabhat Patnaik and C.P. Chandrasekhar. 12. Nationalist globalism the narrative of strategic politics and economic openness in India/Jalal Alamgir. 13. Ideas and economic reforms in India the role of international migration and the Indian diaspora/Devesh Kapur. 14. The BJP the RSS Family and globalization in India/Ashok Malik. IV. India and the world economy and interstate system 15. Globalization and India/B. Vivekanandan. 16. Strategic consequences of India's economic performance/Sanjaya Baru. 17. Globalization and India's National Autonomy/Baldev Raj Nayar. V. Globalization liberalization and domestic change 18. The causes and consequences of India's IT Boom/Devesh Kapur. 19. Poverty and inequality in India a re examination/Angus Deaton and Jean Dreze. 20. Regional growth and disparity in India comparison of pre and post reform decades/B.B. Bhattacharya and S. Sakthivel. 21. The changing political economy of federalism in India a historical institutionalist approach/Assema Sinha. 22. Globalization and labour/Supriya Roy Chowdhury. Bibliography. Notes on contributors. Index. Bursting suddenly on the world scene in the last quarter of the twentieth century globalization both as process and concept has fast come to dominate contemporary discourse on human affairs. Yet it is the object of both ardent support and powerful attack. This extensive volume in the Themes in Political Series provides a comprehensive view of the debates surrounding globalization and its impact on India. It offers diverse viewpoints against the backdrop of a blending of the economics and politics of globalization. Scholars across the social sciences policymakers and media specialists Marxists and liberals discuss the diffusion of globalization and its causes and consequences. Together they present their views on the role of ideas interests and institutions in the adjustment to globalization. The introduction provides a broad overview of the nature and development of economic globalization and India's experience with it. The various readings are organized into five broad sections the nature of globalization both in its past and contemporary incarnations the nature of economic strategy in India that preceded globalization the shift to economic liberalization and the stimulus for it the consequences of globalization and the associated process of economic liberalization on India's relationship with the world and the impact of these processes internally on India's economy society and polity. With contributors that include Montek Singh Ahluwalia Sanjaya Baru Jagdish Bhagwati Amartya Sen and Joseph E. Stiglitz among others this volume will be of interest to advanced students and scholars of politics economics and political economy as well as to journalists policymakers and the informed general reader. 590 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 66619

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Title: Globalization and Politics in India

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Hardcover

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Globalization and Politics in India asks three important questions: What is the nature of the phenomenon under study? What are the causes of this pattern or phenomenon? What are its consequences? In addition, it asks what policies that would accentuate or attenuate the consequences? These questions form the overarching framework of this reader.

The introduction provides a broad overview of the nature and development of economic globalization and India's experience with it. The readings offer a wide range of viewpoints and are organized into five broad sections: the nature of globalization, both in its past and contemporary incarnations; the nature of economic strategy in India that preceded globalization; the shift to economic liberalization and the stimulus for it; the consequences of globalization and liberalization for India in relation to its external setting; and the consequences of these processes for India's domestic situation.

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Baldev Raj Nayar is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at McGill University in Canada.

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