India in the Post-Interventionist Era: Towards a New Political-Economy?
As this book goes to press, exactly ten years have passed since the economic reforms were formally launched in India. What was initiated as a response to a deep and intractable crisis exacerbated by ‘external’ pressures, has since evolved into a highly focused and coherent policy regime. This regime comprises three primary elements: a reduction in the role of the state, an enhancement of the market, and the development of a symbiotic relationship between domestic and global capital.
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