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

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SAGE Publications, Jun 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
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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.

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Baldev Raj Nayar is currently Emeritus Professor of Political Science at McGill University in Montreal. He is the author of over a dozen scholarly books dealing with international relations, political economy, comparative politics and South Asia.

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