Accumulation, exchange, and development: essays on the Indian economy

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Sage Publications, 1994 - Business & Economics - 401 pages
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Accumulation, Exchange, and Development focuses on the differentiated structures of production and exchange prevalent in a developing economy and the interrelation among the dynamics of accumulation. Combining certain basic principles of classical political economy with specific studies on the Indian economy, the author points to a theory that can be developed. In the first part, Bharadwaj delineates the contrasting structures of classical political economy and the now dominant neoclassical theory. The second part explores the structure of the Indian agrarian economy and contains, among others, seminal ideas of interlinked markets. The last section raises issues on the contradictory course of Indian development. "This book is perhaps one of the most conceptual and informative ones in the existing literature of its like . . . . Definitely a book of immense academic value." -Financial Express

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