New Delhi, India, Cambridge University Press:
Edition: First Indian Edition
Seller ID: 027975
In the first comprehensive and wide-ranging account of the modern Indian economy, B. R. Tomlinson considers the history of economic growth and change over the last hundred years. By summarising and expounding on the available literature, the author considers the debates over imperialism, development and under development and sets them in the context of historical change in agriculture, trade and manufacture, and the relations between business, the economy and the state. Printed Pages: 253 with 23 tables, 2 figures and 12 maps. View More...
New Delhi, India, Cambridge University Press: 2013
Edition: Second Edition
Seller ID: 101431
Rapid economic growth has put India at the centre of current debates about the future of the global economy. In this fully revised and updated text B. R. Tomlinson provides a comprehensive and wide-ranging account of the Indian economy over the last 150 years. He sets arguments about growth development and underdevelopment and the impact of imperialism against a detailed history of agriculture trade and manufacture and the relations between business the economy and the state. The new edition extends the coverage right up to the present day and explains how one of the largest countries in the w... View More...