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The Black Economy in India: Transition to Grey Political Economy

 
Kamal Nayan Kabra (Author)
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The postscript briefly updates the conceptual, theoretical and policy analyses which overviews how vast dramatic depravities grip India's democracy, development and human rights record in the direction of mal-development, plummeting the social existence of the masses to new lows of inhuman inequalities and indignities. It has been contributed to in no small measure by the transformation of the black economy into the grey political economy commanded in complicit ways by the miniscule minority of the rich and powerful sitting atop India's patrimonial corporate business empires in crony relationships with increasingly corporatized party high commands.

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About the author

Kamal Nayan Kabra

Kamal Nayan Kabra is Professor of Economics at the IIPA, New Delhi. Prior to that, he taught economics at Delhi University for a decade. Prof. Kabra is involved in training senior and middle level civil servants, and public sector managers at the Institute. He has also undertaken research and consultancy assignments for various central ministries, state governments, public enterprises, UN agencies and the ICSSR. He has held many positions during his career which include Director, Food Corporation of India; Chairman of the Committee to Review Forward Markets, Government of India; and Chairman of the Expert Committee on the Economics of Tobacco, Government of India. A prolific writer, he has published a large number of journals, articles and books, notable among the latter being The Black Economy in India: Problems and Policies; Nationalisation in India: 1947-80 (2 Volumes)’ The Political Economy of Brain Drain; Political Economy of Public Distribution of Food in India; Planning Process in a District and Development Planning in India.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Black Economy in India: Transition to Grey Political Economy
Format Hardcover
Date published: 20.12.2018
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Aakar Books
Language: English
isbn 9789350025789
length 303p.