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Indo-Bangladesh Border Trade: Benefiting From Neighbourhood

Gurudas Das (Editor) C. Joshua Thomas (Editor)

Indo-Bangladesh Border Trade: Benefiting from neighbourhood takes a look at the status of trade that takes place at the various points along the entire length of Indo-Bangladesh border that spans about a little more than 4000 km. The causes of asymmetry between bilateral trade that has become a major concern for Bangladesh have been analyzed and various remedial options have been discussed. The issue of transit for the movement of goods between mainland India and her North Eastern region through Bangladesh has been investigated and the benefits likely to accrue to both the nations have been delineated. The volume brings into focus the bearing of state-centric traditional security perceptions on the expansion of bilateral economic cooperation. It urges for a comprehensive bilateral engagement between India and Bangladesh for the welfare of people across the border. Trade analyst, political analysts, diplomats, development agencies, policy makers and researchers will be immensely benefited from this volume.

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About the authors

Gurudas Das

Gurudas Das (1960-) is in the faculty, Department of Economics, North Eastern hill University. His major contributions include. Tribes of Arunachal Pradesh in Transition (1995), Liberalization and India’s North east (eds., 1988), border trade: India’s north east and neighbouring countries (eds., 2000), Dimensions of Rural Development in North East India (eds.,2004) and Structural Change and Strategy of development : Resource industry Linkages in North East India (2005) .

C. Joshua Thomas

Dr. C. Joshua Thomas is Director incharge, ICSSR North Eastern Regional Centre, Shillong. Dr. Thomas has been writing on issues related to the problem of displacement, border trade, ethnicity and insurgency in North-East India. Recently he had edited a book, Policy and Economy: Agenda for Contemporary North-East India.

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Bibliographic information

Title Indo-Bangladesh Border Trade: Benefiting From Neighbourhood
Format Hardcover
Date published: 29.03.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8183701327
length xxx+428p., Tables; Figures; Maps
Subjects History