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Essays on Post Colonial Economy of India

Ranesh Ray
Type: Print Book
Genre: Business & Economics
Language: English
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The book consists of eleven articles presented by Ranesh Ray covering different sectors of the economy to explain the nature of the transition of the Indian Economy during the post-colonial period and its current status. Sector-wise analysis has been made. How the transition has been taking place since independence has been discussed in detail covering major aspects of the economy. But the focus is on post Globalisation period since the introduction of the New Economic Policy in 1991.

About the Author

Aged about 78 years, Ranesh Ray, the author of the book is a retired professor of Economics. He retired as the head of the department at Kidderpore College, Kolkata. He worked as a part-time lecturer at Prafulla Chandra College and Sivanath Sastri College in Kolkata. He has also served as an honorary lecturer at Narendrapur Ramakrishna Mission Residential College. He is a columnist in leading papers and has written a number of textbooks and books on different socioeconomic subjects. He lives in Kolkata.

Book Details

Publisher: Ranesh Ray
Number of Pages: 244
Dimensions: 5"x8"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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