Pages : 156

“This book is being published at a very significant moment in our history. India has witnessed a decade of rapid, unprecedented, economic growth, but this has not translated in to reductions in mass poverty or unemployment or malnutrition or deprivations in health and education. It is important for us, then, to understand the nature of economic policy making and how it has excluded rather than included the vast majority in the process of development.” – Madhura Swaminadhan.

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