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World bank in India: undermining sovereignty distorting development

Contributor(s): Kelly, Michele [Editor ] | D'Souza, Deepika [Editor ].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Orient BlackSwan 2010Description: xxvii, 507 p.ISBN: 9788125038641.Subject(s): World bank - IndiaDDC classification: 332.15320954 Summary: Bringing together academic discussions on public policy and the experiences of the common people of India, this collection of essays by a range of eminent scholars across disciplines tackles the problems of contemporary development policy and contributes to the ongoing debate. The current financial crisis has clearly demonstrated the inability of international financial institutions to maintain a stable global economic order. However, few challenges to this order have been taken seriously due to the nearly complete dominance of the ideology of free markets. This volume contributes to the emerging critique of the present economic order and attempts to find alternatives. (http://www.orientblackswan.com)
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Bringing together academic discussions on public policy and the experiences of the common people of India, this collection of essays by a range of eminent scholars across disciplines tackles the problems of contemporary development policy and contributes to the ongoing debate. The current financial crisis has clearly demonstrated the inability of international financial institutions to maintain a stable global economic order. However, few challenges to this order have been taken seriously due to the nearly complete dominance of the ideology of free markets. This volume contributes to the emerging critique of the present economic order and attempts to find alternatives. (http://www.orientblackswan.com)

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