The politics of change : a ringside view Singh, N. K.

By: Singh, N. K
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Delhi Penguin Books India Pvt.Ltd. 2007Description: xxvii, 254 p.ISBN: 9780670081370Subject(s): Infrastructure (Economics) - India | Economic development projects - India | India - Economic policy - 1991 | India - Foreign economic relationsDDC classification: 338.0954 Summary: The Politics Change draws on N K Singh's experience to give the reader a window into India's politics and economy, providing incisive insights into the realities of coalition politics and international fault lines. The analyses help understand why some initiatives have succeeded in transforming the economic landscape while other bills, schemes and initiatives which were launch with good intentions have either foundered because of the party in opposition or eventually emerged with scars after years of tussle. The book also highlights the challenges that India must face as its institutions evolve to keep pace with the task of governing and supporting the rapidly changing economic and social landscape. Critical essays by leading Indian politician on Indian economy, globalization and politics.
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The Politics Change draws on N K Singh's experience to give the reader a window into India's politics and economy, providing incisive insights into the realities of coalition politics and international fault lines. The analyses help understand why some initiatives have succeeded in transforming the economic landscape while other bills, schemes and initiatives which were launch with good intentions have either foundered because of the party in opposition or eventually emerged with scars after years of tussle. The book also highlights the challenges that India must face as its institutions evolve to keep pace with the task of governing and supporting the rapidly changing economic and social landscape. Critical essays by leading Indian politician on Indian economy, globalization and politics.

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