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Political Economy of Slow Industrial Growth in India

Political Economy of Slow Industrial Growth in India

September 1,1984 Political Economy of Slow Industrial Growth in India Ashutosh Varshney THIS reports puts together in an organised form the discussion that took place in a conference sponsored by the Social Science Research Council on the 'Political Economy of Slow Industrial Growth in India'. Held at the Center for International Studies, MIT, in October 1983, this two-day long conference brought together economists and political sci- ' entists, both from within the United States and outside, to discuss the problem of slow industrial growth in India, particularly since the mid-sixties. The participants were Isher Ahluwalia (ICRIER, New Delhi), Pranab Bardhan (Berkeley). Richard Eckaus (MIT), Francine Frankel (University of Pennsylvania), Roger Grawe (World Bank), Atul Kohli (Princeton), Robert Lucas (Boston University), Norman Nicolson (USA1D), George Rosen (Illinois), Barney Rubin (Yale), Amartya Sen (Oxford), T N Sriniva- san (Yale), David Szanton (SSRC), Lance Taylor (MIT), Norman Uphoff (Cornell), Ashutosh Varshney (MIT) and Myron Weiner(MIT).

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