ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Reminiscing the Origins of Development-Economics

field-view of Indian society. The second kind of response, equally common if not more 50, is that of what is often described as radical sociology: this is often a political rather than an intellectual response in which enquiry and analysis yield readily to passion and anger. It is difficult to say how much room there IF, like me, you like gentle gossip, you will enjoy this book. If, like me, you also do not mind malicious gossip, you will enjoy the book but nevertheless feel that something is missing. This is a gentle book of ten great economists reminiscing, joining issue mildly and reflecting on the world and on the state of economics. There is, however, little by way of punch or even provocation

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