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Inclusive State, Excluded People

India Exclusion Report 2015 by Centre for Equity Studies; New Delhi: Yoda Press, 2015; pp 283, ₹500.

Bastar through the Eyes of Durwa Tribals

Woodsmoke and Leaf Cups: Autobiographical Footnotes to the Anthropology of the Durwa by Madhu Ramnath; Delhi: Harper Litmis, 2015; pp 324, ₹399.

Feminist Economics Research

Gender Challenges (3 Volumes) byBina Agarwal, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016; pp 1,496, £140.

Classical Economics, Marx, Marginalism, and Keynes

Economic Thought: A Brief History by Heinz D Kurz translated by Jeremiah Riemer, New York: Columbia University Press, 2016; pp viii+208, $27.

'Sexual States' and the Queer Struggle in India

Sexual States: Governance and the Struggle to Decriminalize Homosexuality in India by Jyoti Puri, Hyderabad: Orient BlackSwan, 2016; pp 222, ₹895.

Inclusiveness and Viability of Value Chains

​ Commercial and Inclusive Value Chains: Doing Good and Doing Well edited by Malcolm Harper, John Belt and Rajeev Roy; Warwickshire (UK): Practical Action Publishing, 2015; pp 200, ₹2,040.

Engagement with Contemporary India

​ Routledge Handbook of Contemporary India edited by Knut A Jacobsen; Oxon: Routledge, 2016; pp 506, £130 (hardback).

Selective Memoirs

Who Moved My Interest Rate? Leading the Reserve Bank of India through Five Turbulent Years by Duvvuri Subbarao,Gurgaon: Penguin Viking, 2016; pp 323,₹699.

Historic Farmers’ Referendum on Special Economic Zone

Participative Governance in District Administration: Memoirs of Collector, Raigad— Farmers’ Successful ‘Referendum’ against the Reliance Maha SEZ by Nipun Vinayak; New Delhi: Authorspress, 2016; pp 163, $39.95.

On the Origin and Progress of the Novel

Understanding the Novel: A Theoretical Overview by Albeena Shakil; New Delhi: Primus Books, 2015; pp xxi+264, ₹1,195, hardback.


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