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Notes on Political Economy of Development-The Indian Case

The Indian Case Krishna Bharadwaj The development process in a developing economy is characterised by the co-existence of several modes of production in their different historical stages of transition. Thus by the very nature of the problem, it is the structure of the growth and not merely the rate of growth which gains importance.

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