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Keynes and India- A Centennial Review and Appraisal

Keynes and India A Centennial Review and Appraisal Anand G Chandavarkar The attraction of India for some of the mod eminent English economists like Marshall and Keynes is a fascinating theme in the history of economic thought. There are several possible explanations, but foremost among them one would rank the sheer intellectual challenge posed by the extraor- dinary complexity and uniqueness of India's monetary experience in its evolution from a silver to a gold exchange standard.

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