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Special Economic Zones in India

Despite the overwhelming evidence of "immiserisation" due to displacement, numerous cases of resistance and the distortion of democratic processes, the neoliberal paradigm remains dominant in India.

As Harvey (2005) has described, accumulation by dispossession includes the commodication and privatisation of land and the forceful expulsion of peasant populations; conversion of various forms of property rights (common, collective, state, etc) into exclusive private property rights;

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