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This book... combines classical and Keynesian ideas in a balanced way with... examples from the Indian economy. [It] will help understand the transition of India's economy from the path of planning to the path of a ‘socialist market economy’.
The great economist, Paul A. Samuelson, wrote “I sometimes think of myself as the last generalist in economics.” Nilanjan Banik proves Samuelson is wrong. This book tells those who would reform the Indian economy what they need to know.
This book is... a refreshing change in a macro books market.... The case studies it provides are useful illustrations of macroeconomic jargon and the book definitely delivers the author's promise and fills the void by providing an Indian story.
“This book tells those who would reform the Indian economy what they need to know.”