Keynes and India: A Study in Economics and Biography

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Springer, Jan 22, 1990 - Business & Economics - 209 pages
This is a pioneering study based on original sources of the least researched aspect of Keynes, namely, the crucial formative role of his Indian connection in the making of Keynes as an economist and policy-maker. It analyses the interaction of Indian experience on Keynes's thought and work and of Keynes on Indian economic thought and policy.
 

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Contents

1 Prologue
1
Apprenticeship to Greatness
8
3 Varied Passages to India
25
4 Reforming the Rupee
57
5 Creating a Central Bank for India
100
The Longest Journey
113
The Indian Conjuncture
134
The Guru
150
The Indian Question
180
Keynes Indophilus
188
Keyness Writings on India
196
Select Bibliography
199
Index
202
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