Seventy Years of Indian Economy: Growth and Challenges

  • S. R. HashimEmail author


India has had a fairly decent growth experience in the last two decades and the people have seen a level of prosperity not experienced in the earlier two centuries. The prosperity, though, is still very unevenly distributed, it has, nonetheless, induced a very invigorating outlook for the future among all the people.


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  1. 1.Institute of Human DevelopmentNew DelhiIndia

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