On the border of economic theory and history / Amit Bhaduri
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- Bhaduri, Amit
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- New Delhi ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999
- 197 p. ; 22 cm.
With reference to India.
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- I Essays on a Traditional Agrarian Economy
- 1. A study in Agricultural Backwardness Under Semi-Feudalism.
- 2. The Evolution of Land Relations in Eastern India Under British Rule.
- 3. Class Relations and the Pattern of Accumulation in an Agrarian Economy.
- 4. Forced Commerce and Agrarian Growth.
- 5. Economic Power and Productive Efficiency in Traditional Agriculture.
- II Essays on Capitalism
- 6. Why Factories? A Contribution to the Debate on the Transition to the Factory System.
- 7. Some Lessons from the Two Economic Systems.
- 8. The Political Economy of Social Democracy.
- 9. Dangers and Opportunities of Glabalization for Developing Countries.
- 10. Reflections on the Economic Role of the Transformational State.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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