This book is an analysis of the political and philosophical foundations of the development of India's economy, including discussions of what's gone wrong in the past and what can be done to rectify it. The authors provide a detailed analysis of the history and burning issues derived from these historical analysis which are still unresolved today. As well as this, there are analyses of the political economy and both ancient and modern historical perspectives.
Dipak Basu is currently Emeritus Professor in Nagasaki University and professor in Finance in Tohoku University Graduate School in Tsuruoka, Japan. Previously he was Lecturer at the Institute of Agricultural Economics of Oxford University, Research Officer in the Department of Applied Economics of Cambridge University, Senior Economist in charge of the Middle East & Africa division of Standard & Poor, and Senior Economist in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia. He was awarded Honorary Doctorate from Nagasaki University. He has received his PhD from the University of Birmingham.
Victoria Miroshnik is currently Professor in Management in Reitaku University, Tokyo. Previously she was Associate Professor in the American University Dubai, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan, and Keimyung University in South Korea. She was awarded the Adam Smith Research Fellowship from the University of Glasgow. Her previous books are Corporate Culture in Multinationals and Organizational Culture and Commitment. She has received her PhD from the University of Glasgow.
1. Espoused Values and Mission of the organization of India.- 2. Hostile Takeover.- 3. Resistance.- 4. Plans for organizational re-engineering.- 5. First Turning point: Rejuvenation of India.- 6. Dis-tractors, Confusions and Hostility.- 7. Near Death of the Organization.- 8. International Propaganda Against Indian Ideals.