Issues in Infrastructure Development Today: The Interlinkages
AbstractBrings out the issues in infrastructure development in India linking market failure, policy, regulation, and privatisation in India c. 2000. Is the lead article in the India Infrastructure Report
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Date of creation: 2001
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India; infrastructure; regulation; market-structure; coordination; state-failure; subsidies;
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