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Visible Hand: Public Policy nd Economic Growth in the Nehru Era

  • Pulapre Balakrishnan
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    This paper investigates the relationship between the policy regime and growth during 1950-64 termed here ‘the Nehru era’. While there exist valuable early appraisals of the period, access to new data and fresh information allows for a longer and comparative view of the outcome. [WP 391].

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