Inclusive Growth under India's Neo-liberal Regime: Towards an Exposition
Ever since the Eleventh Five Year Plan, India is trying to pursue an inclusive growth strategy. There is, however, much vagueness with regard to the content and intent of so-called inclusive growth. The present paper attempts at exploring the possible content and intent of India's inclusive growth and exposes some critical inconsistencies underlying it. The paper then traces the source of such inconsistencies and shows how such inconsistencies have their roots in the country's neo-liberal policies.
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