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Ep. 76: सरकार और बाज़ार: कभी नीम नीम कभी शहद शहद

In this episode, political scientist and economic historian Rohit Chandra (@rohitreads) gives an account of business-state relations in India over the last two decades. In this wide-ranging conversation, we discuss trends of market concentration since 2014, the state of public sector units, small businesses, and the state of banking among other things. Rohit, together with Rahul Verma (@rahul_tverma), has curated the Seminar Magazine Symposium for October 2020 on the topic A delicate balance: a symposium on untangling business-state relations in India.

भारत में सरकार और बिज़नेस के रिश्ते कैसे बदले है पिछले दो दशकों में, यही है विषय इस पुलियाबाज़ी का | क्यों भारत में बिज़नेस केन्द्रीभूत हो रहे है? भारत के छोटे उद्योग छोटे ही क्यों रह जाते है? “सूट-बूट की सरकार” टिप्पणी को क्या इस सरकार ने दिल से लगा लिया? ऐसे ही कुछ सवालों पर चर्चा की हमने आईआईटी दिल्ली की स्कूल ऑफ़ पब्लिक पॉलिसी में असिस्टेंट प्रोफेसर रोहित चंद्र से, जो इस विषय के आर्थिक इतिहास पर काफ़ी वर्षों से अध्ययन कर रहे है |

For more:

  1. Seminar Magazine Symposium for October 2020: A delicate balance: a symposium on untangling business-state relations in India, edited by Rohit Chandra and Rahul Verma

  2. Doing business in a deals World, by Sabyasachi Kar, Lant Pritchett, Spandan Roy, and Kunal Sen

  3. Bad Money by Vivek Kaul,

  4. Overdraft by Urjit Patel,

  5. Bloom in the Desert by D V Kapur,

  6. In Service of the Republic by Ajay Shah and Vijay Kelkar

  7. The Seen and the Unseen ep 186, Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Amit Varma

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