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India's privatisation in monochrome

The book presents a detailed chronological timeline of privatisation in the country


Privatisation in India: Journey and challenges | Author: Sudhir Naib | Pages: 158 | Publisher: Routledge | Price: Rs 6,145

Ishaan Gera
When Adam Smith wrote his magnum opus in the latter half of the 18th century, he understood that a book on economics would not invigorate reader's interests. So, to make an exceedingly dull subject accessible to the general reader, he relied extensively on history to explain his views on the economy, making The Wealth of Nations a timeless classic for economics students and lay readers. David Ricardo relied on Robinson Crusoe, and Karl Marx moved a step ahead by marrying economy with literature, arts, history and alchemy. 

The first volume of Das Kapital is a perfect amalgamation of fields to explain

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First Published: Mar 22 2022 | 11:10 PM IST

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