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TitleA business history of India : enterprise and the emergence of capitalism from 1700 / Tirthankar Roy
ImprintCambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2018
Descript xiv, 298 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm

SUMMARY

"In recent decades, private investment has led to an economic resurgence in India. But this is not the first time the region has witnessed impressive business growth. There have been many similar stories over the past 300 years. India's economic history shows that capital was relatively expensive. How, then, did capitalism flourish in the region? How did companies and entrepreneurs deal with the shortage of key resources? Has there been a common pattern in responses to these issues over the centuries? Through detailed case studies of firms, entrepreneurs, and business commodities, Tirthankar Roy answers these questions. Roy bridges the approaches of business and economic history, illustrating the development of a distinctive regional capitalism. On each occasion of growth, connections with the global economy helped firms and entrepreneurs better manage risks. Making these deep connections between India's economic past and present shows why history matters in its remaking of capitalism today"-- Provided by publisher


CONTENT

Introduction -- The baseline at 1700 -- Indian Ocean sphere : 1700-1850 -- Capital and empire (1850-1930) : trade and finance -- Capital and empire (1850-1930) : industry -- State and industrialisation : 1930-1950 -- State and industrialization : 1950-1980 -- Revival : 1980-2000 -- Capital and globalisation : 2000-2015 -- Conclusion


India -- Economic conditions India -- Social conditions Business Economic history

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