The momentum of economic progress in India and China will bring about the next major shift in geopolitics. This book analyzes the economic experience of both countries in the context of development and globalization, and offers insights that could be crucial for development thinking.
Piya Mahtaney is a member of the Economic Reform Committee of the Indian Merchants Chamber, Mumbai, India. She previously worked as Senior Feature Writer at the Economic Times. She is author of The Economic Con-Game. She has also been a Lecturer at Wigan and Leigh College.
The New Age Paradox PART 1: THE RISING SUPERPOWERS, ISSUES, IMPLICATIONS AND THE FUTURE Introduction to India chapters: The India Story: As it Rolls On India : Her Tryst with Globalisation Economic Reform: Moving beyond Liberalisation India: Unleashing Opportunity Creation A Multi-Sectoral Pattern of Economic Growth: Important Issues India's Economic Ascent: Insights and Issues Introduction to China chapters: China: The Emerging Superpower China: Its Ascent as an Economic Powerhouse State Owned Enterprise Restructuring: Issues and Challenges Economic Reform in China: The Ensuing Phase Human Capital Formation: Trends, Implications and Future Prospects in China China's FDI story: An Evaluation China's Economic Experience: Insights, Lessons and a Perspective When Elephants Walk and Dragons Dance: A Comparison between The Indian and Chinese Economy PART 2: GLOBALISATION: A PROCESS OF INCOMPLETE ECONOMIC INTEGRATION Globalisation: Vision and Reality Revisiting the East Asian Miracle Stilletoisation of Economic Progress PART 3: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT: EVOLVING A PARADIGM The Production Function of Development The Development Paradigm