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Title: Poverty in India; then and now, 1870-1970
Authors: Dantwala, M.L.
Keywords: POVERTY
UNDERDEVELOPMENT
INDIA
ECONOMIC THEORY
COLONIAL COUNTRIES
UNITED KINGDOM
BALANCE OF TRADE
INDEPENDENCE
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ECONOMIC POLICY
ECONOMIC PLANNING
Date: 1973
Publisher: Macmillan India, Madras, IN
Abstract: IDRC supported. Monograph on changes in the causes of poverty and underdevelopment in India between 1870 and 1970 - discusses Dadabhai's 1870 economic theory of Indian impoverishment under British colonial rule (i.e., economic drain to the United Kingdom as a result of imbalance of trade) and the post-independence failure to achieve economic development despite economic policies and economic planning oriented toward the reduction of poverty.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/1177
Project Number: 716030
Project Title: Research Fellowships - 1971
Access: IDRC Only
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