The idea of planning in India, 1930-1951
Since the days of Ranade, Naoroji and Dutt and other 'moderate nationalist' economic thinkers, a positive state intervention in economic activities was considered as essential for the development of the Indian economy. It was this notion which was eventually to develop into the idea of planning during the two decades prior to Independence. But however nationalist, this idea, far from being the product of any autonomous Indian thinking on the question, was formed not merely in response to...[Show more]
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