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Imperialism, Nationalism and the Making of the Indian Capitalist Class, 1920-1947
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Imperialism, Nationalism and the Making of the Indian Capitalist Class, 1920-1947

First Edition
  • Aditya Mukherjee - Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India


July 2002 | 462 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
`Based on meticulous research in India and Britan, including interviews with leading participants. The Introduction, in particular, provides a very useful summary of recent research on the historic economic relationship between India and the United Kingdom.... This volume should be of interest to a wide readership' - The Economic History Review

This book describes and analyzes the emergence and evolution of the Indian capitalist class and its relationship with imperialism and nationalism. It also provides a comprehensive economic history of colonial India in the first half of the 20th century.

Based on extensive empirical data, this is the first detailed, thoroughly researched and comprehensive account of the position of the Indian capitalist class.

 
Introduction
 
The Politico-Ideological Dimension
 
Finance and Monetary Policy I
1926-28

 
 
Finance and Monetary Policy II
1929-39

 
 
Finance and Monetary Policy III
The War and After

 
 
Tariffs, Trade and Industry I
1916-30

 
 
Tariffs, Trade and Industry II
1932-36

 
 
Tariffs, Trade and Industry III
1936-39

 
 
Tariffs, Trade and Industry IV
1939-47

 
 
Foreign Capital
 
Planning and Public Sector
 
Concluding Remarks

`Based on meticulous research in India and Britan, including interviews with leading participants. The Introduction, in particular, provides a very useful summary of recent research on the historic economic relationship between India and the United Kingdom.... This volume should be of interest to a wide readership' - The Economic History Review

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