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India Uninc.

Written by: Prof. R. Vaidyanathan
Narrated by: Anuj Munot
Length: 6 hrs and 46 mins
Categories: Business & Money, Commerce
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While the nation's newspapers, journals, business magazines, TV channels and the Internet continue to churn out reams, airtime and gigabytes of information about India's business houses - India Inc. - in this one-of-its kind book, Prof. R. Vaidyanathan delves deep into India Uninc. and presents a persuasive case for why the latter is really what is at the heart of our economy, and why any growth story about India is incomplete if that real engine of our growth is ignored. The author argues that the real India story, over generations, lies with the many proprietorship and partnership firms, small manufacturing units, kirana stores, single entrepreneurs and household enterprises. That they are being finally given their due, in this important study, is the result of many years of cutting-edge research, which lays bare the lopsided viewpoints of policy-makers and 'experts', and urges a broader vision of the country's economy. The small entrepreneur, says Prof. Vaidyanathan, should prevail over crony capitalism. Scholarly yet accessible, and offering a wealth of information on an uncharted territory, India Uninc. is a must-listen for anybody who aspires to understand the Indian economy - as well as India itself.

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alternative perspectives

the author has suggested great alternative to Indian economists who are are trying to imitate Western models.

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A must read all who want to know Indian Economics

Good book, good data collection. R. Vaidyanathan has explained many points which common man does not understand in economics in simple language.

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Masterclass with pen ultimatum of statistical information n a widespread knowledge across all societies of Indian origins and its economy

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Facts and reasons

This book starts with lots of numbers which made me almost put it down thinking it is just a read of numerous tables of data. But it picks up after initial hour of numbers gets over and that is when the real reason for that initial overload of number becomes relevant. Those numbers with sources attached are proof of Prof Vaidyanathan's reasoning and revelations throughout the book.
I always heard people saying how Nehru's economic policies were not best suitable to India and how the current sensex and FDI obsession is not right. This book clears it to a large extent.