3 edition of Indian economy in Soviet perspective found in the catalog.
Indian economy in Soviet perspective
O. P. Kotwal
|Statement||O. P. Kotwal.|
|LC Classifications||HC433 .K67 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||79903240|
The Soviet Union was critical in India's economic calculations. One of the word's leading arms buyers in the s, India acquired most of its arms from the Soviet Union at bargain basement rupee prices. India's protected and regulated economy fit well with the Soviet command economy. . Her argument about East German influence over the Soviets is provocative and convincing. This book will force students of the Cold War to reassess their views of East Germany and its role between East and West."—Jeffrey Kopstein, University of Toronto, author of The Politics of Economic Decline in East Germany
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Indian economy in Soviet perspective. New Delhi: Sterling, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: O P Kotwal. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis, Institute of Oriental Studies, Moscow, Doctrinally, the Soviet Union remains committed to the long-term goal of building a Communist India.
But as the Soviets have become more committed operationally to the present Indian government on diplomatic, economic, and military levels, the time perspective for the achievement of Indian.
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At Indian independence, Nehru helped shape an economy that was substantially modeled after the Soviet template: five-year plans, central planning and a. Inthe publication of R P Dutt's famous book titled India Today was able to introduce and popularise the historical or Marxist approach of studying society and many people across the country began to assume, these two books could well provide the road map to build socialism in India following the legacy of Karl Marx and V I Lenin.
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The Soviet Union was critical in India's economic calculations. One of the word's leading arms buyers in the s, India acquired most of its arms from the Soviet Union at bargain basement rupee.
India’s share of the global economy today is still less than half of what it was at independence in India’s economy is expanding rapidly; but its trade is still less than 1 percent of the global total, whereas China’s trade is the second or third largest.
A similar disparity exists in foreign investment. The Russians were very keen to try and prise Pakistan away from the United States using the Tashkent talks as a lever and had exerted heavy diplomatic pressure on then Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shashtri, says a new book which also notes that the Soviet ministers made strenuous efforts to see that India accedes to Pakistan’s demand for return of all territories in Jammu and Kashmir which.
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It explores new areas enmeshed in the complex social, economic and political processes in the country. Linking structural characteristics with broader sociological context, the book emphasizes.
In her current research, she examines post-Soviet changes in welfare institutions, the Soviet legacies, and the agency of state and non-state domestic and global policy actors. She is a member of the European Social Work Research Association and co-convenor of the Special Interest Group on Post-Soviet and Post-Socialist Social Work.
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