The Collected Works of A.K. Dasgupta Essays in Planning and Public Policy

With An Introduction By I.G. Patel Volume 3

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9780195687903

Publication date:

18/12/2008

Hardback

620 pages

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ISBN:

9780195687903

Publication date:

18/12/2008

Hardback

620 pages

Alaknanda Patel

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Alaknanda Patel

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One of the founding fathers of modern economics in India, A.K. Dasgupta (1903—92) is considered a pioneer in theoretical economics. His extensive scholarship included the critical evaluation and understanding of practically all schools of economic thought: Classical, Marxist, Marginalist, Neo-Classical, Keynesian, and the many variants of growth theory. This is a collection of seventy essays, articles, reviews, and reminiscences written by A.K. Dasgupta over a span of more than sixty years (1929—91). The introduction by the author's son-in-law and distinguished economist, I.G. Patel discusses the salient ideas behind this unique selection – a balance between thematic, or chronology, or clusters of diverse thoughts and ideas.

Alaknanda Patel

Alaknanda Patel

Alaknanda Patel

Alaknanda Patel

Description

One of the founding fathers of modern economics in India, A.K. Dasgupta (1903—92) is considered a pioneer in theoretical economics. His extensive scholarship included the critical evaluation and understanding of practically all schools of economic thought: Classical, Marxist, Marginalist, Neo-Classical, Keynesian, and the many variants of growth theory. This is a collection of seventy essays, articles, reviews, and reminiscences written by A.K. Dasgupta over a span of more than sixty years (1929—91). The introduction by the author's son-in-law and distinguished economist, I.G. Patel discusses the salient ideas behind this unique selection – a balance between thematic, or chronology, or clusters of diverse thoughts and ideas.

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