Editorial Reviews. Review. Since the start of the recent global boom in India Unbound – Kindle edition by Gurcharan Das. Download it once and. The nation’s rise is one of the great international stories of the late twentieth century, and in India Unbound the acclaimed columnist Gurcharan Das offers a. Das, an Indian venture capitalist and columnist for the Times of India (and former CEO of Procter & Gamble India), uses his own experiences as a businessman.
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Also, further details on anotomy of open economy and its social evolution would have helped the reader to form an informed and balanced point of view. Das goes on with the way India sailed through 70s and 80s and how India came under huge debt by early 90s.
Want to Read saving…. I have never india unbound by gurcharan das any books related to economics or any of his books. As other authors cherish byy revolution that began with independence inGurcharan Das does not find full cause for jubilation untilwhen India unleashed a series of economic reformsthe start of an “economic revolution” that he believes “may well be more important than the political revolution.
Overall the book is very readable and Interesting and I will suggest this book to anyone who wants to know about liberalization in simple words of successful manager in the Socialist India. He also concedes this disconnect by describinh his generation as “Macualays children” and not “Manus children”.
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View all 16 comments. That the only unboundd is a form of shock therapy, which he regrets is only being administered slowly. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. A businessman’s understanding of India, from independence to the global information age.
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The economic policies followed by Indira Gandhi with the advice of her trusted economic advisers led India in to a very slow growth rate. Gurcharan Das has been able to convey the minute details of the License Raj just after India attained independence under Jawarharlal Nehru and how Nehru intended the welfare of the people of the country but which turned out to be the most disastrous india unbound by gurcharan das taken by him.
While the book is hopeful, he also makes it clear throughout that India, Internet or no, india unbound by gurcharan das has lots of work to do before its renaissance is secure. Is it good or bad for India.
Not only, says Das, does Europe have an ageing population, but it cannot seem gurrcharan india unbound by gurcharan das immigrants. India has produced world class economists and brightest minds but non of them saw what was happening to this country. In fact, Das says, it is the india unbound by gurcharan das anti-capitalists who are denying the poor the chance of getting rich, a fact illustrated by the delay in allowing GM crops to be grown in India. A very insightful book for anyone who wants to unhound sources of potential in India.