In this book, India's Turn: Understanding the Economic Transformation the writer Arvind Subramanian focuses on analysing India's economic growth and its integration with global economy. The essays included in this book are analytical and prescriptive in nature and answers questions on India's economic turnaround from fresh and unconventional stand point. Mr. Subramanian also closely deals with topics, such as, the pattern of development of Indian economy, public institutional status and also the economic future of the country.
He is a senior fellow at Centre for Global Development and PIIE, a senior research professor at The Johns Hopkins University, and frequently publishes his works in leading newspapers and magazines, such as, The Economist, Financial Times, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Foreign Affairs. The articles included in this volume are underlined by two broad themes - analysis of India's economic growth and its integration with the global economy. The first one is related with India's present and future growth and the articles and essays included in this section are primarily analytical in nature. S second type of writings relates to India's integration into a global economy in terms of trading of goods and ideas and capital flows. This unique collection of essays will be providing Indian analysts and economic policy makers with a number of policy options and choices and is surely an interesting reading for anybody associated with or concerned about the Indian economy one way or the other.
India's current economic turnaround has become the staple of news analysis in both India as well as abroad - but there are also many questions that still remain there. Questions like when and why did the economy actually turned around, what is the exact financial condition of India's public institutions or what can be expected about the country's economic future? Mr. Subramanian's easy flow of writing certainly makes this volume a good read.
The Paperback edition of India's Turn: Understanding the Economic Transformation has been published by Oxford University Press. You can order it online from Amazon and have it delivered at your doorstep. This paperback edition book has an ISBN-10: 0198064063 and ISBN-13: 978-0198064060. Other notable works from the author include Efficiency, Equity, and Legitimacy: The Multilateral Trading System at the Millennium.