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Long March to Capitalism. Embourgeoisment, Internationalization and Industrial Transformation in India

Опубликовано на портале: 20-12-2006
New-York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, 264 с.
The author captures the evolution of Indian industrial capitalism by extending the 'models of capitalism' and 'regulation framework'. Using principally the auto industry and anchoring the analysis to the expansion of markets, he demonstrates that the Indian state and businesses have been important institutions for creating markets. He acknowledges significant market growth, but also underscores several contradictions arising from such capitalist development. There is a wealth of data, which scholars, policymakers, and businesses will find very useful.

List of Tables and Figures


List of Companies Cited


Map of India

Introduction: Capitalism, Markets, and Industrial Change

One Capitalism or Many? Interpreting Indian Industrial Development

State, Embourgeoisment, and Market Development in India

Embourgeoisment, Internationalization, and Auto Market Evolution

Capitalist Regulation, Flexible Production, and Auto Market Evolution

Uneven Development and the Changing Regime of Accumulation in West Bengal

Capitalist Competition, Consumption, and Contradictions of Industrial Transformation

Concluding Remarks on Capitalism, Markets and Development