Asian Political Economy (7)

Research

China, India and Southeast Asia: Paths to Development and State-Society Relations: Introduction

The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs

Journal Article, November 2016 | Vamsi Vakulabharanam, Edmund Terence Gomez, Cheong Kee Cheok

PERI’s Vamsi Vakulabharanam co-authors two new articles in a Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs’ special edition on China, India and Southeast Asia. In the Introduction to the special edition, Vakulabharanam and co-authors present an overview of the complexities of state-society relations and address the effects of India and China’s new political economies on Southeast Asia and the global economy. In a second piece, “Growth and Distribution Regimes in India,” the authors discuss the four different regimes of capitalist growth and distribution since India’s Independence. They show that as economic growth in India accelerated, private capitalists and professional classes became increasingly able to utilize the state to further their own interests.
Research

Growth and Distribution Regimes in India since Independence

The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs

Journal Article, November 2016 | Vamsi Vakulabharanam, Rahul De

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