Author: Dwijendra TripathiJyoti Jumani/Publisher: Oxford University PressYear: 2007Language: EnglishPages: 265ISBN/UPC (if available): 019568429X
The Concise Oxford History of Indian Business is an adapted edition of The Oxford History of Business. The author traces the transformation of the Indian business class from merchants to industrialists and, more recently, service providers. The focus of this volume is on the modern or that phase of Indian business in free India and response of Indian business to the call of globalization.
Preface to the Concise EditionPrologueList of PlatesList of Abbreviations The Backdrop:Indian Business c.1700Merchants during the Imperial CrisisTowards TransitionThe Western ScenarioBirth Pangs of Modern IndustriesRise of the Industrial EliteDeveloping an IdentityTowards MaturityExpatriates and Multinationals During the War and AfterIndependence: A New Business Climate Business in the Nehru EraThe Licence-Permit Raj Aftermath of LiberalizationA sum upAppendixReferencesIndex