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The Changing Political Economy of Federalism in India: A Historical Institutionalist Approach
In July 1991 India’s central government initiated economic policy reforms amounting to a quiet economic revolution—or, as noted by a commentator, “reform by stealth.” Policy regimes in theExpand
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The Regional Roots of Developmental Politics in India: A Divided Leviathan
Part One: Introduction and Theoretical Framework 1. The Puzzle of Developmental Failure and Success 2. A Theory of Polycentric Hierarchy Part Two: National Level Analysis 3. Disaggregating theExpand
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Political Cycles, Political Institutions and Public Expenditure in India, 1980–2000
  • L. Sáez, A. Sinha
  • Political Science
  • British Journal of Political Science
  • 17 November 2009
In Western democracies it is held that parties and their positions affect how politicians choose to make public expenditure and investment. This article examines the public policy choices ofExpand
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Understanding the Rise and Transformation of Business Collective Action in India
  • A. Sinha
  • Sociology
  • Business and Politics
  • 1 August 2005
Scholars of business associations have recently learned a great deal about how associations contribute to development, but much less about the origins of such developmental associations. This essayExpand
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Scaling Up: Beyond the Subnational Comparative Method for India
It no longer makes sense to talk of India without analyzing its infra-national diversity. Yet, this article not only argues for the need to build upon but also go beyond the subnational comparativeExpand
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Indian Trade Lawyers and the Building of State Trade-Related Legal Capacity
This paper examines the growing role of Indian lawyers in the transformation of Indian trade policy through the development of trade-related legal capacity. By trade-related legal capacity we mean,Expand
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India: Rising Power or a Mere Revolution of Rising Expectations?
In 2009–2010 India faces dramatically different foreign policy challenges than it faced even ten years ago. Similar to other ascendant powers such as China and Brazil but unlike smaller powers, IndiaExpand
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India’s Unlikely Democracy: Economic Growth and Political Accommodation
Abstract:There is no doubt that India’s democracy has become stable, yet economic change could create distributional conflicts and stresses on its democratic institutions. Economic change andExpand
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Global Linkages and Domestic Politics
This article examines how the World Trade Organization (WTO) affects institutional development and policy responses in India. India is a country traditionally resistant to external pressures but inExpand
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