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Economic and Political Weekly Special Articles I I I I I Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Power Politics Process of Power Sector Reform in India

@inproceedings{DubashEconomicAP,
  title={Economic and Political Weekly Special Articles I I I I I Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Power Politics Process of Power Sector Reform in India},
  author={N. Dubash and S. C. Rajan}
}
T he electric power sector in India is in a state of upheaval. Over the decade of the 1990s, the long-held belief in public ownership and operation of this critical sector has been eroded. In its place has emerged a growing vision of the sector organised around participation by the private sector, competition and independent regulation. The significance of these changes for economic, distributive and political outcomes is potentially profound. Since independence, the sector has been operated as… Expand
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