Investment-induced displacement in central India. A study in extractive capitalism

@article{Damodaran2018InvestmentinducedDI,
  title={Investment-induced displacement in central India. A study in extractive capitalism},
  author={Vinita Damodaran and Felix Padel},
  journal={Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and The Middle East},
  year={2018},
  volume={38},
  pages={396-411}
}
India’s abundant natural resources are a key feature of its new found status as ‘emerging market’ that attracts foreign investments. As India’s output of these metals and their ores increases, investments pour into India to secure deals over mineral deposits and manufacturing plants. Apart from direct funding for new projects, the new investments pay for a large increase in deployment of security forces, multi-layered ‘briberization’, and ‘protection money’ funding Maoist outfits, in yet… Expand
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