The economy of modern India, 1860-1970

@inproceedings{Tomlinson1993TheEO,
  title={The economy of modern India, 1860-1970},
  author={B. Tomlinson},
  year={1993}
}
1. Introduction: development and underdevelopment in colonial India 2. Agriculture 1860-1950: land, labour and capital 3. Trade and manufacture 1860-1945: firms, markets and the colonial state 4. The state and the economy, 1939-1970: the emergence of economic management in India 5. Conclusion. 
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