The emergence of large-scale steel industry in India under British colonial rule, 1880-1907

  title={The emergence of large-scale steel industry in India under British colonial rule, 1880-1907},
  author={V. Bahl},
  journal={Indian Economic & Social History Review},
  pages={413 - 460}
  • V. Bahl
  • Published 1994
  • Sociology
  • Indian Economic & Social History Review
  • before the great war, only a handful of countries were fully industrialised, only another handful were manifestly en route to industrialisation, only one of the industrialising countries was Asiatic, and none combined India’s poverty and complexity with its size .... This, one of the earliest, if not the earliest, ’attempt’ to industrialise a profoundly impoverished subcontinent, the conception and abortion of the ’new industrial policy’ has a relevance extending beyond the Indian experience… CONTINUE READING
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