India: The Past and Its Future
Asian Development Review, 2006, vol. 23-2, issue 2, 36-52
The unshackling of India from its historically low rate of growth has occurred. The challenge of maintaining high growth rates in some states and igniting them in the presently bypassed and marginalized states has to be met squarely. Sustaining high overall growth rates would require that rising inequalities be checked, if not reversed, to broaden the inclusiveness of growth.
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