By Tojo Joseph Thatchenkery, Roger R. Stough
India has turn into a hugely seen player within the info verbal exchange know-how (ICT) undefined. because the Nineteen Nineties, it's been one of many quickest turning out to be economies on the planet, rising because the so much watched try out of worldwide capitalism. The members to this quantity study how the ICT-driven improvement of India appears to be like to have skipped the center phases of the conventional financial improvement versions and leapfrogged on to the ultimate degree wherein development is generally technologically pushed.
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As such it has been general but at the same time it has attempted to identify the critical elements of the past 60 or so years of economic development practice and policy in general and to some extent as applied to the Indian experience. At the same time it has not been a definitive treatment either generally or more specifically as it applies to India. What it does accomplish it to show some of the major elements of development practice and the Indian development trajectory and to surface some of the more important questions that are discussed in later chapters of the book.
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