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The politics of economic restructuring in India : economic governance and state spatial rescaling / Loraine Kennedy.

By: Kennedy, Loraine.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Routledge contemporary South Asia series ; 75.Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2014Description: xvii, 167 p. : ill. maps. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780415822824 (pbk.).Subject(s): Economic development -- India | Industrial policy -- India | India -- Economic policy -- 20th century | India -- Politics and government -- 20th century | India -- GeographyDDC classification: 338.954 KEN Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1.The politics of economic restructuring in India 1.1.Introducing the core topics 1.2.Theoretical foundations 1.3.A hybrid conceptual framework 1.4.Positioning this research 1.5.Presenting the volume 2.Nation-building and scale in India's federal polity 2.1.Institutional infrastructure of India's federal system 2.2.State scaling in the service of a national development strategy 2.3.Policy space at the State level 2.4.Political economy of multilevel policy-making 2.5.Scales for political society and collective action 2.6.The emergence of regional parties 2.7.Conclusion 3.The politics and scales of economic reforms 3.1.The substance of India's economic reforms 3.2.Sovereignty issues: the decision to reform in 1991 3.3.A first phase of policy reform in the 1980s 3.4.Policy-making in a multiscalar framework 3.5.The politics of reforms 3.6.Regional political systems 3.7.Conclusion Contents note continued: 4.Reforms and the resealing of state spaces 4.1.Subnational states in the resealing literature 4.2.Competitive regions: promotional policies for industrial development 4.3.Changing perceptions of subnational territory 4.4.Reform of States' public finances and central directives 4.5.Fiscal scope and subnational state capacity 4.6.Analytical narratives of State-level reforms 4.7.Conclusion 4.8.Appendix 5.State spatial strategies via Special Economic Zones 5.1.India's revamped SEZ policy 5.2.Economic performance and spatial effects of SEZs 5.3.Resealing economic regulation 5.4.Implementing the SEZ policy in a multiscalar state 5.5.Land a State `subject'? 5.6.State-level strategies for developing SEZs 5.7.Anti-SEZ mobilisation and policy responsiveness 5.8.Conclusion 5.9.Appendix 6.State spaces and changing urban scales 6.1.Entrepreneurialism and urban governance.. engaging with the literature Contents note continued: 6.2.Policy neglect and the `urban turn' 6.3.Decentralisation and territorial reorganisation 6.4.Metropolitan resealing; the making of `Greater Hyderabad' 6.5.Sub-municipal scales - new geographies of urban services 6.6.Cyberabad Development Area - a spatial instrument 6.7.Conclusion 6.8.Appendix 7.Conclusion: the politics of economic and state restructuring in India 7.1.Institutions, social processes and space 7.2.Reconfiguration of state spatial scales 7.3.Scalar effects of economic reforms and post-reform strategies 7.4.Economic policy-making at subnational scales 7.5.Interactions between resealing and economic governance 7.6.Theoretical insights from the Indian case.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 150-161) and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1.The politics of economic restructuring in India
1.1.Introducing the core topics
1.2.Theoretical foundations
1.3.A hybrid conceptual framework
1.4.Positioning this research
1.5.Presenting the volume
2.Nation-building and scale in India's federal polity
2.1.Institutional infrastructure of India's federal system
2.2.State scaling in the service of a national development strategy
2.3.Policy space at the State level
2.4.Political economy of multilevel policy-making
2.5.Scales for political society and collective action
2.6.The emergence of regional parties
2.7.Conclusion
3.The politics and scales of economic reforms
3.1.The substance of India's economic reforms
3.2.Sovereignty issues: the decision to reform in 1991
3.3.A first phase of policy reform in the 1980s
3.4.Policy-making in a multiscalar framework
3.5.The politics of reforms
3.6.Regional political systems
3.7.Conclusion
Contents note continued: 4.Reforms and the resealing of state spaces
4.1.Subnational states in the resealing literature
4.2.Competitive regions: promotional policies for industrial development
4.3.Changing perceptions of subnational territory
4.4.Reform of States' public finances and central directives
4.5.Fiscal scope and subnational state capacity
4.6.Analytical narratives of State-level reforms
4.7.Conclusion
4.8.Appendix
5.State spatial strategies via Special Economic Zones
5.1.India's revamped SEZ policy
5.2.Economic performance and spatial effects of SEZs
5.3.Resealing economic regulation
5.4.Implementing the SEZ policy in a multiscalar state
5.5.Land
a State `subject'?
5.6.State-level strategies for developing SEZs
5.7.Anti-SEZ mobilisation and policy responsiveness
5.8.Conclusion
5.9.Appendix
6.State spaces and changing urban scales
6.1.Entrepreneurialism and urban governance.. engaging with the literature
Contents note continued: 6.2.Policy neglect and the `urban turn'
6.3.Decentralisation and territorial reorganisation
6.4.Metropolitan resealing; the making of `Greater Hyderabad'
6.5.Sub-municipal scales
- new geographies of urban services
6.6.Cyberabad Development Area
- a spatial instrument
6.7.Conclusion
6.8.Appendix
7.Conclusion: the politics of economic and state restructuring in India
7.1.Institutions, social processes and space
7.2.Reconfiguration of state spatial scales
7.3.Scalar effects of economic reforms and post-reform strategies
7.4.Economic policy-making at subnational scales
7.5.Interactions between resealing and economic governance
7.6.Theoretical insights from the Indian case.

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