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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Swamy, Subramanian. Economic growth in China and India, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Book Reviews: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS Subramanian Swamy. Economic Growth in China and India, A Com parative Appraisal. Chicago, Ill.: University of Author: I.N. Mukherji. Economic growth in China and India, a comparative appraisal by Subramanian Swamy; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Economic conditions; . Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Economic growth in China and India, by Subramanian Swamy, Cited by:
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Economic Growth in China and India, A Comparative Appraisal by Subramanian Swamy really liked it avg rating — 6 ratings — published This is the difficult question that will be discussed in the second part of the book. This is a preview of subscription content “Economic Growth in China and India, A Comparative Appraisal.” Economic Development Adler-Karlsson G. () Trade, Growth, Democracy, Author: G. Adler-Karlsson. In Swamy published Indian Economic Planning—An Alternative Approach; in he released Economic Growth in China and India A Comparative Appraisal; in . It is seen that before economic growth in India and China (measured in terms of growth rate of income per capita by calculating purchasing power parity) was relatively slow. However, .