Rudolph, Lloyd I

Explaining Indian democracy: a fifty-year perspective, 1956-2006 - New Delhi Oxford University Press 2008 - 3 v. : ill. ; - Oxford collected essays .

This volume is the second of the three volumes that collect the Rudolphs' life works over a period of fifty years since their first visit to India in 1956. Volume II comprises two parts: Processes of State Formation and Processes of Institutional Change. The five essays in the first section,
Processes of State Formation, engage with the processes of state formation in India and provide a larger comparative historical framework in which it can be understood. The eight essays in the second section, Processes of Institutional Change, span 37 years of India's independent history (1965-2002)
in the aftermath of the war with China in 1962, to changes in India's political institutions, and an analysis of a decade of economic reforms in 2002.

9780195693645 (v. 1) 0195693647 (v. 1) 9780195693652 (v. 2) 0195693655 (v. 2) 9780195693669 (v. 3) 0195693663 (v. 3)


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