Restart: The Last Chance for the Indian Economy

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Random House India, Mar 1, 2016 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
In Restart, Mihir S. Sharma shows what can and must change in India's policies, its administration and even its attitudes. The answers he provides are not obvious. Nor are they all comforting or conventional. Yet they could, in less time than you can imagine, unleash the creativity of a billion hopeful Indians.
 

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What is the matter with India?
Why we cant build
A future unwoven
Men who guard machines
THE STAINS OF PAST SINS
Halfreforms half work
My father the believer
Bridges to nowhere
Someone to rely
Whats worse than the government?
All innovation is frugal
Democracy the unlikely hero
Five bad choices
Whos your daddy?
Holding up land
Indiaclass cities

Its all about growth
Looking the other
Searching for suitcases
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About the author (2016)

Mihir S. Sharma is a writer and an opinions editor for the Business Standard newspaper in New Delhi.

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