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Globalizing India : perspectives from below / edited by Jackie Assayag and C.J. Fuller.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2005
Imprint:
London : Anthem, 2005.
Format:
  • Book
  • vi, 236 p. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Introduction / Jackie Assayag and C.J. Fuller
  • On the history of globalization and India : concepts, measures and debates / G. Balachandran and Sanjay Subrahmanyam
  • In search of "basmatisthan" : agro-nationalism and globalization / Denis Vidal
  • Seeds of wrath : agriculture, biotechnology and globalization / Jackie Assayag
  • Weaving for IKEA in South India : subcontracting, labour markets and gender relations in a global value chain / Geert De Neve
  • Children are capital, grandchildren are interest : changing educational strategies and parenting in Calcutta's middle-class families / Henrike Donner
  • Of languages, passions and interests : education, regionalism and globalization in Maharashtra, 1800-2000 / Véronique Bénéï
  • Maps of audiences : Bombay films, the French territory and the making of an "oblique" market / Emmanuel Grimaud
  • Malabar gods, nation-building and world culture : on perceptions of the local and the global / Gilles Tarabout
  • Globalizing Hinduism : a "traditional" guru and modern businessmen in Chennai / C.J. Fuller and John Harriss.
Contributor:
Assayag, Jackie.
Fuller, C. J. (Christopher John), 1949-
Series:
Anthem South Asian studies.
Subjects:
ISBN:
1843311941
184331195X
9781843311942
9781843311959

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