B.R. Ambedkar, Economic Development and Dalits in Post-Independence India
This book examines Ambedkar the economist. It foregrounds his economic ideas within the context of post-independence India. It also studies the socio-economic status of Dalits in the country focusing on Ambedkar’s views on inclusive and equitable growth.
· Focuses on the economic writings of Ambedkar and looks at his views on caste and its economic implications, monetary and fiscal systems, as well as exchange rate and trade;
· Discusses issues like land reforms and agrarian change, poverty, higher education and human rights from a Dalit perspective;
· Examines the relevance of Ambedkar’s economic ideas for contemporary India.
Drawing on interdisciplinary research methods, this book will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of economics, political science, development studies, history, human rights, and South Asian studies.
1. Dr. Ambedkar's Perspective of Economic Development and Its Relevance for Contemporary India 2. Dr. Ambedkar on Education and Educational Development of Dalits in India 3. Land, Labour, Poverty and Dalits: Post Independence Period 4. Land Reform and Agrarian Change: The Post-Independence Period 5. Employment and Unemployment Situation among Different Social Groups at All India and State Level 6. Caste, Land and Human Rights of Dalits: A Perspective