Locked in Place
State-Building and Late Industrialization in India
By (author) Vivek Chibber
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Locked in Place by Vivek Chibber
Book DescriptionWhy were some countries able to build "developmental states" in the decades after World War II while others were not? Through a richly detailed examination of India's experience, Locked in Place argues that the critical factor was the reaction of domestic capitalists to the state-building project. During the 1950s and 1960s, India launched an extremely ambitious and highly regarded program of state-led development. But it soon became clear that the Indian state lacked the institutional capacity to carry out rapid industrialization. Drawing on newly available archival sources, Vivek Chibber mounts a forceful challenge to conventional arguments by showing that the insufficient state capacity stemmed mainly from Indian industrialists' massive campaign, in the years after Independence, against a strong developmental state. Chibber contrasts India's experience with the success of a similar program of state-building in South Korea, where political elites managed to harness domestic capitalists to their agenda. He then develops a theory of the structural conditions that can account for the different reactions of Indian and Korean capitalists as rational responses to the distinct development models adopted in each country. Provocative and marked by clarity of prose, this book is also the first historical study of India's post-colonial industrial strategy. Emphasizing the central role of capital in the state-building process, and restoring class analysis to the core of the political economy of development, Locked in Place is an innovative work of theoretical power that will interest development specialists, political scientists, and historians of the subcontinent.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780691126234
(229mm x 152mm x 22mm)
Imprint: Princeton University Press
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publish Date: 4-Apr-2006
Country of Publication: United States
Books By Author Vivek Chibber
Debate on Postcolonial Theory and the Spectre of Capital, Paperback (November 2016)
Leading thinkers' critiques of award-winning Postcolonial Theory, as well as the author's responses and reformulations
Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital, Hardback (March 2013)View all books by Vivek Chibber
A provocative intellectual assault on the Subalternists' foundational work.
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Author Biography - Vivek Chibber
Vivek Chibber is Associate Professor of Sociology at New York University.
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