Rethinking The Developmental State Model: Divided Leviathan and Subnational Comparisons In India
For some time, the concept of the developmental state has been at the center of debate in comparative political economy. It encompasses the view that state intervention is necessary not merely to correct for market failures arising out of scarce capital, externalities, and technological improvement but also to achieve long-term capital accumulation and society-wide developmental.
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Aseema Sinha, 2003. “Rethinking The Developmental State Model: Divided Leviathan and Subnational Comparisons In India.” Comparative Politics, Vol. 35, No. 4.