Retired Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Amitabh Kant, who served as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog) (2016-2022), has authored a new book titled “Made In India: 75 Years of Business and Enterprise” published by the Rupa Publications India.
The essence of the book:
The book coincides with India reaching a significant milestone by becoming the 5th largest economy in the world, surpassing its former colonial master, the United Kingdom (UK), after 75 years of independence. Amitabh Kant’s other books: Branding India-An Incredible Story, Incredible India 2.0, Editor of “The Path Ahead- Transformative Ideas for India”, and the author of over 500 published articles in leading Indian newspapers.
Seventy-five years after India attained freedom at the stroke of the midnight hour, the Indian economy has emerged as one of the largest in the world, with a vibrant start-up ecosystem. It has certainly come a long way since the time economic performance, shackled by socialist policies and the License-Permit-Quota Raj, was christened the ‘Hindu rate of growth’. In an attempt to understand this remarkably robust and resilient growth story of Indian business and enterprise, Amitabh Kant offers a multi-faceted survey of the nation’s business heritage and culture in Made in India.
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