India Grows at Night: A Liberal Case for a Strong State by Gurcharan Das
India Grows at Night: A Liberal Case for A Strong State is a book about the current state of the country. The book describes how the country's growing economy has surpassed its ineffective government. The author opines that the growth of the private sector takes place despite the government's incompetence and that in itself reflects the strength and motivation of Indian society.
India Grows at Night: A Liberal Case for A Strong State shows how India has always been crippled with issues of weak governance. However, in recent times, the private sector has become a force to reckon with, due to the rise of the IT sector. Other international brands are working in harmony with Indian companies and the economy has seen a steady growth.
The book is a testament to the fact that a country's economy is not governed by the state. Moreover, the book explores the possibilities that might be available to India if the state took more interest in private enterprises. The author opines that if the state and the private sector were to cooperate, then the nation's growth would not be limited just to the economy and that the general state of the public would also improve. The book was published in 2013 by Penguin India and is available in paperback format.
- The ideas and concepts discussed in the book can arm the general public with valuable knowledge of how the country is supposed to be run, as opposed to its current state.
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