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Analysing Social Opposition to Reforms: The Electricity Sector in India discusses the possibility of compensating losers and sequencing reform strategies. It uses empirical evidence from the Indian electricity sector to suggest that much of the opposition can be explained in terms of the (short term) losses due to reforms.
Analysing social opposition to reforms: the electricity sector in India. [V Santhakumar] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for This book analyzes how contexts shape the opposition of people to market-oriented reforms.
Get this from a library. Analysing social opposition to reforms: the electricity sector in India. [V Santhakumar] -- This book examines how market contexts shape the opposition of people to public sector reforms, with evidence from the Indian electricity.
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