Is Caste Still Relevant in Post-Liberalization India? Let’s find out an answers to this question with PDF format of “Caste as Social Capital” by R. Vaidyanathan Book.
In a rapidly changing world, where traditional institutions are often perceived as outdated, caste continues to thrive in India even after liberalization. While religious, social, and political aspects of caste have been studied extensively, its economic significance remains underestimated. Enter “Caste as Social Capital” by R. Vaidyanathan, an eye-opening exploration of how caste influences business, economics, and entrepreneurship.
“Caste as Social Capital” delves deep into the economic underpinnings of caste in India, specifically focusing on its role in facilitating business and entrepreneurship. The book challenges conventional notions and sheds light on the impact of caste networks on finance, markets, and workforce dynamics, presenting a fresh perspective on this age-old institution.
In this book, you’ll learn:
- How caste networks contribute to the establishment and functioning of businesses.
- The economic ramifications of caste in terms of access to finance and a readily available workforce.
- The qualitative view of caste’s influence on entrepreneurship and market dynamics.
Are you ready to unlock a new understanding of caste’s significance in India’s economic landscape?
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