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	Sociology of India’s Economic Elites

Sociology of India’s Economic Elites

SAMAJ 15|2017

South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal

Surinder S. JODHKA , Jules NAUDET
Surinder S. Jodhka, Jules Naudet (ed.)


Surinder S. Jodhka and Jules Naudet

Towards a Sociology of India’s Economic Elite: Beyond the Neo-Orientalist and Managerialist Perspectives


Chirashree Das Gupta and Mohit Gupta

The Hindu Undivided Family in Independent India’s Corporate Governance and Tax Regime


Surajit Mazumdar

From “Outsider” to Insider: The Case of Reliance


Roland Lardinois

Indian Software Capital: Sociography of a New Entrepreneurial Elite


Odile Henry and Mathieu Ferry

When Cracking the JEE is not Enough

Processes of Elimination and Differentiation, from Entry to Placement, in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)


Jivanta Schoettli and Markus Pohlmann

A “New” Economic Elite in India: Transnational and Neoliberal?


Ujithra Ponniah

Reproducing Elite Lives: Women in Aggarwal Family Businesses


Olivier Roueff

Elite Delights: The Structure of Art Gallery Networks in India


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