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Document Type(s):Journal Article
Article/Chapter Title:How Moral is South Asia's Economy?- A Review Article
Journal Title:Journal of Asian Studies
Author(s):Appadurai, Arjun
Religion(s):Hinduism
Date of Publication:1984
Volume:43
Issue:no. 3
Pages:481-97
Annotation:Providing substantial summaries and assessments of works by Amartya Sen, Paul Greenough, Michelle McAlpin, Morgan Maclachlan, and Kathleen Gough, this article compares and evaluates various analyses of the relationship between morality and politics in influencing the distribution and management of resources in South Asia. Appadurai focuses on two concepts in particular, “entitlement” and “enfranchisement,” and argues that these terms can provide new insights on the problems faced by the rural poor of South Asia.
   
 
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