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          The Political Economy of Green Growth in India (English)
          Report by Banerjee, Payal, Sood, Atul, 2012, 20 pages
          Categories: Globalization and Development Strategies, Trade and Environment

          This paper analyses how emerging economies like India have responded to the opposing demands of inclusive growth and more equitable development aimed at closing social divides, and explores the politics of green growth with a case study of two seemingly contradictory development trajectories: the Green Mission and the hydroelectric power (HEP) projects and dams on the river Teesta in India’s northeastern Himalayan region.