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Gandhian Economics: 1900 to Present: South, Central, and West Asia
The school of Gandhian economics begins with and expands upon the economic thought of Mohandas Gandhi (1869–1948), the Indian nationalist.
The chief characteristic of Gandhian economics is the lack of a distinction between economics and social ethics. Economic activity is ...
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