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This course teaches the fundamentals of Indian models of economy, business and management. Contrary to dominant academic opinion, there are Indian models of economy. There are Indian models of economy which are functioning all over rural and urban India.

They are not taught about in business and management universities and colleges. They function despite our current education system. They are taught and sustained by traditional Indian values and function in a traditional Indian set-up.

This course teaches these fundamentals in six chapters discussing: Indian economic models, ancient Indian economic system, performance of Indian economy under the British and after Independence, dominant western economic models and Indian models as compared to them.

What You’ll Learn

  • You will learn about the Indian economic models working at all levels of Indian society through interesting case studies like the kite makers of Gujarat, the Karur bankers and the Coimbatore flower-sellers etc.

  • You will learn the ancient Indian economic system, the share of GDP of India in the global GDP at various periods in history. You will learn the status of education, agriculture, manufacturing, wealth, governance and business in India during the ancient as well as medieval times.

  • You will learn what was the state of Indian economy, agriculture, trade and industry in British India and how the British led to the economic drain and de-industrialization of India and led to widespread mass poverty. You will also learn what happened after independence in the above mentioned fields.

  • You will get to learn the dominant economic models of the West including the market capitalism and communism. Finally you will get to learn the fundamentals of Indian economic models and what are the values that they base themselves upon.

Course Curriculum

Chapter 1 - Are There any Indian Economic Models?
1.1 – Are there any Indian Economic Models? 00:00:00
1.2 – India after Independence 00:00:00
1.3 – My Experience with Indian Economic Model 00:00:00
1.4 – Karur: A Case Study of Indian Economic Model 00:00:00
1.5 – The Kite Manufacturers: A Case Study of Indian Economic Model 00:00:00
1.6 – Indian Tradition and Indian Economic Model 00:00:00
1.7 – First-Hand Experience of Students 00:00:00
1.8 – Indian Economic Model as a Functioning Reality 00:00:00
Quiz 1: Indian Models of Economy, Business and Management — 1 Unlimited
Chapter 2 - Ancient Indian Economic System
2.1 – India and Global GDP: Ancient India 00:00:00
2.2 – Agriculture: Ancient India 00:00:00
2.3 – Manufacturing: Ancient India 00:00:00
2.4 – Education in India 00:00:00
2.5 – Wealth in India 00:00:00
2.6 – Governance and Business in India 00:00:00
Quiz 2: Indian Models of Economy, Business and Management — 1 Unlimited
Chapter 3 - India under the British Rule
3.1 – Indian Economy under the British Rule 00:00:00
3.2 – Agriculture under the British Rule 00:00:00
3.3 – Trade under the British Rule 00:00:00
3.4 – The Economic Drain 00:00:00
3.5 – De-Industrialization of India 00:00:00
3.6 – Poverty and the Un-British Rule of India 00:00:00
Quiz 3: Indian Models of Economy, Business and Management — 1 Unlimited
Chapter 4 - India since Independence
4.1 – Indian Economy at Independence 00:00:00
4.2 – Indian Economy: 1950 -1980 00:00:00
4.3 – What Drove the Indian Economy? 00:00:00
4.4 – India’s Unique Economic Model 00:00:00
Quiz 4: Indian Models of Economy, Business and Management — 1 Unlimited
Chapter 5 - The Western Economic Models
5.1 – A Brief History of Western Economic Models 00:00:00
5.2 – A Critique of Western Economic Model 00:00:00
5.3 – A Critique of Modern Capitalist System 00:00:00
5.4 – The Global Economic Crisis 00:00:00
5.5 – Communism 00:00:00
5.6 – Is Western Economic Model Universal? 00:00:00
5.7 – The Relation between Culture and Economic Development 00:00:00
Quiz 5: Indian Models of Economy, Business and Management — 1 Unlimited
Chapter 6 - An Introduction to Indian Economic Model
6.1 – Family Base 00:00:00
6.2 – High Level of Savings 00:00:00
6.3 – Self-Employment 00:00:00
6.4 – Highly Entrepreneurial Nature 00:00:00
6.5 – Non-corporate Sector as the Core of the Economy 00:00:00
6.6 – Community Orientation and Higher Social Capital 00:00:00
6.7 – Faith and Relationship in Economic Affairs 00:00:00
6.8 – A Society-driven Economy 00:00:00
6.9 – Driven by Norms and Values 00:00:00
Quiz 6: Indian Models of Economy, Business and Management — 1 Unlimited

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