Economist Gandhi: The Roots and the Relevance of the Political Economy of the Mahatma (Hardcover)

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Examining Mahatma Gandhi through an unconventional lens, this book is an original and thought-provoking contribution to Gandhian literature. A refreshing take on the Mahatma's economic philosophy, Economist Gandhi tells us why we need to look at him as an unlikely management guru and an original thinker who enriched the discourse around market capitalism. The book explains Gandhi's positive approach towards business: even though he greatly reduced his individual wants, he was against poverty and wanted every Indian to enjoy a materially comfortable life.
Economist Gandhi is probably the first book on Gandhi that claims that he was not against business and capitalists. It not only provides insights into a hidden facet of Gandhi's personality-his thoughts on economics and capitalism-but also enlightens the reader about some of Gandhi's views on religion, ethics, human nature, education and society. The book unveils a Gandhi who is brilliant, daring and, most importantly, distinctive.

About the Author


Jaithirth Rao is an Indian entrepreneur. He is the founder and former CEO of MphasiS, a software company. He is also the founder of Value and Budget Housing Corporation, an affordable housing venture which he founded in 2008.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780670096237
ISBN-10: 0670096237
Publisher: India Portfolio
Publication Date: April 15th, 2022
Pages: 256
Language: English