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by Ashwani Deshpande

Author: Ashwani Deshpande
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (September 25, 2011)
Pages: 272 pages
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This book explores contemporary patterns of economic discrimination faced by Dalits and religious minorities like Muslims, and the underlying attitudinal orientations that contribute to inequality in various spheres of life.

This book explores contemporary patterns of economic discrimination faced by Dalits and religious minorities like Muslims, and the underlying attitudinal orientations that contribute to inequality in various spheres of life. It investigates empirical evidence of discrimination by focusing on the urban labour market as well as other markets in rural areas.

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This book examines the contemporary nature of caste disparities in India by using a framework that integrates discussions on caste from other social science disciplines with those from within economics. The Grammar of Caste: Economic Discrimination in Contemporary India," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9780198072034. Handle: RePEc:oxp:obooks:9780198072034.

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This book examines the contemporary nature of caste disparities in India by using a framework that integrates discussions on caste from other social science disciplines with those from within economics

This book examines the contemporary nature of caste disparities in India by using a framework that integrates discussions on caste from other social science disciplines with those from within economics. Offering evidence based on economic analysis, it questions commonly-held views and challenges traditional wisdom.

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The grammar of caste: Economic discrimination in contemporary India. Caste at birth? Redefining disparity in India. Oxford University Press, 2011. Where the path leads: The role of caste in post-university employment expectations. A Deshpande, K Newman. Economic and Political Weekly, 4133-4140, 2007. Assets versus autonomy? The changing face of the gender-caste overlap in India. Feminist Economics 8 (2), 19-35, 2002. Recasting economic inequality.

Items related to The Grammar of Caste : Economic Discrimination in Contempora. Home Ashwini Deshpande The Grammar of Caste : Economic Discrimination in Contemporary. This book examines the contemporary nature of caste disparities in India by using a framework that integrates discussions on caste from other social science disciplines with those from within economics.

This book examines the contemporary nature of caste disparities in India by using a framework that integrates discussions on caste from other social science disciplines with those from within economics. It brings together quantitative evidence on different dimensions of caste disparities based on two large national-level data sets, in order to analyze the degree of change in the caste system over the last two decades. Offering evidence based on economic analysis, it questions commonly-held views and challenges traditional wisdom. The author uses the latest methods that allow researchers to gauge discrimination and shows how some of these methods have been used in the Indian context and what the quest has yielded. The book also discusses policy responses to disparities and discrimination by reviewing the existing quota system.