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Locked in Place:
State-Building and Late Industrialization in India
Vivek Chibber

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface ix
Acknowledgments xv
List of Abbreviations xix
PART I: The Issues and the Argument 1
CHAPTER 1
Introduction 3
CHAPTER 2
Late Development and State-Building 13
The Two Dimensions of Industrial Policy 14
Industrial Policy and State Capacity 17
State Capacity as Dilemma 23
Installing the Developmental State: Four Theses 29
Locked in Place: The Reproduction of the State 44
PART II: Installing the State 49
CHAPTER 3
The Origins of the Developmental State in Korea 51
Introduction 51
The Two Varieties of Statism 53
The Continuity Thesis 55
The Discontinuity Thesis 57
A Critique of the Statist Discontinuity Thesis 62
The Origins of the Developmental State 66
A Look Ahead 82
CHAPTER 4
Precursors to Planning in India: The Myth of the Developmental Bourgeoisie 85
Introduction 85
The Backdrop to the Bombay Plan 88
The Bombay Plan 94
The Capitalist Class and the Demise of the Bombay Plan 98
The Roots of Business Opposition 107
CHAPTER 5
The Demobilization of the Labor Movement 110
Introduction 110
Congress and the Popular Classes 112
The Postwar Labor Upsurge 116
A "Responsible" Labor Movement 118
The Significance of Demobilization 125
CHAPTER 6
The Business Offensive and the Retreat of the State 127
Introduction 127
The Commitment to Import-Substitution 129
Jettisoning Nationalization 132
Disciplinary Planning and the Business Offensive 137
The Institutional Outcome (1):
The Planning Commission 146
The Institutional Outcome (2):
The Filters on Discipline 152
PART III: Reproducing the State 159
CHAPTER 7
State Structure and Industrial Policy 161
Introduction 161
State Structure and Industrial Policy in Korea 164
State Structure and Industrial Policy in India 170
The Rationality of Non-Disciplinary Industrial Policy 183
CHAPTER 8
Locked in Place: Explaining the Non-Occurrence of Reform 193
Introduction 193
Existing Explanations for the Absence of Reform 194
The Crisis of 1957 and the Search for Solutions 196
The Attempt at Export Promotion 199
Agenda-Setting and the Declining Legitimacy of the Planning Process 206
The Reform Episode of the Mid-Sixties 212
CHAPTER 9
Conclusion 222
Bringing Capital "Back In" 222
Capital and the Developmental State 226
The Routes to and Obstacles against ELI 233
Of Possibilities and Roads Not Taken 239
EPILOGUE
The Decline of Development Models 244
Korea: The Revolt against the Developmental State 245
India: The Gradual Implosion of ISI 248
Notes 255
Bibliography 309
Index 327

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