Getting India Back On Track: An Action Agenda For Reform is a collection of essays written by leading Indian policymakers and analysts, who have come together to find solutions to some crucial questions.
It discusses and analyses the opportunities and challenges that India currently face. Highly detailed and policy-driven, each of the seventeen chapters are presented like a memoranda that offers solutions to the new Indian government. Some of the contributors to this book include Surjit Bhalla, Omkar Goswami, Ila Patnaik, C Raja Mohan and Ashok Gulati, amongst others. These experts recommend policies in every major sector of the Indian economy, like how to strengthen the rule of law, expand education and skills, manage urbanisation, revamp agriculture, generate employment, rejuvenate foreign policy and more. This non-fiction book covers the scale and complexity of the problems that India faces at the state and national levels. in the foreword, Ratan N Tata writes that it is high time that our nation cemented its place as a major global, political and economic player.
This book is ideal for anyone who is interested in knowing what India's future may hold. It addresses both domestic and foreign issues and provides a clear road map for the government on how to take India forward.