The Wild East: Criminal Political Economies In South Asia by Barbara Harriss-WhiteThe Wild East: Criminal Political Economies In South Asia by Barbara Harriss-White

The Wild East: Criminal Political Economies In South Asia

EditorBarbara Harriss-White, Lucia Michelutti

Paperback | March 3, 2020

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Title:The Wild East: Criminal Political Economies In South AsiaFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:380 pages, 6.25 × 9.25 × 0.68 inShipping dimensions:6.25 × 9.25 × 0.68 inPublished:March 3, 2020Publisher:UCL PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1787353249

ISBN - 13:9781787353244


Table of Contents

Introduction Barbara Harriss-White and Lucia Michelutti 1. The criminal economics and politics of black coal in Jharkhand, 2014 Nigel Singh and Barbara Harriss-White 2. Jharia's century-old fire kept ablaze by crime and politics Smita Gupta 3. Sand and the Politics of Plunder in Tamil Nadu, India J. Jeyaranjan 4. Himalayan Hydro-criminality: Dams, Development and Politics in Arunachal Pradesh, India Deepak K Mishra 5. Crime in the Air: Spectrum Markets and the Telecommunications Sector in India Jai Bhatia 6. The inter-State criminal life of sand and oil in North India, western Uttar Pradesh Lucia Michelutti 7. Red sanders mafia' in South India Violence, electoral democracy and labour David Picherit 8. 'The Land and Real Estate Mafia', East India, West Bengal Tone K. Sissener 9. Politics, Capital, and Land Grabs in Punjab, India Nicolas Martin 10. The Politics of Contracting inProvincial Bangladesh Arild Engelsen Ruud 11. Putting Out the Baldia Factory Fire: How the Trial of Karachi's Industrial Capitalism Did Not Happen Laurent Gayer