Economic Thinking of Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi and Rabindranath Tagore
- 284 pages, Indian paperback
Although they were not economists, these three great men of India were keenly interested in the uplift of the masses.
In their own way, they suggested remedies by which our social and economic life could be made better and richer. A key point of the author is that philosophy and economics have a relationship even though both are separate and substantive intellectual disciplines.
The author is a retired professor of economics at Calcutta University, and formerly professor and head of the Department of Economics at Burdwan University.