Book Review: ‘Made in India: 75 Years of Business and Enterprise’ by Amitabh Kant

Explore India's business journey and inspire change with 'Made in India'.


Made in India: 75 Years of Business and Enterprise by Amitabh Kant Book Cover

Book Title: Made in India: 75 Years of Business and Enterprise
Author: Amitabh Kant
Publisher: Rupa Publications
Number of Pages: 240
ISBN: 978-9357020688
Date Published: Mar. 05, 2023
Price: INR 449

Book Review

Amitabh Kant’s “Made in India” comprehensively explores India’s economic progress and prowess over the last 75 years. The book provides a multi-faceted survey of India’s business heritage and culture, tracing the country’s development from the colonial period to the present. Kant draws on his extensive experience in government and industry to provide a deep and nuanced analysis of India’s business landscape.

Throughout the book, Kant highlights the success stories that have made India a power to reckon with, discussing key policies and initiatives promoting industrial development in the country. He also showcases the growing presence of Indian businesses in international markets. The book is well-researched, thought-provoking, and provides valuable insights into India’s economic growth and development.

One of the book’s strengths is its ability to showcase the complex interplay of historical, political, and economic factors that have shaped India’s business landscape. Kant provides a detailed account of the challenges and opportunities that have arisen over the years, highlighting the resilience and ingenuity of Indian entrepreneurs and the government’s support in driving economic growth.

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The book is written in a sharp, well-researched, and deftly crafted style, making it an exciting read for entrepreneurs, students, and policymakers interested in understanding India’s business landscape.

Made in India: 75 Years of Business and Enterprise” is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the dynamics of India’s business and enterprise sector. The author’s call for domestic insurance companies and pension funds to invest in startups is a testament to his commitment to promoting India’s economic growth and development.