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|Book Name :||Economic Growth Democracy and Human Development|
|Weight (In gms) :||430|
|Book Ref Number :||ISBN 9788189851071|
|Number of Pages :||460|
This book aims at the process of economic growth theories that lead to economic development. After analyzing the existing capitalistic growth-development theoretical apparatus, a new model is introduced which integrates the variables of freedom, democracy and human rights into the existing models and argue that any future equitable economic growth-development of any nation depends on this emerging model as we witness the unfolding demand for democracy in the world and supports democratic India's effort to inclusive development.
John Joseph Puthenkalam, S. J. was born in 1956 in Kerala, India. He joined the Society of Jesus, Jesuits, in 1976 and did his Jesuit Training in Bangalore and Philosophy degree studies at Chennai. He studied at St. Berchman's (S.B) College of Kerala University and Devagiri St. Joseph's College of Calicut University and obtained his M.A. in Economics at Trichy St. Joseph's College of Bharatidasan Univeristy, Tamil Nadu, in 1984. In 1986, he came to Japan and upon completing his Japanese language programme, he enrolled at Sophia University, Tokyo for his Theology studies. He obtained M.A. and M.Th degrees in Theology and was ordained a Catholic Priest in 1992 in Kerala. He also obtained M.Sc and Doctoral degrees in Economics from the University of Glasgow, U.K. in 1996. Presently, he is a professor at the Faculty of Economics of Sophia University, teaching mainly in Japanese and English, courses related to economic growth and development, globalization and business ethics. He is also Dean and professor at the Graduate Division of Global Environmental Studies teaching courses related to environment and development issues of developing countries. In 2016, he is appointed as Trustee for Global Academic Affairs of Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Prof. John Chathanatt, S.J. is a Jesuit belonging to the Delhi Province of the Society of Jesus and is Professor emeritus and former Principal of Vidyajyoti College of Theology, Delhi. He has been the Vice-President and Research Director at the Indian Social Institute, New Delhi, India. He has degrees in Mathematics, Economics, Philosophy and Theology. He has his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, U.S.A. He was an International Visiting Fellow at the Woodstock Theological Centre, Georgetown University, Washington DC, in 2001-2002. He is a Visiting professor in many Theological Faculties and was also a Research Fellow cum Visiting Faculty at Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University at Berkeley, California, U.S.A. He has six books to his credit; the recent being an edited work, Unto the Margins: Pope Francis and His Challenges. Besides, he has over 200 published articles in India and abroad. He was editor of Legal News and Views, a monthly published from the Indian Social Institute. At Present he is Superior at Sahayog, 4 Rajniwas Marg, Delhi, and the Convener for the Peace and Dialogue Initiatives, Delhi. e-mail: email@example.com
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