The long road to the 1991 economic crisis
The global oil shock may have triggered the balance of payments crisis, but years of short-sighted policy led up to it
Before 1991, all major post-Independence economic crises in India were caused by exogenous forces—the contribution of policy errors towards their exacerbation notwithstanding—whether by war or drought or global commodity shocks. Not the 1991 crisis.
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