I started blogging as an undergraduate student, in 2006. Since then, I have written posts about (i) the Indian economy, (ii) history of economic thought, (iii) classical political economy, and (iv) critiques of marginalist or neoclassical economics. In the recent years, most of my writing time has been devoted to articles and book reviews in journals and less to blogging. Although I do frequently wish I could spend more time blogging.
I am now happy to share that several issues I have written about in this space has significantly helped me in writing my book Macroeconomics: An Introduction (2021), published by Cambridge University Press. The conceptual discussions are situated within the Indian context.
For a preview, see Google Books.
If you have institutional subscription to Cambridge Core, you can access the ebook.
The price for the Indian edition is Rs. 495 and will soon be available through Amazon and independent bookstores.
I had given an early book talk at BITS Pilani, Hyderabad; the video recording is available on my YouTube channel.
International pre-orders have opened in many countries; for a list see here.