Underinvestment in education was one of the biggest problems with British rule in India -- here is the story on what went wrong.
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“Social Divisions and Public Goods Provisions”
“Determinants of Primary Schooling in British India”
“Taxation and Educational Development”
Factual error, Brahmins are the priests, teachers and academics. Sometimes scholarly advisers to rulers (warier caste) and not businessmen.
But their cultural emphasis on learning and education is well known.