India's Growth Resurgence: Sectoral Issues and Governance Risks, jointly authored by Yerram Raju, M Sitarama Murthy and Subbaiah Singala looks into detail on the frontal sectoral issues and governance risks, India is facing as a leading emerging economy.
Most often, Mihir Sharma speaks his mind in his columns in Business Standard (earlier in Indian Express) - this is good trait actually of him being a journalist. In fact, his maiden book Restart: The Last Chance for Indian Economy is a good read in parts where he retains his natural expression. However, it also makes his work, more an extension of journalistic writings rather than wearing the actual seriousness, required to delve with the issues of economic policies and pure economics.
It was felt and highlighted that the 'policy paralysis' and lack of reform impetus in macroeconomic policies led to the downward spiral in the business and mass sentiments, eventually led to an alarming level of deceleration in economic growth. The UPA-II regime was blamed for that, which was justified to an extent too, but somewhere there is a need is to see the real stumbling blocks.