In his new book, Mody melds his expertise in history and economics to analyze India’s transition from its hope-filled founding in 1947 to its current state of crisis. Using statistical data and creative media to share people-driven narratives, Mody argues that India has failed to address its true economic problems. This has led to a variety of issues including job scarcity, poverty, and inadequate resources. India is Broken (Stanford University Press) proposes a path forward for a country in peril.