Changing the Indian Economy

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  • Author : Rama P. Kanungo
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 184 pages
  • ISBN : 0081020147
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Changing the Indian Economy

Changing the Indian Economy
  • Author : Rama P. Kanungo,Chris Rowley,Anurag N. Banerjee
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 31 May 2018
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Changing the Indian Economy: Renewal, Reform and Revival explores the fact that post-Modi India is witnessing unprecedented socioeconomic change, truly labeled as Modi’s Mantra and his attempts to morph the Indian economic landscape. India is using an intelligent economic process for its renewal and growth, however, in a recent study by Nomura, 2016, The Japanese Financial Services firm, it is reported that there is downside risk to India’s baseline forecast of 7.8 per cent GDP growth in 2016. Although the report

The Changing Face of Indian Economy

The Changing Face of Indian Economy
  • Author : Jithin Dhawan
  • Publisher : Atlantic Publishers & Dist
  • Release : 01 November 2007
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The Indian Economy Is Undoubtedly On The Fulcrum Of An Ever-Increasing Growth Curve. Long Criticised For Nurturing An Inward Looking Economy, The Country S Impressive Gdp Growth Of 9.2 Per Cent During The Financial Year 2006 07 And 8.4 Per Cent In 2005-06 Has Led The Experts Of Globalisation Forecast That By The Next Thirty Years India S Economy Could Be Larger Than All But Those Of The United States And China. Thus, India Has Not Only Been Able To Discard Its Image As

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  • Author : Uma Kapila
  • Publisher : Academic Foundation
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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Designed for use in undergraduate courses in Indian Economy B.A. (Pass), B.Com. (Pass) and Honours (Subsidiary) in various Indian universities, the first part of the book discusses issues in `Development and Planning' with reference to India, covering Colonialism and Underdevelopment, Factors in Development, Capital Formation, Demographic Factors, Problems of Planning & Development; Industrial Policy; Relative Roles of Public and Private Sectors; Disinvestment and Issue of Privatisation; Savings and Investment; Mobilisation of Resources for the Plans; A broad review of

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  • Author : A. D. N. Bajpai
  • Publisher : Atlantic Publishers & Distri
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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Indian Economy Has Witnessed Multi-Dimensional Changes During Post-Reform Period. Actually, Economic Reforms Initiated In The Year 1991 Have Divided Economic History Of India Into Two Parts Viz., Pre-Reforms And Post-Reforms Economy Of India. Needless To Mention, These Reforms Have Not Only Influenced The Macro Aggregates Of Our Economy But Different Individual Economic Sectors Also. At The Same Time This Has Opened Many New Economic Issues For Discussion. Moreover, These Reforms Have Divided The Fraternity Of Economists Into Two Groups One Which

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  • Author : Bimal Jalan
  • Publisher : Penguin Books India
  • Release : 19 January 1997
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Nearly fifty years after independence, India remains a very poor country. It ranks near the bottom in terms of per capita income, and is similarly placed in the Human Development Index which measures social well-being. Economic growth in India has been less than half that of China or even other countries in Asia. And governments, at the Centre as well as in the states, are close to insolvency. The reason for our spectacular underachievement lies in the continuation of policies

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Liberalisation and Globalisation of Indian Economy
  • Author : Ed. K.R. Gupta
  • Publisher : Atlantic Publishers & Dist
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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In India, The Move Towards Globalisation And Free Trade Coincided With The Process Of Structural Reforms And Economic Liberalisation That Began In July 1991. Since Then The Country Has Seen A Significant Integration Of Markets In Commodity, Services, Finance And Technology With Other Countries. Right At The Outset Of Globalisation, Some Persons In India Like Those In Other Developing Countries Were Against This New Trend, Perceiving It As Elite-Driven And Incapable Of Bringing Qualitative Change In Peoples Lives. Fear Of Lagging

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  • Author : Dr. V. C. Sinha
  • Publisher : SBPD Publications
  • Release : 16 October 2021
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1.Economic Development : Meaning, Measurement, Indicators and Determinants,2. Underdeveloped (Developing) Economy—Concept of Underdevelopment, 3. Human Development, 4. Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence (Colonial Economy), 5. Structure and Basic Features of Indian Economy, 6. Evaluation of India’s Economic Planning, 7. Import Substituting Industrialisation, 8. Economic Reforms in India : Liberalisation, Privatisation & Globalisation, Demonetisation and GST, 9. Growth, Development and Structural Change in India, 10. Various Means of Transport : Road, Rail, Water and Air, 11. Changes in Policy Perspective in the Role of Institutional Framework After 1991, 12. Economic Growth and

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Globalization and Standards
  • Author : Keshab Das
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 14 October 2014
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The changes following more than two decades of economic reforms and globalization of the Indian economy – at state, corporate sector, and consumer level – raise interesting questions on the ways in which the stakeholders will continue to engage on the world stage, politically, socially and economically. One key feature of global trade over this period has been the growing importance of not only product standards but, importantly, labor, environmental, food safety and social standards. Being essentially a non-tariff barrier,standards have

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  • Author : Anthony P. D’Costa,Achin Chakraborty
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 08 May 2019
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This book critically discusses the changing relationship between the Indian state and capital by examining the mediating role of society in influencing developmental outcomes. It theorizes the state’s changing context allowing the discussion of its pursuit of contradictory economic and social welfare goals simultaneously. Both structural and ideological factors are argued to contribute to a shifting context, but the centrality of re-distributive politics and the contradictions therein explain a lot of what the state does and cannot do. The