India"s Economic Reforms and Development
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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

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ContributionsIsher Judge Ahluwalia (Editor), I. M. D. Little (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages404
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Open LibraryOL7394439M
ISBN 100195644034
ISBN 109780195644036

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India's Economic Reforms and Development ; Essays for Manmohan Singh Paperback – January 1, by Isher Judge Ahluwalia and I. M. D. Little (eds.) (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: A decade of reforms --Structural adjustment in the Indian economy --Attitude towards multinationals --Subsidies in India --Planning, state and development --Planning in India: retrospect and prospect --Development planning models: the Indian experience --Growth of / Ajit Singh --India's export performance: a comparative analysis / T.N. Srinivasan --Economic reforms and poverty alleviation / Deepak Lal --Food security: individual and national / Kirit S. Parikh --Indian economic policy reforms and poverty: an assessment / Suresh D. Tendulkar --Tax assignment in the Indian Federation: a critique / Amaresh   NEW DELHI: In an important signal to smaller countries in the neighborhood seeking economic partnerships with China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday underlined that Indian assistance comes without pre-conditions and due respect to its partners. "For India, the most fundamental principle in development cooperation is respecting our partners.. This sharing of development

  This study is probably the most cogent account so far of India's economic reforms since and of the debates within the country on the changes. The Economist Review an exemplary survey and critique of the reforms undertaken since The strength of India's Economic Reforms lies in its detail. Times Literary ://   Economic reforms in India refer to the structural adjustments that were initiated in with the aim of liberalising the economy and to accelerate its rate of economic growth. The Narsimha Rao Government, in , introduced the economic reforms in order to restore internal and external confidence in the Indian :// About the Book. Section – A: Issues in Development and Planning with reference to India 1. The Concept of Growth and Development 2. Characteristics of Underdeveloped Countries and the Indian Economy 3. Determinants of Development 4. Role of Physical and Human Capital Formation in Economic Development 5. Development Strategy :// Chapter 3 – Economic Reforms since The balance of payments crisis in led to the introduction of economic reforms by India, and India announced the New Economic Policy. We also understand the major reforms taken under the policies of liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation and their impact on the Indian ://

  The book focuses on reforms that Singh himself initiated, and is offered in an attempt to show what remains to be done if their benefits are to be realized. Contributors include Jagdish Bhagwati, Meghnad Desai, Vijay Joshi, Deepak Lal, Amartya Sen, and T. :// Growth and Development Limiters for India. Despite optimism for India's prospects for economic growth and development, there are a number of obstacles which may yet see growth and development falter. Poor infrastructure - notably in transport and power networks; Low productivity and weak human ://   Hastening Slowly: India’s Industrial Growth in the Era of Economic Reforms; M. Suresh Babu, Orient BlackSwan, ₹ You have reached your  › Books › Reviews.   A lucid and brilliantly argued book on India's recent economic reforms. 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