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Changing the Indian Economy

Changing the Indian Economy
  • Author : Rama P. Kanungo,Chris Rowley,Anurag N. Banerjee
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2018-05-31
  • Total pages : 184
  • ISBN : 9780081020142
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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 suggests that there was a mid-cycle consolidation in mid-2014, the recovery seems to be losing momentum. This book offers a novel, but inclusive outlook to the entire post-Modi economic overhaul. Offers a comprehensive narrative of the current economic scene in India Explores how the measures for reform are intelligent, while also considering their weaknesses Shows how India has a strong potential to grow amidst diversity of economic reforms and changing governance Includes a compilation of insightful articles on Indian economic reform and future prospects

The Changing Face of Indian Economy

The Changing Face of Indian Economy
  • Author : Jithin Dhawan
  • Publisher : Atlantic Publishers & Dist
  • Release Date : 2007-11
  • Total pages : 416
  • ISBN : 8126907673
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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 The Tortoise Of The Region But Has Also Presented Itself To The World As An Economic Powerhouse. The Initiatives Taken In The Early 1990S Continue To Bring The Rewards And Have Enabled India To Become The Fourth Largest Gdp In The World In Terms Of Purchasing Power. Today, The Young Generation Has The Potential To Absorb And Master New Technologies. The Country Has A Healthy Regulatory Environment And Strong Financial System. Owing To Its Better Returns On Investments, It Has Been Able To Attract A Large Number Of Foreign Investors. Mncs Are Today Looking For Low-Cost Manufacturing Bases, And India Is Seen As Their Favourite Choice. It Has Been Estimated By The Eminent Economists That India May Emerge As One Of The Three Top Engineering Goods Exporters Among Low- Cost Offshore Manufacturers With An Export Target Of $ 250-300 Billion By 2015. Likewise, It Is Becoming A Major Force In Complex, High-End And High Margin Information Technology Services.Today, There Is An Increasing Willingness Internationally To Work With India And Build Relationships For Mutual Benefit In Different Fields Automobile, Pharmaceuticals, Tourism, Electronics & Communications, To Name A Few. No Wonder There Are Many Who Believe That The Future Belongs To India. It Is Not To Say That The Country Has An Easy Ride Ahead. Its First Challenge Is To Broad-Base Growth. According To World Bank Data, A Considerably Large Proportion Of India S Population Earns Less Than $ 2 A Day. Furthermore, The Problems Of Illiteracy, Lack Of Health Care And Unemployment Are Still Acute, Which Indicate That India Is Long Way Away From Prosperity. The Changing Face Of Indian Economy Thus Needs To Be Looked Into From Several Sides. The Present Book Is A Modest Effort In This Direction. It Makes An Analytic Study Of India S Progress Since Independence Of The Country And Focuses On The Policies And Initiatives Taken As Yet. It Aims At Acquainting Readers With The Economic Scenario Of India In Its True Spirit.It Is Hoped That The Book Will Prove An Ideal Reference Book For Students, Researchers And Teachers Of Economics. Even The General Readers Interested In The Present State Of Indian Economy And Its Progress Will Find It Valuable And Informative.

Shaping India

Shaping India
  • Author : D. Narayana,Raman Mahadevan
  • Publisher : Taylor & Francis
  • Release Date : 2020-11-30
  • Total pages : 380
  • ISBN : 9781000084047
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This volume seeks to unravel and contextualize the so-called dichotomy of ‘old’ and ‘new’ India and what binds them together. To understand this complex process, it attempts to apply a long-term historical perspective, a different conception of the economy and cross-disciplinary approaches. The exceptional feature of this volume is the large historical canvas of essays and its sensitivity to the regional dimension in a country as large and diverse as India. They deal with issues ranging from land and agriculture, entrepreneurship, industry and demographic trends to a critical anatomy of modern Indian economic historiography. Together these essays contribute in providing significantly new and enriching insights into the complex process of transition from colonial to post-colonial economic development. There has been a conscious effort in most cases to capture the influence of the colonial economic structures and processes in shaping the trajectory of growth and development in the post-independence period. Drawing upon a large amount of extremely rich and varied data and information on the socio-economic trends, the book is lucid, well-crafted and reader-friendly.

States of the Indian Economy

States of the Indian Economy
  • Author : Amir Ullah Khan,Harsh Vivek
  • Publisher : SAGE Publications India
  • Release Date : 2007-12-04
  • Total pages : 260
  • ISBN : 9788132101666
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The phenomenal rise of India in the global economy has been attributed to a whole host of factors, the major ones being the focus on economic reforms and the demographic dividend that India currently enjoys due to its demographic transition. The large pool of human capital - a young, talented and well-educated workforce - is one of the major drivers of economic growth in the country. Rapid strides in knowledge-based industries, especially information technology, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals; rejuvenation of the manufacturing sector, revolution in the agriculture sector; and, resurgence in exports have made India one of the fastest growing economies in the world. A market-oriented approach to development, opening up of the economy and the growing economies of scale and scope for Indian enterprises, access to 'modern' technology - especially information technology - and growth in entrepreneurship have made India a sought-after destination for foreign investment. The authors argue that this situation is a result of the implementation of a set of first generation economic reforms, initiated primarily by the Central government but the responsibilities of which are now on the State governments. To carry the second generation of reforms forward in a meaningful manner, action has now shifted to the states. With this background, this book primarily examines the following: - The state of the Indian economy after one and a half decades of liberalisation and its role in the fast changing global economy - The economic performance of various Indian states during this period - Sectors that have done well and those that need substantial improvement in terms of adoption and implementation of reform measures.

The Indian Economy

The Indian Economy
  • Author : Matthew McCartney
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2019
  • Total pages : 229
  • ISBN : 1788211820
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The Changing Phases of Indian Economy

The Changing Phases of Indian Economy
  • Author : Vitus Lawrence D'Souza
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1964
  • Total pages : 176
  • ISBN : UOM:39015069867516
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India's Economy in 21st Century

India's Economy in 21st Century
  • Author : Raj Kapila,Uma Kapila
  • Publisher : Academic Foundation
  • Release Date : 2002
  • Total pages : 444
  • ISBN : 8171882633
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This 2nd revised and enlarged edition a highly acclaimed predecessor offers a panoramic vision of the fast changing contours of Indian economy, covered by some of the most well-known scholars on the subject.

The Politics of Economic Restructuring in India

The Politics of Economic Restructuring in India
  • Author : Loraine Kennedy
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2013-12-17
  • Total pages : 192
  • ISBN : 9781317937982
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State re-scaling is the central concept mobilized in this book to interpret the political processes that are producing new economic spaces in India. In the quarter century since economic reforms were introduced, the Indian economy has experienced strong growth accompanied by extensive sectoral and spatial restructuring. This book argues that in this reformed institutional context, where both state spaces and economic geographies are being rescaled, subnational states play an increasingly critical role in coordinating socioeconomic activities. The core thesis that the book defends is that the reform process has profoundly reconfigured the Indian state’s rapport with its territory at all spatial scales, and these processes of state spatial rescaling are crucial for comprehending emerging patterns of economic governance and growth. It demonstrates that the outcomes of India’s new policy regime are not only the product of impersonal market forces, but that they are also the result of endogenous political strategies, acting in conjunction with the territorial reorganisation of economic activities at various scales, ranging from local to global. Extensive empirical case material, primarily from field-based research, is used to support these theoretical assertions. Scholars of political economy, political and economic geography, industrial development, development studies and Asian Studies will find this a stimulating and innovative contribution to the study of the political economy in the developing countries.

Structural Changes in Indian Economy

Structural Changes in Indian Economy
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1993
  • Total pages : 478
  • ISBN : UIUC:30112000359999
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The Economies of China and India

The Economies of China and India
  • Author : John Whalley,Jing Wang,Manmohan Agarwal
  • Publisher : World Scientific Publishing Company
  • Release Date : 2016-12
  • Total pages : 1020
  • ISBN : 9813100397
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Volume 1. China and India: The International Context and Economic Growth, Manufacturing Performance and Rural Development -- Volume 2. Competitiveness, External Cooperation Strategy, and Income Distribution: Changes in China -- Volume 3. Economic Growth, Employment and Inclusivity: The International Environment

Changing the Indian Economy

Changing the Indian Economy
  • Author : Rama P. Kanungo,Anurag Narayan Banerjee,Chris Rowley
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2018-06-15
  • Total pages : 184
  • ISBN : 0081020058
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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 suggests that there was a mid-cycle consolidation in mid-2014, the recovery seems to be losing momentum. This book offers a novel, but inclusive outlook to the entire post-Modi economic overhaul. Offers a comprehensive narrative of the current economic scene in India Explores how the measures for reform are intelligent, while also considering their weaknesses Shows how India has a strong potential to grow amidst diversity of economic reforms and changing governance Includes a compilation of insightful articles on Indian economic reform and future prospects

How British Rule Changed India’s Economy

How British Rule Changed India’s Economy
  • Author : Tirthankar Roy
  • Publisher : Palgrave Pivot
  • Release Date : 2020-08-14
  • Total pages : 159
  • ISBN : 3030177106
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This Palgrave Pivot revisits the topic of how British colonialism moulded work and life in India and what kind of legacy it left behind. Did British rule lead to India’s impoverishment, economic disruption and famine? Under British rule, evidence suggests there were beneficial improvements, with an eventual rise in life expectancy and an increase in wealth for some sectors of the population and economy, notably for much business and industry. Yet many poor people suffered badly, with agricultural stagnation and an underfunded government who were too small to effect general improvements. In this book Roy explains the paradoxical combination of wealth and poverty, looking at both sides of nineteenth century capitalism. Between 1850 and 1930, India was engaged in a globalization process not unlike the one it has seen since the 1990s. The difference between these two times is that much of the region was under British colonial rule during the first episode, while it was an independent nation state during the second. Roy's narrative has a contemporary relevance for emerging economies, where again globalization has unleashed extraordinary levels of capitalistic energy while leaving many livelihoods poor, stagnant, and discontented.

Emerging Trends in Indian Economy

Emerging Trends in Indian Economy
  • Author : A. D. N. Bajpai
  • Publisher : Atlantic Publishers & Dist
  • Release Date : 1995
  • Total pages : 590
  • ISBN : 8171565204
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This Volume Is A Testament Of Current Thinking In Economic Science As Being Reflected Through Various Parameters Of Indian Economy. The Indian Economy Is Witnessing All Round Changes Since The Introduction Of New Economic Policy. Nevertheless The Global Changes Have Compelled The Economic Agents Of India To Alter Themselves Completely In Tune With Their Colour. Albeit, The Government Is Moving Ahead And Claiming High Successes Of Privatising, Liberalising And Globalising, There Appears No Clear Solution For The Problems Of Poverty, Unemploy¬Ment, Backwardness, Inequalities, Vulner¬Able Sections Of The Society Viz. Scs/Sts, Environmental Degradation And Above All The Socio-Political Rigidities. An Attempt Has Been Made In This Volume To Investi¬Gate Into The Issues Of Economic Reforms Alongwith The Basic Structural Problems Of Our Economy.This Volume Presents 46 Research Papers Authored By Economists From All Regions Of India. It Is Hoped That The Volume Would Be Found Highly Useful By Students, Research Scholars, Professors And Policy Makers. The Book Would Also Be Found Of Great Interest By The Layman Interested In Following The Changing Trends Of Indian Economy.

Socio-Economic Change and the Broad-Basing Process in India

Socio-Economic Change and the Broad-Basing Process in India
  • Author : M. V. Nadkarni
  • Publisher : Taylor & Francis
  • Release Date : 2019-06-18
  • Total pages : 234
  • ISBN : 9781000084771
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This book offers a new concept of inclusion of the marginalised in India — the Broad-basing Process. The author examines how through this process increasing numbers of marginalised social groups can enter into the social, political and economic mainstream and progressively derive the same advantages from society as the groups already part of it. The book critically reviews how the broad-basing process has worked in the past in India both before and after its independence. It examines how social groups like Dalits, OBCs, Muslims, women and the labour class have fared, and how far economic development, urbanisation, infrastructure development and the digital revolution have helped the marginalised and promoted broad-basing. It also offers mechanisms to speed up broad-basing in poorer economies. A first of its kind, this volume will be useful for scholars and researchers of political studies, sociology, exclusion studies, political economy and also for general readers.

Changing India

Changing India
  • Author : Manmohan Singh
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release Date : 2019
  • Total pages : 3224
  • ISBN : 0199483566
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This set of five volumes documents the life and work of Manmohan Singh, an academic, a policymaker, and a politician who has had a deep impact on India and its economy. The volumes offer his selected speeches, articles, and interviews, starting from the 1950s, when he was in the academia, through the 1980s and 1990s, when he was India's finance minister, to 2004-14, when he was the prime minister of India. Manmohan Singh's writings reflect on the reforms that transformed the Indian economy and lay the foundations for a stronger medium-term growth story than the kind that India had witnessed in the preceding 44 years since Independence. The five volumes bring together Singh's essays and speeches on various subjects- economic reforms, India's export trends and the prospects for self-sustained growth, trade and development, and international economic order and equity in development.

Getting India Back on Track

Getting India Back on Track
  • Author : Ashley J. Tellis,Bibek Debroy,Reece Trevor
  • Publisher : Brookings Institution Press
  • Release Date : 2014-06-09
  • Total pages : 350
  • ISBN : 9780870034275
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India has fallen far and fast from the runaway growth rates it enjoyed in the first decade of the twenty-first century. In order to reverse this trend, New Delhi must seriously reflect on its policy choices across a wide range of issue areas. Getting India Back on Track broadly coincides with the 2014 Indian elections to spur a public debate about the program that the next government should pursue in order to return the country to a path of high growth. It convenes some of India's most accomplished analysts to recommend policies in every major sector of the Indian economy. Taken together, these seventeen focused and concise memoranda offer policymakers and the general public alike a clear blueprint for India's future. Contents Foreword Ratan N. Tata (Chairman, Tata Trusts) Introduction Ashley J. Tellis and Reece Trevor (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) 1. Maintaining Macroeconomic Stability Ila Patnaik (National Institute of Public Finance and Policy) 2. Dismantling the Welfare State Surjit Bhalla (Oxus Investments) 3. Revamping Agriculture and the Public Distribution System Ashok Gulati (Commission for Agriculture Costs and Prices) 4. Revisiting Manufacturing Policy Rajiv Kumar (Centre for Policy Research) 5. Generating Employment Omkar Goswami (Corporate and Economic Research Group) 6. Expanding Education and Skills Laveesh Bhandari (Indicus Analytics) 7. Confronting Health Challenges A. K. Shiva Kumar (National Advisory Council) 8. Accelerating Infrastructure Modernization Rajiv Lall and Ritu Anand (IDFC Limited) 9. Managing Urbanization Somik Lall and Tara Vishwanath (World Bank) 10. Renovating Land Management Barun S. Mitra (Liberty Institute) and Madhumita D. Mitra (consultant) 11. Addressing Water Management Tushaar Shah (International Water Management Institute) and Shilp Verma (independent researcher) 12. Reforming Energy Policy and Pricing Sunjoy Joshi (Observer Research Foundation) 13. Managing the Environment Ligia Noronha (Energy and Resources Institute) 14. Strengthening Rule of Law Devesh Kapur (University of Pennsylvania) and Milan Vaishnav (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) 15. Correcting the Administrative Deficit Bibek Debroy (Centre for Policy Research) 16. Building Advanced Technology Capacity for Competitive Arms Acquisition Ravinder Pal Singh (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute) 17. Rejuvenating Foreign Policy C. Raja Mohan (Observer Research Foundation and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

International Development

International Development
  • Author : Bruce Currie-Alder,Ravi Kanbur,David M. Malone,Rohinton Medhora
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release Date : 2014
  • Total pages : 972
  • ISBN : 9780199671663
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A central premise is that an objective and universally‐accepted measure of “success” in development and paths to it does not exist.

Structural Changes in Indian Economy

Structural Changes in Indian Economy
  • Author : Anil K. Yadav
  • Publisher : Northern Book Centre
  • Release Date : 1999
  • Total pages : 128
  • ISBN : 8172110960
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The book deals with structural changes relating to the Indian Economy through an over time view in an intercountry perspective. We have examined in this study the structural changes and growth performance of the Indian Economy and contrasted it with the happenings across a set of countries at different levels of development. The Indian Economy is first examined in isolation and then an inter-country analysis is carried out where some of the features depicted by the Indian Economy are further tested. The structural changes in the Indian Economy are examined on the basis of twenty two structural variables as were identified by Syrquin and Chenesy (1989). We also examine Economy and also for a set of countries at different levels of development.

Indian Economy

Indian Economy
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2021
  • Total pages : 144
  • ISBN : 8195365116
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Globalisation and Indian Economy

Globalisation and Indian Economy
  • Author : Bharat Jhunjhunwala
  • Publisher : Gyan Publishing House
  • Release Date : 2007
  • Total pages : 316
  • ISBN : 817835599X
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This book presents the changing contours of India s position in the global economy. The first section deals with India s defensive posture in the nineties vis-à-vis the Multinational Companies. The resistance to speedy opening up of the economy has enabled Indian businesses to become globally competitive. The second section deals with the challenges before Indian in the begging of the 21st millennium as she is increasingly recognized as a world power. The earlier defensive posture has to be change into an offensive posture now with India aiming to break the economies of the rich countries. This can be done, for example, withdrawing forex reserves from US T-Bills. The third section deals with the challenges before India in establishing a just world order. The question in how to break the inherent injustice in the world economy where 20 percent of the people of rich countries are consuming 80 percent of the resources. India should not tie its wagon to the engine of rich countries and try to gain form injustice of the present world order. Instead, India must take the lead in confronting the injustice perpetrated by the rich countries, organize the developing countries and establish a world economy based on justice.

The Changing Phases of Indian Economy

The Changing Phases of Indian Economy
  • Author : Vitus Lawrence D'Souza
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1964
  • Total pages : 166
  • ISBN : UCAL:$B549061
  • File Size : 45,7 Mb
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