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The Indian Economy Since 1991: Economic Reforms and Performance, 2/e

The Indian Economy Since 1991:  Economic Reforms and Performance,  2/e

  • B. A. Prakash
  • Author: B. A. Prakash
    • ISBN:9788131758939
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131758931
    • Price:Rs. 815.00
    • Pages:720
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


    With a focus on economic reforms and the performance of the Indian economy since 1991, The Indian Economy Since 1991 is the outcome of the collaborative effort of 28 experts who have made significant contributions in research toward the Indian economy. Using a data-based, analytical approach to key economic issues and problems, coupled with extensive coverage and a critical and in-depth analysis of the developments in all major sub-sectors of the Indian economy, this edited volume examines the impact of the reforms on various fronts such as economic performance, employment, unemployment, planning process, financial and fiscal sectors, external sector, agriculture, industry, infrastructure, health, education, poverty and federal finance since 1991.

    The second edition of this edited volume includes five new chapters covering recent events that have made a significant impact on the Indian economy, such as the global economic crisis, inflation, institutional credit, agricultural growth and the 13th finance commission. An excellent entry-level reader for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in economics, this volume will also serve well as a reference book for students preparing for competitive exams.

    Table of Content

    List of Tables
    List of Figures
    Foreword to the First Edition
    Preface to the Second Edition
    About the Editor and Contributors
    1. Overview
      B.A. Prakash
    2. Economic Reforms and Performance of Indian Economy
      B.A. Prakash
    3. Global Economic Crisis and Indian Economy
      B.A. Prakash
    1. Demographic Changes in India
      S. Irudaya Rajan and Sabu Aliyar
    2. Trends and Patterns of Employment in India
      B.A. Prakash and M.P.Abraham
    3. Trends and Characteristics of Unemployment in India
      B.A. Prakash and M.P.Abraham
    1. Economic Planning in India
      C. Narayan Lal and S. Rajesh Kumar
    1. Financial Liberalization and Corporate Financing in India
      V.R. Prabhakaran Nair
    2. Fiscal Reforms and Fiscal Situation in India during the Reform Period
      M.R. Anand
    3. Monetary and Credit Policy Reforms in India
      V.R. Prabhakaran Nair
    4. Capital Market in the Post-Liberalization Period : Reforms and Emerging Trends
      V.K. Vijayakumar
    5. Inflation in India
      S. Narayanan
    1. External Sector Reforms in India
      V.R. Prabhakaran Nair
    2. Trends and Patterns of Merchandise Exports and Imports of India in the Post-Liberalization Era
      Manu J. Vettickan and Anil Varma. R.
    3. Foreign Direct Investment in India in the Post-1991 Period
      Sharat Kumar
    4. World Trade Organization and Indian Economy
      Archana. S. Mathur
    5. Capital Account Convertibility in India
      B.A. Prakash
    1. Agriculture Policy
    2. Agriculture Growth and Performance
    3. Changes in Land Use and Cropping Pattern
    4. Agriculture Trade
    5. Agriculture Credit
    6. Trade, Markets and Food Security in India: Issues and Prospects
      C.S.Sundaresan and P.V.Rajeev
    1. Industrial Sector in India and Economic Liberalization
      Sunil Mani
    2. The Emergence of ICT-based Development Strategy in India: An Analysis of Policy and Outcome
      M. Rajesh
    3. Growth of Small-Scale Industries with reference to Post-reform Period: Trends, Issues and Concerns
      V.R. Prabhakaran Nair
    4. Infrastructure Development in India
      V.R. Prabhakaran Nair
    5. Power Policy and Power Development in India During the Post-liberalization Period
      Vijayamohan Pillai N
    1. Health Care Financing in India during the Post-reform Period
      D.Varatharajan and Godwin.S.K
    2. Higher Education in India
      G. Karunakaran Pillai
    3. Trends and Patterns of Poverty in India
      B.A. Prakash
    1. Centre-State Financial Relations in the Post-Liberalization Period
      Jose Sebastian
    2. Thirteenth Finance Commission- An Overview
      R. Shyama Nair
    3. Decentralized Planning and Local Governance in India
      E.M. Thomas
    1. Industrial Policy Reforms, 1991 - 95
    2. Trade Policy Reforms, 1991 - 95
    3. Capital Market Reforms, 1992 - 95
    4. Tax Reforms, 1991 - 95
    5. Financial Sector Reforms, 1991 - 94
    6. Reforms in Infrastructure, 1991 - 96
    7. Agriculture Policy Reforms
    8. Economic Reform, 1998-99
    9. Economic Reforms, 1999-2000
    10. Economic Reforms, 2000-01
    11. Economic Reforms, 2001-02
    12. National Population Policy, 2000
    13. Policy on Poverty Alleviation and Human Resource Development, 1992-1993
    14. Poverty Alleviation, Employment Generation and Basic Service Programmes, 2006-07
    15. Status of Free-Trade Agreements, 2006-07 and Regional Trading Arrangements
    16. Common Minimum Programme of the UPA Government, May 2004.


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