Author: C H Hanumantha Rao
Publisher: Academic Foundation
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8171884180
The present volume brings together author's papers on the three related themes, viz, Development Strategy, Regional Disparities in Development and Centre-State Financial Relations in India. Written on different occasions over a period of more than three decades while the author worked at the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi and also in the Planning Commission, until 1992 and thereafter, as an honorary Professor, at the Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS), Hyderabad, they reflect the understanding and approach prior to the launching of economic reforms in the early 1990s as well as in the post-reform period.
The 30 essays included in this book highlight author's approach and position taken on these three major interrelated issues which are of continuing interest and concern in the current academic and policy discussions. Needless to say, here's an extremely useful book for students of Indian economy and a valuable guide for policymakers, researchers and economic analysts.
Internationally recognized expert and one of India’s most distinguished economists, C H Hanumantha Rao has contributed immensely to a better understanding of India’s economy. Often quoted and re-quoted over the years, his meticulously prepared research and policymakers alike.
It is only most appropriate that a good majority of his relatively less accessible, although academically most relevant, writings are collected, thematically arranged and presented together at one source. The present volume is an humble attempt towards this end along with a separately published companion volume entitled Essays on Agricultural Growth, Farm Size and Rural Poverty alleviation in India.
Together, these volumes are a perfect tribute to the rare scholarship of this most unassuming, yet most outstanding scholar, on his 75th birthday.
Chakravarty on Development Strategy in India
Indira Gandhi's Contribution to Economic Planning in India
Planning in India: An Overview of Experience
The Role of Public Sector in Indian Economy
Approach to the Seventh Plan: A Note
Eight Plan: Major Issues of Concern
Pricing Policy and Strategy for Surplus Generation
Pricing Policy and Generation of Resources
Appraisal of Urban Development Projects: Concepts, Techniques and Practice
World Development Report, 1991: A Critique
Changing Role of the State in relation to Markets
Social Welfare: When the Market Fails
The Burden of Reforms
Poverty and Development: Characteristics of Less-Developed Regions in India
Planning for Development and Removal of Regional Imbalances with Special Reference to Bihar
A Special Programme for Breakthrough in Rice Output in Eastern States
Observations on Planning and Implementation of the Special Programme for Rice Production
Development of Tribal Areas: The Case of Bastar
Sectoral Planning for Telangana: Some Issues for Consideration
Rationale for Smaller States: The New Imperatives
Uttarakhand: Need for Separate Statehood
Budgetary Surpluses of Telangana
Growth, Poverty and Tax Effort: An Inter-State Comparison with Special Reference to Bihar
TAXATION AND CENTRE-STATE FINANCIAL RELATIONS IN INDIA
Resource Prospects from the Rural Sector: The Case of Indirect Taxes
Agricultural Taxation: Raj Committee's Report
Some Further Thoughts on Agricultural Taxation
Criteria for the Distribution of Financial Resources Among States
Centre-State Financial Relations: A Perspective for National Economic Integration
Improving Equity of Gadgil Formula
Tasks Before the Tenth Finance Commission