Author: Deepak NayyarPublisher: Oxford University PressYear: 2000Language: EnglishPages: 326ISBN/UPC (if available): 0195652134
This collection of essays explores selected themes related to problems in the Indian economy, and trade and industrialization.
- the role of the state and the market in industrial development-'consensus' and 'disagreement' on economic openness-linkages between trade, technology and growth- stock markets and the financing of corporate industrial growth- the nexus between international trade and investment in industrialization- the implications of globalization for developing countries.This book is a valuable resource for students and researchers in the areas of international trade, industrial economics and development.
Excerpts from Reviews:
The essays in this volume are finely linked, the authors displaying an excellent understanding of both economic theory and stylized facts. - The Economic Journal
deals with the state of the debate on a subject that is at the forefront of policy discussions. - Frontline
an excellent collection of essays written from a critical perspective. - The Telegraph