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Understanding the Problems of Indian Economy
Understanding the Problems of Indian Economy

Understanding the Problems of Indian Economy

by Uma Kapila

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Language

English

Publisher

Academic Foundation

ISBN

8171882692 - Year: 2002 - Pages: 560

Binding

Paperback

Uma Kapila

Author: Uma Kapila
Publisher: Academic Foundation
Year: 2002
Language: English
Pages: 560
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8171882692

Description

First published in the year 2000, the present edition is a new, revised and enlarged edition of 2003. This work has been very well received and is being used virtually as a text book in Delhi University colleges and also in some other universities.

In writing this book, the author has drawn from the relevant articles/papers written by renowned economists in their special fields. Articles in full length have been included in author's edited book Indian economy since Independence (running in its 14th edition) which is used as a reference text by BA Economics Hons of University of Delhi and some other universities also.

The present edition (third edition) has been further revised incorporating in the relevant chapters latest information available on Indian Economy from various policy documents and reports such as Economic Survey 2002, Union budget 2000-03, Exim Policy 2002-07, RBI Report on Currency and Finance (released 2002), Planning Commission reports on Employment and Unemployment, Monetary Policy 2002-03, etc.

Contents

Preface

PART I: ISSUES IN DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

Economic Growth and Economic Development

Underdevelopment and the Nature of the Indian Economy

Colonialism and Underdevelopment in India

National Income: Trends & Structural Transformation

Economic Planning in India: Development Strategy & Sustainable Growth

Population and Economic Development

Problem of Unemployment in India

Poverty in India

Resource Mobilisation and Fiscal Policies

Inflation and Price Control

Assessment of Economic Planning in India

Macro Economic Stabilisation and Structural Reforms

PART II: SECTORAL ANALYSIS OF INDIAN ECONOMY

DOMESTIC SECTOR

Agriculture: The Problem of Productivity

Land Reforms

New Technology in Indian Agriculture and the Green Revolution

Farm Mechanisation and Choice of Appropriate Technology

Agricultural Finance in India

Agricultural Marketing and Price Policy

Changing Contours of Indian Agriculture and Emerging Trends in the Light of Globalisation

Industrial Growth in India

Industrial Policy

Public Sector in the Indian Economy

Small Scale Industrialisation

Growth & Problems of Major Industries

Infrastructure & Economic Development

Money & Capital Market in India

EXTERNAL SECTOR

Foreign Trade

Balance of Payments

Foreign Capital and Multinational Corporations

Globalization and Indian Economy

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