India Towards Economic Super Power: A Journey of Economic Reforms
Sinha, Ajit Kumar (Ed.)
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Book ID : 27094
ISBN-10 : 81-7629-663-5 / 8176296635
ISBN-13 : 978-81-7629-663-2 / 9788176296632
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Language : English
xx, 591p., Tables, App., Index, 23 cm.
CONTENTS:- Preface. 1. Challenges before the Indian economy in the opening decade of the new century/H.K. Manmohan Singh. 2. Economic reforms: some issues and concerns/C. Rangarajan. 3. Economic reforms in India--an appraisal/Ruddar Datt. 4. A decade of economic reforms and differentiation/Amalesh Banerjee. 5. Macro-economic adjustment, stabilisation and sustainable growth in India: looking back and to the future/M.R. Aggarwal. 6. Economic reforms, development and discontents/K.M. Naidu. 7. Economic reforms and Uttar Pradesh/Smriti Mukherjee. 8. A decade of economic reforms in India: two critical commentaries/P. Jegadish Gandhi. 9. Fiscal responsibility bill: an approach towards achieving fiscal balance/Shrawan Kumar Singh. 10. India's experiment with external sector reforms: an unfinished voyage of accomplishments and failures/Rakesh Raman. 11. Investment climate of India/Motoko Iwami. 12. Approaches to India as an investment market/Sciichiro Shimamoto. 13. Economic reform and its effects on foreign direct investment in India/A.D. Saramma. 14. Evaluation of export performance of India during Pre-and post liberalisation period/Parmjit Nanda, P.S. Raikhy and Geetu Kapoor. 15. Problems and prospects of India's exports under WTO regime: a study of agricultural commodities/Md. Abdus Salam. 16. Economic reforms: public sector banks/D.M. Nanjundappa. 17. Economic reforms and industrial growth in India/K.M. Naidu, K.S. Naidu and P. Manjushree. 18. Disinvestment policy in the context of second generation reforms/Alak Ghosh. 19. Reform agenda for agriculture/C.H. Hanumantha Rao. 20. Challenges of agricultural marketing under a new regime of trade liberalisation/V.B. Jugale. 21. Development of Indian transport sector in the economic reforms period/R.S. Mishra. 22. Economic reforms and jobless growth in India in the 1990s/B.B. Bhattacharya and S. Sakthivel. 23. Vision 2020/S.P. Gupta. 24. Economic reforms under bad governance/Ajit Kumar Sinha. Appendices. Index.
India adopted the path of economic reforms in July 1991. At the time of launching the new economic policy. Dr. Manmohan Singh, the pioneer of economic reforms in India had observed 'This programme is for a self-reliant India; an India that in few years time can boost of having eliminated poverty; an India that provides dignity and skills to its children; an India that emerges as a vigorous participant in the global economy and plays a role of leadership in the comity of nations; an India that has an economy commensurate with the size, human resources and its potential. The crisis of 1991 was seized under the economic reform measures. But the sectoral performance of different sectors has been much below the expectations. Difference of opinion amongst economists/social scientists is quite natural over the issues. But it is duty of them to ponder over the whole scenario to identify the limiting factors and come out with pragmatic solutions of emerging issues to achieve the vision of a developed India by 2020 i.e. one of the five biggest economic powers of the word. The book is a unique attempt in the direction.