AGRICULTURE, MACROECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA
Chatterjee Biswajit , Karmakar Asim K.
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Book ID : 45029
ISBN-10 : 93-93934-06-1 / 9393934061
ISBN-13 : 978-93-93934-06-2 / 9789393934062
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Edition : (First Edition)
Language : English
23 cm. 344p.
Contents : SECTION I : Agriculture in India : Farm Bills : Could they Liberate Indian Agriculture?; Farmers’ Problems and Agricultural Marketing in India; Agriculture Marketing and Farmers’ Problems in India : Perspectives on Reforms and Doubling Farmers’ Income; Agricultural Marketing and Problems of Farmers : Focus on West Bengal; Political Economy of Agricultural Development in India; Farmer Distress : Are We Missing a Macroeconomic Factor?; SECTION II : India’s Macroeconomy and Trade : Printing Currency to Revive the Economy : An Evaluation of Modern Monetary Theory in the Indian Context; Does Job Prospect Influence School Enrolment for Women in South Asia?; Global Uncertainties and Fiscal Risks; Economics of Bank Frauds in India; Relationship between GDP Growth, Inflation and Unemployment : Some Econometric Evidence from Post-Reform India; Financial Inclusion, Output Growth and Poverty Alleviation :Exploring the Alliance in a Panel TSLS Setup; Production Structure and Dynamics of Income Distribution in Post-reform Indian Economy : An Empirical Analysis; The India Story on the Dynamics of Balance of Payments during Three Decades of Liberalization; SECTION III : Economic Development : An Empirical Inquiry into the Nature of Demand for Health Insurance in India; The Emergence of New-Poor in India : Dimensions and Indicators; Role of Education in Agricultural Practices and Marketing Management : Prospect of West Bengal; Mother’s Preference for Sons over Daughters and its Intergenerational Change : A Micro Level Study in West Bengal; Factors Driving Women’s Financial Empowerment : The Case of India; Cost of Treating Tuberculosis in India : Insights from a Nationally Representative Survey.