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Economics - II (Indian Economics)

Economics - II (Indian Economics)

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Description
India is an emerging economic power with a very large pool of Human and natural resources, and a growing large pool of skilled professionals. The introduction of reforms in 1991 resulted in sweeping changes in the Indian Economy. The reforms process consisted of three processes, liberalization, privatization and globalization (LPG model). Under liberalization markets were deregulated, under privatization private participation was encouraged and many a public sector undertaking (PSU) were privatized and under globalization restrictions on foreign investments were removed. The Indian economy moved away from its isolation, to be integrated with the global economy and to competitively utilize its advantages to make rapid strides in terms of growth.
The World Bank has projected an 8 per cent growth for India in 2010, which will make it the fastest- growing economy for the first time, overtaking China's expected 7.7 per cent growth.
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Contents
Chapter I  Indian Economy - Trends
1 : Trends in population growth
2 : Estimation of national income of India
3 : Post Independence Economic Policies in India
4 : Trends and Inter regional variations in the incidence of rural poverty
5 : Unemployment and employment generation schemes
6 : Labour productivity and wages
Self-Assessment Questions
Chapter II  Planning- Planning Process
1 : Priorities between agriculture and industry
2 : Deficit financing
3 :Choice of technology
4 : Pricing
Self- Assessment Questions
Chapter III  Agriculture
1 : Basic characteristics of the economy and its transformation since independence
2 : Evolution of agrarian revolutions integrated rural development
3 : Commercialisation of Agriculture
4 : Economics of farm management
5 : Agriculture credit
6 : Role of Capital formation, credit and banking system
Self-Assessment Questions
Chapter IV  Industry
1 : Large, Medium and Small industries
2 : The role of Public, Private and Joint Sectors
3 : Regulation of the Private Corporate Sector (Controls, licences and quotas)
4 : Anti Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Regulation
5 : Labour Relations
Self-Assessment Questions
Chapter V  Trade Policy and foreign investment
1 : Import Substitution and Export promotion
2 : International Investment
3 : International Aid
4 : International Corporations
5 : Trends in New Economic Order
Self-Assessment Questions
University Questions Papers
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Author Details
Dr. T. Padma, M.A. (Economics), M.A. (Lit.), M.A. (J & MC), M.Sc. (Psychology), MBA, PGDCL, PGADR, PGDHR, LLM., Ph.D (Law)
K.P.C. Rao, B.Sc., LLB., FCA, FCMA, FIPA (Australia), CMA (USA)
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