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Indian Economy

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Authors present a comprehensive survey of the Indian Economy in terms of GDP growth, savings, investment and developments in various sectors like agriculture, industry and services. A contradiction observed in India is that while the reform process has resulted in boosting GDP growth, it has failed to yield acceleration in the process of poverty reduction and growth of employment. A thorough revision of the book was necessitated by these rapid changes taking place in the Indian Economy. Readers will appreciate that economic scenarios, both at the global and national levels, have been changing continuously. It has been our endeavour to introduce new analysis by way of adding new section and revising existing chapters for a better understanding of the evolving problems and opportunities for the Indian Economy. A new chapter namely 'The Approach Paper to the Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012-17)' has recently been added in the book. Following sections have also recently been added in the book:
•  Central Government Budget 2014-15
•  Extent of water resources
•  Relative Shift in the Shares of NSDP and Employment
•  A Critique of the Eleventh Plan
•  A Note on Railway Budget 2013-14
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Contents
Part I - Structure of the Indian Economy

1.    India as a Developing Economy
2.    Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence
3.    National Income of India
4.    Human Resources and Economic Development
5.    Human Development in India
6.    Occupational Structure and Economic Development
7.    National Resources, Economic Development and Environmental Degradation
8.    Infrastructure in the Indian Economy
9.    Social Infrastructure and Social Sector
Part II - Planning and Economic Development
10.  Objectives and Strategy of Economic Planning in India
11.  Industrial Policy and Indian Planning
12.  Public Sector and Indian Planning]
13.  Disinvestment of Public Enterprises
14.  Redefining the Role of the State
15.  Privatisation and Economic Reforms
16.  Globalisation and its Impact on India
17.  Planning Experience in India
18.  Tenth five Year Plan (2002-07)
19.  Eleventh Five Year Plan and Inclusive Growth
20.  An Approach to the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2012-17)
21.  The Problem of Capital Formation
22.  Foreign Capital, Foreign Aid and Economic Development
23.  Poverty and the Planning Process in India
24.  The Parallel Economy in India
25.  Unemployment in India
26.  Inequality and Concentration of Economic Power in India
27.  Prices, Price Policy and Economic Growth
28.  Balanced Regional Development
Part III - Agriculture in the National Economy
29.  Indian Agriculture under the Five Yea Plans : The Green Revolution
30.  Food Security in India
31.  Irrigation and Other Agricultural Inputs
32.  Land Reforms
33.  Size of Farms and Productive Efficiency
34.  Organisation of Rural Credit in India
35.  Agricultural Marketing and Warehousing
36.  Agricultural Labour
Part IV - Indian Industries
37.  Industrial Pattern and the Plans
38.  Some Large-Scale Industries
39.  Information technology (IT) Industry
40.  Small-Scale Enterprises
41.  Labour Problems and Labour Policy
42.  Unorganised Sector and Informalisation of the Indian Economy
43.  Second National Commission of Labour
Part V - The Tertiary Sector in the Indian Economy
44.  The Foreign Trade of India
45.   India's Balance of Payments
46.  Special Economic Zones
47.  GATT, WTO and India’s Foreign Trade
48.  Indian Currency System
49.  Indian Financial System : Commercial Banking System
50.  Indian Financial System II : Money and Capital Markets in India
51.  The Reserve Bank of India and Monetary Management
52.  Indian Public Finance
53.  Financial Relations Between the Centre and the States
54.  Thirteenth Finance Commission (2010-15)
55.  Government Subsidies in India
Abbreviations
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Author Details
Ruddar Datt
, Former Principal, School of Correspondence Courses and continuing Education, University of Delhi, Delhi.
K.P.M. Sundharam, former Senior Lecturer in Economics, Department of Economics, S.R. College of Commerce, Delhi.
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