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Money, Banking, International Trade and Fiscal Policy

Money, Banking, International Trade and Fiscal Policy

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Brand: Allahabad Law Agency
  • Edition: 1 ED 2016
  • ISBN 13 9789381587164
  • Approx. Pages 450 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description

Previously,almost all the Universities in India prescribed General Principles of Economics and Indian Economic Policy along with three subjects of politics, two subject of Sociology and one subject of History, besides English for 5 years B.A., LL.B Course (as pre-law subjects). Later,Bar Council of India, in its Rules made in 2008 guided the universities to prescribe on major subject with two minor, besides English of Arts Courses and there shall be six papers in major and three papers each in minor subjects of B.A.. It is advised that the universities should follow the Curriculum Development Committee Report of UGC, if it is there in designing the course and stipulate the standards. Accordingly, Andhra university framed new syllabus for 5 years B.A., LL.B. (Integrated Course) by including 6 papers of Politics, 3 papers of Sociology and 3 Papers of Economics namely, (i) General Pinciples of Economics (ii) Indian Economic Policy; and (iii) Money, Banking and Fiscal Policy. I have presented text-books for all the subjects of B.A., LL.B. Course of Andhra University excluding the subject Money, Banking and Fiscal Policy and am now presenting this subject too.
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Contents
UNIT I    -    MONEY

Chapter 1    :    The Barter System
Chapter 2    :    Evolution of Money (History of Money)
Chapter 3    :    Meaning of Money
Chapter 4    :    Function of Money
Chapter 5    :    Classification of Money (Kinds of Money)
Chapter 6    :    Role of Significance of Money
Chapter 7    :    Monetary Standards
Chapter 8    :    Value of Money
Chapter 9    :    Demand for and supply of Money
Chapter 10  :    Theories of the Value of Money
Chapter 11  :    The Income Theory of Money
UNIT II    -    BANKING
Chapter 1    :    Evolution, Origin and Growth of Banking
Chapter 2    :    Banks
Chapter 3    :    Structure of Commercial Banks
Chapter 4    :    Functions of Commercial Banks
Chapter 5    :    Portfolio Management (Investment Policy of Banks)
Chapter 6    :    Credit Creation
Chapter 7    :    Commercial Banking in India
Chapter 8    :    Nationalisation of Banks in India
Chapter 9    :    Role of Commercial Banks in Developing Countries
Chapter 10  :    Central Banking
Chapter 11  :    The Reserve Bank of India [Central Bank in India]
Chapter 12  :    Credit Control by the Central Bank (The RBI)
Chapter 13  :    Money Markets
Chapter 14  :    Monetary Policy
UNIT III    -    INTERNATIONAL TRADE
Chapter 1    :    Foreign on International Trade
Chapter 2    :    Classical Theories of International Trade
Chapter 3    :    Modern Theory of International Trade
Chapter 4    :    Free Trade and Trade Barries
Chapter 5    :    Terms of Trade
Chapter 6    :    Balance of Payment International Trade
Chapter 7    :    Foreign Exchange
Chapter 8    :    The General Agreement on Tariff and Trade (GATT) and the
                            World Trade Organisation (WTO)
Chapter 9    :    Foreign or International Investment
Chapter 10  :    International Corporations [ Transnational Corporations]
Chapter 11  :    International Trade
Chapter 12  :    International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Chapter 13  :    The International Bank of Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)
Chapter 14  :    Export Promotion and Import Substitution
UNIT IV    -    INFLATION
Chapter 1    :    Meaning of Inflation
Chapter 2    :    Types of Inflaiton
Chapter 3    :    Measurement of Inflation
Chapter 4    :    Causes of Inflation
Chapter 5    :    Theories of Inflation 
Chapter 6    :    The Inflationary Gap
Chapter 7    :    Effects of Inflation
Chapter 8    :    Controlling Inflation [Remedies of Inflation][Anti-Inflation Policy]
Chapter 9    :    Inflation in India
Chapter 10  :    List of Countries by Inflation Rate
Chapter 11  :    Deflation
UNIT V    -    FISCAL POLICY
Chapter 1    :    Definition and Scope of Fiscal Policy
Chapter 2    :    Objectives of Fiscal Policcy
Chapter 3    :    Instruments of Fiscal Policy
Chapter 4    :    Role of Fiscal Policy
Chapter 5    :    Fiscal Policy and Equitable Distribution
Chapter 6    :    Fiscal Policy and Price Stability
Chapter 7    :    Fiscal Policy and Budget Deficit
Chapter 8    :    Trade Cycle and Fiscal Policy
Chapter 9    :    Difference between Monetary Policy and Fiscal Policy
Chapter 10  :    Indian Fiscal Policy
Bibliography
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Author Detail
Dr. S.R. Myneni
, M.A., M.Ed., LL.M., Ph.D., P.G. Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication, P.G. Diploma in Econometrics, P.G. Diploma in Mathematics Ekadhika in Vedic Mathematicss, Rashtra Bhasha Praveena (Hindi) Diploma in Russian Language.
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