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Money finance political economy: getting it right

By: Khatkhate, Deena.
Publisher: New Delhi Academic Foundation 2009Description: 385 p.ISBN: 9788171887156.Subject(s): Monetary policy --India | Finance --India | Monetary policy --Developing countries | Finance --Developing countries | International economic relations | India --Economic conditions --1991-DDC classification: 338.954 Summary: This book is a collection of essays on main issues of money and monetary policies, national and international aspects of financial policies in less developed countries, political economy of development in all its facets and reshaping of the international monetary system which were debated over the last few decades by economic theorists and the policy makers. They reveal the author's grasp of the analytics, the nuanced reasoning underlying them, prescience on several issues such as brain-drain and profile of leadership in developing societies and deep understanding of the context in which the policies based on them have evolved over the years. Author's discussion of some of India's economic development within the overall perspective of development economics is both fascinating and original. (Source: www.academicfoundation.com)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

This book is a collection of essays on main issues of money and monetary policies, national and international aspects of financial policies in less developed countries, political economy of development in all its facets and reshaping of the international monetary system which were debated over the last few decades by economic theorists and the policy makers. They reveal the author's grasp of the analytics, the nuanced reasoning underlying them, prescience on several issues such as brain-drain and profile of leadership in developing societies and deep understanding of the context in which the policies based on them have evolved over the years. Author's discussion of some of India's economic development within the overall perspective of development economics is both fascinating and original. (Source: www.academicfoundation.com)

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