Economics - 3 Vols.

Contributor(s): Chandrasekhar, C.P [Editor (Vol.1)] | Ghosh, Jayati [Editor (Vol. 2)] | Patnaik, Prabhat [Editor (Vol. 3)]
Series: ICSSR Research Surveys and ExplorationsPublisher: New Delhi Oxford University Press 2015Description: xviii, 335 p. Vol. 1: Indian Industrialization; xxiii, 486 p. Vol. 2: India and the International Economy; xv, 369 p. Vol. 3: MacroeconomicsISBN: 9780199458936 (Vol.1); 9780199458943 (Vol.2); 9780199458950 (Vol.3)Subject(s): Microeconomic | Indian eocnomy | Indian industrializationDDC classification: 330 Summary: Vol.1 The first volume traces the post-Independence evolution of the industrial sector in India by delineating changes in policy regimes, capturing structural shifts, identifying periods of growth and stagnation, and assessing the factors that explain these trends. It highlights the principal contributions in the economic literature that enrich the contemporary understanding of India's post-Independence industrial history. The volume covers the development of Indian industry prior to and after 1991, when a balance of payments crisis led to a major regime change marked by the dismantling of the interventionist structures that were set up during the immediate post-Independence years. (http://www.oup.co.in/product/academic-general/economics/development-economics/155/economics-vol-1-indian-industrialization-vol-2-india-international-economy-vol-3-macroeconomics/9780199458967) Summary: Vol. 2 The second volume provides a comprehensive analysis of India's economic integration with the global economy through trade, investment, and finance, and its implications for domestic economic processes and outcomes. It looks closely at the different industrial sectors and at the changing patterns of India's engagement with the structures governing the global economy as well as with its trade and investment partners. (http://www.oup.co.in/product/academic-general/economics/development-economics/155/economics-vol-1-indian-industrialization-vol-2-india-international-economy-vol-3-macroeconomics/9780199458967) Summary: Vol. 3 The third volume is a critical review of macroeconomic issues such as monetary policy, fiscal policy, financial liberalization, intersectoral linkages, open economy macroeconomics, labour conditions, and intergovernmental fiscal transfers. It surveys these themes from varied intellectual positions, in the process, not only informing readers, but also challenging them to engage with these viewpoints. (http://www.oup.co.in/product/academic-general/economics/development-economics/155/economics-vol-1-indian-industrialization-vol-2-india-international-economy-vol-3-macroeconomics/9780199458967)
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Vol. 1
Table of contents:

1. Promise Belied: India's Post-Independence Industrialization Experience
2. Regional Aspects of Indian Industrialization
3. Monopoly and Indian Industry
4. Role of Foreign Direct Investment in India's Industrial Development
5. Informal Sector Industry in India: A Brief Review
6. Indigenous Technological Development and Intellectual Property Rights in India's Industrial Development
7. Employment and Industrial Development in India
8. A Survey on Corporate Saving, Corporate Tax, and Surplus
9. Trends and Patterns in Industrial Growth: A Review of Evidence and Explanations

Vol. 2
Table of contents:

1. India in the Changing Global Economy
2. India's Experience with Export-led Growth
3. India's Foreign Trade: Recent Patterns, Challenges, and Prospects
4. Trade in Services and the Indian Economy
5. The Management and Impact of Cross-border Capital Flows in India
6. Negotiations in the Doha Round: Critical Issues for India
7. Preferential Trade Agreements: An Exploration into Emerging Issues in India's Changing Trade Policy Landscape
8. Economic Openness and Indian Agriculture
10. Labour Movement in Globalizing India
11. Environmental Concerns, the Global Commons, and the Indian Economy


Vol. 3
Table of contents:

I.Open Economy Macroeconomics
1. Open Economy Macroeconomics and the India Economy
2. Financial Liberalization: A Survey with Emphasis on the Indian Case

II.Monetary Policy
3. A Macro-theoretic Survey of Monetary Policy in a Closed Economy
4. The Evolving Contours of Monetary Policy and Commercial Banking in India

III.Fiscal Issues
5. On Macroeconomics of Fiscal Policy
6. Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfers in India: Emerging Trends and Realities

IV.Sectoral Linkages and Labour Conditions
7. Intersectoral Linkages in the Indian Economy during the Post-reform Period
8. Labour Conditions in Contemporary India

Vol.1
The first volume traces the post-Independence evolution of the industrial sector in India by delineating changes in policy regimes, capturing structural shifts, identifying periods of growth and stagnation, and assessing the factors that explain these trends. It highlights the principal contributions in the economic literature that enrich the contemporary understanding of India's post-Independence industrial history. The volume covers the development of Indian industry prior to and after 1991, when a balance of payments crisis led to a major regime change marked by the dismantling of the interventionist structures that were set up during the immediate post-Independence years.
(http://www.oup.co.in/product/academic-general/economics/development-economics/155/economics-vol-1-indian-industrialization-vol-2-india-international-economy-vol-3-macroeconomics/9780199458967)

Vol. 2
The second volume provides a comprehensive analysis of India's economic integration with the global economy through trade, investment, and finance, and its implications for domestic economic processes and outcomes. It looks closely at the different industrial sectors and at the changing patterns of India's engagement with the structures governing the global economy as well as with its trade and investment partners.

(http://www.oup.co.in/product/academic-general/economics/development-economics/155/economics-vol-1-indian-industrialization-vol-2-india-international-economy-vol-3-macroeconomics/9780199458967)

Vol. 3
The third volume is a critical review of macroeconomic issues such as monetary policy, fiscal policy, financial liberalization, intersectoral linkages, open economy macroeconomics, labour conditions, and intergovernmental fiscal transfers. It surveys these themes from varied intellectual positions, in the process, not only informing readers, but also challenging them to engage with these viewpoints.

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