Issues of financial reforms: essays in memory of S. N. Sen

By: Banerjee, Amalesh
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Delhi Kanishka Publishers 2003Description: xx, 378 p.ISBN: 8173916020Subject(s): Finance - India | Monetary policy - India | Banks and banking - India | Financial institution | Capital marketDDC classification: 332.10954 Summary: Book Summary of Issues Of Financial Reforms: Essays In Memory Of S. N. Sen The book deals with the major issues of on going financial reforms in the country. Financial issues are discussed in the perspective of macroeconomic reforms that are being implemented in different phases. The second generation of economic reforms encompasses radical changes in the financail sector also. About Author : Dr. Amalesh Banerjee is well-known for his extensive writing of monetary economics. He contributed over three decades in many conferences adn seminars at the national adn international level, He has a number of publications in the field of monetary and development economics. Contents : Financial Liberalisation and the Emerging Issues Financial Reform Imperatives of Financial Reform in India Macro-economic Environment and Indian Economic Reforms During the 1990s Reforming the State Finance in India Reforming the Reserve Bank Quantity Theory of Money in the Indian Empirical Setting Transmission of Monetary Policy in India Transnatioanal Banks, Power Game and Global Impovershment Financial Intermediation in Economic Development Banking Sector Reforms Some Important Aspects of financial Sector Reforms in India Personnel Planning in the new millennium banking Current Trends in Rural Banking in India Millennial Challenges for India's Capital Market Liquidity Asset Price volatility and Indian Stock Market Insurance Sector Reform in India Reform of the Insurance Sector Financial Integration, Openness and the Indian Economy Exchange Rate managemetn Reform and External Debt Trade Liberalisation and Growth of Indian Economy Index. https://www.amazon.in/Issues-Financial-Reforms-Essays-Memory/dp/8173916020
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Book Summary of Issues Of Financial Reforms: Essays In Memory Of S. N. Sen The book deals with the major issues of on going financial reforms in the country. Financial issues are discussed in the perspective of macroeconomic reforms that are being implemented in different phases. The second generation of economic reforms encompasses radical changes in the financail sector also. About Author : Dr. Amalesh Banerjee is well-known for his extensive writing of monetary economics. He contributed over three decades in many conferences adn seminars at the national adn international level, He has a number of publications in the field of monetary and development economics. Contents : Financial Liberalisation and the Emerging Issues Financial Reform Imperatives of Financial Reform in India Macro-economic Environment and Indian Economic Reforms During the 1990s Reforming the State Finance in India Reforming the Reserve Bank Quantity Theory of Money in the Indian Empirical Setting Transmission of Monetary Policy in India Transnatioanal Banks, Power Game and Global Impovershment Financial Intermediation in Economic Development Banking Sector Reforms Some Important Aspects of financial Sector Reforms in India Personnel Planning in the new millennium banking Current Trends in Rural Banking in India Millennial Challenges for India's Capital Market Liquidity Asset Price volatility and Indian Stock Market Insurance Sector Reform in India Reform of the Insurance Sector Financial Integration, Openness and the Indian Economy Exchange Rate managemetn Reform and External Debt Trade Liberalisation and Growth of Indian Economy Index.

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