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Sectoral issues in the Indian economy
Festschrift honoring G.S. Bhalla, b. 1928, professor of economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, on his retirement; comprises contributed articles.
|Statement||edited by G.K. Chadha.|
|Contributions||Bhalla, G. S., Chadha, G. K.|
|LC Classifications||HD2072 .S325 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||350 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||93911679|
• Unit 5 details the basic features of Indian economy along with the sectoral distribution of national income. It also sheds light on the structural changes in the Indian economy. • Unit 6 explains the sectoral trends and issues related to all the sectors, i.e. agriculture, industry, service and external sectors. The Indian discussion was filled with what they see as the technical problems with such an approach, but at the end they didn’t close the book on sectoral approaches and in fact identified the.
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The NCERT chapter also has useful tables/graphs (bar graphs) which give useful insights on the extent and growth of the different sectors in Indian economy Many project ideas suggested in the NCERT text book can help students understand the sectoral classification of the Indian economy. This book studies pitfalls in value added accounting of sectoral growth in real terms in the context of liberalisation of the Indian economy. Growth of sectoral gross value added can systematically deviate from that of final expenditure (and gross output), even maintaining the broad national accounting identity between the aggregates.
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Designed for use in undergraduate courses in Indian Economy B.A.,and Honours in various Indian universities, this book covers issues of development and planning, colonialism and underdevelopment, capital formation, demographic factors, industrial policy, roles of public and private sectors, privatization, savings and investment, and the beginning of the Tenth Five/5.
Get this from a library. Sectoral issues in the Indian economy: policy and perspectives. [G S Bhalla; G K Chadha;] -- Festschrift honoring G.S.
Bhalla, b.professor of economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, on his retirement; comprises contributed articles. The following points highlight the eight major problems of the Indian economy. Some of the problems are: 1. Low level of national income and per capita income 2.
Vast inequalities in income and wealth 3. Predominance of agriculture 4. Tremendous population pressure 5. Massive unemployment and Others. Economic growth of any country can be viewed. In the second part of the book, the discussions is on `sectoral aspects' of the Indian economy viz., Agriculture: Problems Sectoral issues in the Indian economy book Productivity, Technology, Green Revolution, Land Reforms, Rural Credit, Marketing, and India's Food Security System; Industry: Growth and Diversification in Indian Industry, Relative Roles of Cottage, Small and Large.
Especially designed for less advanced students, this resource is an ideal introduction to the Indian economy. The book provides comprehensive coverage of the Indian economy under five sections: Basic Issues in Economic Development; Indian Economy at Independence; Policy Regimes; Growth, Development, and Structural Change; and Sectoral Trends Cited by: 7.
About the Book. Section – A: Issues in Development and Planning with reference to India 1. The Concept of Growth and Development 2. Characteristics of Underdeveloped Countries and the Indian Economy 3. Determinants of Development 4. Role of Physical and Human Capital Formation in Economic Development 5.
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During the year, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was rolled out to replace different rates of taxes across the country. GST subsumed several.
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The book provides a comprehensive coverage of Indian economy under five sections: Issues in economic development: institutional framework and policy. The economy of India is characterised as a developing market economy.
It is the world's fifth-largest economy by nominal GDP and the third-largest by purchasing power parity (PPP). According to the IMF, on a per capita income basis, India ranked th by GDP (nominal) and th by GDP (PPP) in From independence in untilsuccessive governments promoted protectionist economic Currency: Indian rupee (INR, ₹).
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The Indian economy is in a transition phase largely owing to important reforms undertaken in the last few years, a top Indian banker has said exuding confidence that the country's growth rate will be back on track. "Growth can come back.
Because of a lot of (reforms), economy is in transition. We had GST (goods and services tax). We had IBC (insolvency and bankruptcy code). The Indian Economy and its Challenges Reconciling growth and development has decidedly been an important challenge for the Indian economy. Scholars have appraised the economic reforms since the nineties in a divergent fashion in the wake of persisting backwardness and increasing inequality.
This book discusses economic development in general and selected public policy issues with a focus on philosophy, Gandhian thoughts and sectoral issues in the Indian context.
It presents scholarly contributions on growth and development in India, with particular emphasis on human development in connection with the economy of India and selected. This book will be of interest to students, scholars, researchers, industry stakeholders and policy makers with an interest in Indian economy, agrarian economy, social development, and is an essential reading for anyone interested in enhancing their knowledge about the subject.
India is a developing country and our economy is a mixed economy where the public sector co-exists with the private sector. For an overview of Indian Economy, we should first go through the strengths of Indian economy.
India is likely to be the third largest economy with a GDP size of $15 trillion by The economy of India is currently the world’s fourth largest in terms of real GDP.
The present book discusses the development issues facing the Indian economy. It is the experience of the authors that the traditional textbooks carry ample description and heaps of data but little analytical framework. The study of Indian economy is, therefore, reduced to a study of ‘descriptions’ and cramming of data.
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Written in a clear and objective manner, this revised edition of the popular textbook provides comprehensive coverage of the Indian economy. With extensive references to original works, this account examines updated data and answers important financial questions on topics that include basic issues in economic development, economy and independence, policy regimes,/5(5).
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