2 edition of Studies in economic policy and development of India (1848-1939). found in the catalog.
Studies in economic policy and development of India (1848-1939).
Sunil Kumar Sen
|Other titles||Economic policy and development of India.|
|LC Classifications||HC435 .S4413 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||72907240|
In Fig. Since then fiscal policy has been aiming at promoting a market-led development of the economy. Improvements came in the various areas like irrigation, technology, provision of agricultural credit, application of modern agricultural practices and subsidies. The new policy has dismantled all needless, irksome bureaucratic controls on industrial growth.
ADD and chapter 6. By the s, an increasing number of development economists felt that economics alone could not fully address issues such as political effectiveness and educational provision. Edited by J. As it has failed to contain non-plan expenditures, reinvestible surpluses could not be generated. Such public investment concentrated in the construction of irrigation reservoirs, distribution systems. Albert, B.
It makes India less attractive to inward FDI It adds to the cost of living and limits the extent to which millions of India's lowest income families can escape extreme poverty A creaking infrastructure damages the reputation and potential of India's tourism industry Despite these growth constraints, India's expansion far exceeds that of the vast majority of developed nations — to put this into some context, India is delivering 30 years of US economic advance every ten years! Currently the banking sector in India has got maturity in terms of supply, reach-even and product range. The two-sector surplus model, which was developed in the s, has been further criticized for its underlying assumption that predominantly agrarian societies suffer from a surplus of labor. He has done theoretical and field studies research on rural institutions in poor countries, on political economy of development policies, and on international trade. Knowledge is your reward.
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In view of the creation of financial institutions, the monopoly position of the village moneylender in the provisioning Studies in economic policy and development of India book agricultural finance has been broken.
It has created avenues to Studies in economic policy and development of India book farm products. Criticisms: The IPR came in for sharp criticisms from the private sector since this Resolution reduced the scope for the expansion of the private sector significantly.
Edited by C. Innovation in East Asia. LDCs after the World War II, by imposing tariffs and duties, made an attempt to secure maximum benefits from international exchange of commodities.
Hoshino, T. In fact, the Resolution gave ample scope for expansion of the private sector. Now in the absence of tariff and with the opening of trade, the price in India OP becomes equal to the world price OP.
Further, heavy industries in the public sector might obtain their requirements from the private sector while the private sector, in turn, would rely on the public sector for many of its requirements.
Contractionary: Intended to slow the economy down by decreasing aggregate demand. There are several important departures in the latest policy. The IPR also emphasised the importance of small-scale and cottage industries in the Indian economy.
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