This title was first published in 2000. An essential collection of studies which examine the many aspects of the Indian economy from trade relations and exchange rate mechanisms to privatization. The text looks at the issue of poverty and income distribution and advances the problems and issues associated with the Indian economy.
’The students, researchers and others involved in developmental work will welcome this new book. A good addition for the libraries.’ Educational Book Review ’…illuminating…’ Asian Affairs
Contents: Introduction; International Aspects: Trade distortions and virtual exchange rates in India, S. Ghatak and J.U. Sikkiki; NAFTA and the new India, W.A. Kerr, N. Perdikis and J.Hobbs; India-European Union trade relations and intra-industry trade. Industry and Environment: Privatization in India: miles to go…?; Financing global environmental protection in the context of Indian forestry, S.P. Chakravarty and S.R.C. Reddy. Labour Markets and Poverty: The dynamics of poverty: occupational mobility in rural India, P.N. Mathur. Economic Ideas: P.N. Mathur and the theory of layers of technique, T. Azid and D. Ghosh. Conclusions; Bibliography; Index.
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