Capital Flows and Exchange Rate Management

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9780198075455

Publication date:

03/05/2013

Paperback

152 pages

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ISBN:

9780198075455

Publication date:

03/05/2013

Paperback

152 pages

Part of Oxford India Short Introductions

Soumyen Sikdar

This short introduction provides answers to questions such as these by analysing the basic forces driving capital flows, their impact on the exchange rate, and their implications for foreign reserves and domestic money supply.

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Part of Oxford India Short Introductions

Soumyen Sikdar

Description

India is now a preferred destination among the emerging market economies for foreign investors. Is this transition necessarily beneficial for the Indian economy? What are its consequences and how is it to be regulated? How has the Indian economy successfully averted a financial crisis in the era of economic liberalization, unlike many other developing economies?

About the Author
Soumyen Sikdar
, Professor of Economics, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta.

Part of Oxford India Short Introductions

Soumyen Sikdar

Review


‘An extremely lucid introduction ... on the policy challenges that capital fl ows pose for developing countries like India.’
—Mihir Rakshit, Director, Monetary Research Project, ICRA Limited, Kolkata

‘Have Indian policymakers managed to avoid financial disaster? Should controls be eased? The eminent expert Soumyen Sikdar sheds light on such important and complex questions.’
—Anjan Mukherji, Jawaharlal Nehru National Fellow, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi

‘This book would help raise the debate on issues of financial openness [that] have become very important for understanding the functioning of an economy.’
—Partha Sen, Professor, South Asian University, New Delhi

Description

India is now a preferred destination among the emerging market economies for foreign investors. Is this transition necessarily beneficial for the Indian economy? What are its consequences and how is it to be regulated? How has the Indian economy successfully averted a financial crisis in the era of economic liberalization, unlike many other developing economies?

About the Author
Soumyen Sikdar
, Professor of Economics, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta.

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Reviews


‘An extremely lucid introduction ... on the policy challenges that capital fl ows pose for developing countries like India.’
—Mihir Rakshit, Director, Monetary Research Project, ICRA Limited, Kolkata

‘Have Indian policymakers managed to avoid financial disaster? Should controls be eased? The eminent expert Soumyen Sikdar sheds light on such important and complex questions.’
—Anjan Mukherji, Jawaharlal Nehru National Fellow, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi

‘This book would help raise the debate on issues of financial openness [that] have become very important for understanding the functioning of an economy.’
—Partha Sen, Professor, South Asian University, New Delhi

Read More