India Development Report 2011

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ISBN:

9780198071532

Publication date:

16/05/2011

Paperback

304 pages

280.0x215.0mm

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ISBN:

9780198071532

Publication date:

16/05/2011

Paperback

304 pages

280.0x215.0mm

D.M. Nachane

Suitable for: IDR is essential reading for students, researchers, and teachers of economics and development studies. It will also be useful to policymakers, policy analysts, government agencies, aid agencies, NGOs, business and industry professionals, the media, and general readers. This report also includes a statistical appendix, which is a valuable source of information on the macroeconomic trends.

Rights:  World Rights

D.M. Nachane

Description

The Indian economy continues to baffle and defy any facile analysis. On the one hand, we see a remarkable success story in India's growth record and macroeconomic stability. On the other, there are fault lines in the reforms strategy that have resulted in growing inequalities, low levels of employment, and agrarian distress. This India Development Report (IDR) takes on the ambitious task of a critical assessment of two decades of structural reforms, with some prognostication about the face of the future. This volume, the sixth in the IDR series, examines: - Food security and agrarian crises - Poverty and inequality - Energy insecurity - Disasters and environmental challenges - Industrial performance and regional disparities in manufacturing growth - Role of auditors in governance - Performance of the telecommunications industry - Trade liberalization and India's export sophistication - Capital inflows and policy choices - Outreach of banking services - Employment and industrial relations

D.M. Nachane

D.M. Nachane

D.M. Nachane

D.M. Nachane

Description

The Indian economy continues to baffle and defy any facile analysis. On the one hand, we see a remarkable success story in India's growth record and macroeconomic stability. On the other, there are fault lines in the reforms strategy that have resulted in growing inequalities, low levels of employment, and agrarian distress. This India Development Report (IDR) takes on the ambitious task of a critical assessment of two decades of structural reforms, with some prognostication about the face of the future. This volume, the sixth in the IDR series, examines: - Food security and agrarian crises - Poverty and inequality - Energy insecurity - Disasters and environmental challenges - Industrial performance and regional disparities in manufacturing growth - Role of auditors in governance - Performance of the telecommunications industry - Trade liberalization and India's export sophistication - Capital inflows and policy choices - Outreach of banking services - Employment and industrial relations

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