India Development Report 2012–13

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ISBN:

9780198092018

Publication date:

10/12/2012

Paperback

468 pages

280.0x216.0mm

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ISBN:

9780198092018

Publication date:

10/12/2012

Paperback

468 pages

280.0x216.0mm

S. Mahendra Dev

Suitable for: The Report includes a statistical appendix, which is a valuable source of information on the macroeconomic trends. It is a must-read for students and scholars of economics and development studies, as well as policymakers, policy analysts, government agencies, aid agencies, NGOs, business and industry professionals, the media, and general readers.

Rights:  World Rights

S. Mahendra Dev

Description

India is today a $1.8 trillion economy, the fourth largest in the world. Its robust and dynamic economy has achieved much in the last two decades of the reform period. How has the Indian economy been performing? What should be done to revive GDP growth? How can inflation be controlled? Is fiscal policy pro- or counter cyclical in India? Providing answers to topical questions as these, this India Development Report, the seventh in the IDR series, examines: • macroeconomic developments and the growth process; • performance of agriculture, manufacturing, and services sectors; • issues related to borrowings by Indian firms; • energy security and climate change; • urban civic services, urban migration, and urban mobility; • poverty, inequality, and human development; and • emerging issues such as corruption and governance failures.   IDR 2012–13 provides a comprehensive assessment of the post-reform performance of the Indian economy and the policies needed in the next decade and beyond to achieve the ‘faster, more inclusive and sustainable growth’ envisaged in the Twelfth Five Year Plan.  

S. Mahendra Dev

S. Mahendra Dev

S. Mahendra Dev

S. Mahendra Dev

Description

India is today a $1.8 trillion economy, the fourth largest in the world. Its robust and dynamic economy has achieved much in the last two decades of the reform period. How has the Indian economy been performing? What should be done to revive GDP growth? How can inflation be controlled? Is fiscal policy pro- or counter cyclical in India? Providing answers to topical questions as these, this India Development Report, the seventh in the IDR series, examines: • macroeconomic developments and the growth process; • performance of agriculture, manufacturing, and services sectors; • issues related to borrowings by Indian firms; • energy security and climate change; • urban civic services, urban migration, and urban mobility; • poverty, inequality, and human development; and • emerging issues such as corruption and governance failures.   IDR 2012–13 provides a comprehensive assessment of the post-reform performance of the Indian economy and the policies needed in the next decade and beyond to achieve the ‘faster, more inclusive and sustainable growth’ envisaged in the Twelfth Five Year Plan.  

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