Condition: New. Economic Reforms : Rationale and Assessment 2. Economic Reforms in the Context of Globalisation 3. Lessons from China 4. Financial Sector Reforms 5.
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Condition: New. Economic Reforms : Rationale and Assessment 2. Economic Reforms in the Context of Globalisation 3. Lessons from China 4. Financial Sector Reforms 5. Agricultural Strategy and Economic Reforms 6. Employment Situation 7. Tenth Finance Commission 8. Reforms in the Insurance Sector II. Srinivasan Prof. Jagdish Bhagwati Prof.
India at Crossroads 2. Rationale for Reforms 3. Designing and Implementing Reforms 4. The Need for Momentum 6. The Need for Comprehensiveness 7. The Speed of Reforms 8. The Need for Institutional Change 9. Meeting Expectations Macroeconomic Reforms The Macroeconomic Crisis The Fiscal Deficit and Remedial Action Are We Borrowing Too Much? Institutional Changes to Accompany Trade Liberalisation Direct Foreign Investment Public Sector Enterprises Privatisation and Competition Infrastructure Financial Sector Reform Agriculture Foreign Trade in Agricultural Goods The Public Distribution System Subsidies on Agricultural Inputs Agricultural Credit Trading Choices Supporting the GATT Dhar 1.
Need for Reforms 2. Policy Excesses 3. Politics of Economic Policies 4. The Beginning of Reforms 5. Reforms Slow Down 6. Financial Crisis 7. Resumption of Reforms 8. Current Phase of Reforms 9. Next Phase of Reforms Debt Problem Financial Stabilisation Programme Beginning of Tax Reforms Agricultural Development Subsidies and Consensus Disinvestment by Public Sector Units Globalised Economy: Much Ado about Sovereignty External Debt of India IV.
The Imperative of Economic Reforms 2. Foundations for Sustained Economic Growth in India 5. The Crisis in the Economy 2. The Strategy of the Government 3. Problems of Adjustment and Transition 4. The Evidence on Stabilisation 5. The Medium Term Prospects 6. The Underlying Assumptions VI. Kurien 1. The Nature of Global Economy 2. Developments in the World Economy 3.
Role of Foreign Investment 2. High Degree of Provincial Autonomy 3. Emphasis on Change 4. Emerging Problems in China 5. High Inflation 6. Trade Deficit 7. Reform of State-owned Enterprises 8.
Rangarajan 1. Assessment of Indian Banking System 2. External Constraints 3. Malhotra 1. Deficiencies 2. Banking Reforms 3. Progress Major X. Changes and their Likely Impact on Agriculture 2. Emerging Perspectives 3. Agricultural Performance : Growth, Investment and Productivity 5. Prime Movers of Growth 6. Development and Diffusion of Technology 7.
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