Sustaining High Growth In India
Studies the question of achieving and sustaining high rates of growth and economic development in India.
|Titel:||Sustaining High Growth In India|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Afmetingen:||164 x 238 x 43|
Preface Pravakar Sahoo; Introduction Pradeep Agrawal; Part I. Ensuring Macroeconomic Stability for Sustaining High Growth Rates: 1. Propagation mechanisms of inflation in India: an empirical investigation Ashima Goyal; 2. Managing food price inflation in India: demand projections and supply considerations Pradeep Agrawal; Part II. Promoting Industrial Development for Sustaining High Growth Rates: 3. Economic complexity as a determinant of industrialization of countries: the case of India Emanuele Pugliese, Guido L. Chiarotti, Andrea Zaccaria and Luciano Pietronero; 4. China's manufacturing success: lessons for India Pravakar Sahoo and Abhirup Bhunia; 5. Sustaining India's manufacturing sector growth in the face of increasing competition from Chinese imports Bishwanath Goldar and Yashobanta Parida; Part III. The International Economic Issues and Sustaining High Growth: 6. Global recession and Eurozone debt crisis: impact on exports of India and China Pami Dua and Divya Tuteja; 7. Changing global trade regime and emergence of mega FTAs: strategy for India's external sector sustainability Geethanjali Natraj, Abhirup Bhunia and Garima Sahdev; 8. Economic impact of foreign capital inflows in emerging Asia Pradeep Agrawal and Durairaj Kumarasamy; 9. FDI outflows from the BRIC countries: impact on domestic capital formation Nandita Dasgupta; Part IV. Infrastructure Bottlenecks to Sustaining High Growth: 10. Infrastructure, human capital and growth: a quantitative analysis for India Pradeep Agrawal; 11. Elementary education in India: a study of accessibility and quality Indrajit Bairagya and Radhika Saraf; 12. Education and economic growth – a comparative study of China and India Lakshmi K. Raut; Part V. Some Socio–Political Issues in Sustaining High Growth: 13. Demographic dividend and economic growth in India William Joe, Atish Kumar Dash and Pradeep Agrawal; 14. Social cohesion and uncertainties in economic growth: a pre- and post-reform analysis of India Tapas Mishra, Sushanta Mallick, Mamata Parhi and Prashant Gupta; 15. Does openness and democracy reduce corruption: results for South Asian nations and India Rukmani Gounder and Shrabani Saha; 16. Regional dynamics of rural credit and growth in India: exploring nonlinearity and convergence in growth patterns Sushanta Mallick, Banikanta Mishra and Tapas Mishra.
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