Growth, Imbalance And Indian Economy

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Publisher IK International All Commerce and Economics books by IK International
ISBN 9788189866228
Author: K R Venugopal
Number of Pages 578
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Growth, Imbalance And Indian Economy by K R Venugopal
Book Summary:

Professor K Venkatagiri Gowda was an incisive thinker par excellence. His Economic analysis on the budget were very much valued by the Economists and Administrator in the Country. His work has been internationally valued as definitive and path breaking in the Area of Monetary Economics, International finance and Planing. He has received Lord Leverhulme special Research Award, London School of Economics, 1935-55, and the Karnataka Rajotsava Award in 1983. The book is collection of 83 articles written by Professor Gowda which provide solutions to myriad of Economic problems of our Country.

Audience of the Book :
The book useful for postgraduate and research students, academic planners and policy makers and statesmen.
Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

1.Comprises a bouquet of 83 articles highlighting the economic problems afflicting India and recommending solutions.

2.The articles deal with topics like fiscal structure, industry policy, bank restructuring, exchange rate of rupee, etc. Both fiscal and monetary policies have been discussed.

3.The early liberalization, privatization and globalization years have been kept as the setting for the discussions.

Table of Contents:

1. Reform of the Fiscal Structure

2. Proposed Amendment to the New Industrial Policy

3. Reduction of Import Duties

4. The Entry of Foreign Banks to the Indian Financial System is Desirable

5. Independence for the Reserve Bank of India

6. Are Subsidies the Cause of Fiscal Deficit and Inflation?

7. The Problem of the Rupee

8. Is India getting into the Debt Trap?

9. Structural Adjustment: Human or Brutal

10. Holding down the Fiscal Deficits of the Centre and the States

11. Prohibit the Import of Gold and Silver

12. The Basu Committee on the Norms for Regional Rural Banks

13. Precautions against a Rise in the Rate of Inflation

14. A Mechanism of Curbing States’ Deficits

15. Exchange Rate Bank, Import Liberalisation and Full Convertibility of the Rupee on Current Account

16.The Problem of Inflation Management

17. Conditions Favouring a Reduction of the Rate of Inflation

18. Easing the Liquidity Crunch

19. Oil Prices and Inflation

20. Privatisation of Insurance Business

21. Forecasts about the Indian Economy

22. The Liquidity Crunch in the Indian Economy

23. Focus should Shift from Social Banking to Commercial Banking

24. The Prime Minister on Foreign Investment

25. Relaxing the Rigid Stance about Monetary Growth

26. Need to Re-constitute the Audit Committees of Public Sector Banks

27. A Case for Additional Food Subsidy

28. Exit Policy is an Immediate Necessity

29. A New Dimension to the Mexican Crisis

30. The Spring Meeting of the IMF and the World Bank

31. The Impatient G-13 with Economic Reforms

32. How to Structure the Union Budget for 1995-96

33. Problems of Food Storage

34. India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves

35. Integrated Approach to Poverty Alleviation

36. A Case for Deferring Payment of Additional Salary and Dearness Allowances

37. Economy in Public Expenditure

38. Whither the National Renewal Fund?

39. The Wheat Import Scandal

40. Supply-side Economics: Its Relevance to India

41. Union Budget, 1985-86

42. Dash to High-tech Production: Problems and Prospects

43. Wheat Imports to Restrain Inflation

44. Disinvestment in Public Sector Equity

45. Enhanced Support Prices for Food Grains

46. Modifications of the Loan Waiver Scheme

47. Partial Privatisation of Banks is Dangerous

48. Ceiling on Borrowing to Reduce the Fiscal Deficit

49. Fiscal Consolidation, Inflation, Balance of Payments and the Exchange Rate

50. Stabilisation of Coffee Prices

51. Can a Strong Rupee Deliver Goods

52. Fears about a “Dollar Trap” Unfounded : Adequate Dollars can be Mobilised toOvercome Dollar Shortage

53. The Planning Commission on Devaluation of the Indian Rupee: The Case Rebutted

54. Banning the Movement of Essential Goods to the Neighbouring States

55. Alternative Guarantee Proposals in the Power Sector

56. Capping of Coffee Exports is Necessary

57. Economics of the Power Sector

58. Monetary Financing and Debt Financing of the Fiscal Deficit

59. Need for an External Economic Strategy

60. Is the Decision to Appreciate the Rupee Desirable

61. Will the Rate of Inflation Decline?

62. No Devaluation, Please

63. Reducing the Interest Cost of Public Debt

64. A Note on Railway Finances

65. The SSI Sector and Economic Reforms

66. Managing India’s Food Economy

67. The Proposed Madras School of Economics

68. Mexican Crisis: A Figment of the Pessimists Imagination

69. A Revised Gold Bond Scheme is Necessary

70. Foreign Companies in the Power Sector

71. How to Rescue the Economy from the Inflation Trap

72. Final Act of Full Convertibility of the Rupee on Current Account

73. Economic Growth Holds the Key to the Reduction of Fiscal Defici

74. The Reserve Bank of India and a Stable Rupee

75. India’s Export Performance Emulating the Korean Model is Needed

76. Freezing Dearness Allowance is Imperative

77. Case for Retaining Food and Fertiliser Subsidies

78. Hiking Procurement Prices: Lack of an Integrated Perception

79. Liberalizing Farm Exports

80. Revenue without Tears

81. Export Growth and External Solvency

82. Multinational Corporations (MNCs) to be made Growth-promoting

83. How to Bridge the Trade Gap


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