This book examines new policies for accelerating India's economic growth. This book discusses a set of dynamic strategies for growth, emphasizing the dynamic role of information technology and the New Economy. These show how new growth and the historical experiences of fast-growing Asian countries can be utilised for a new growth paradigm in India.
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JATI K. SENGUPTA is Professor of Economics at the University of California Santa Barbara, USA. He has published fourteen research monographs and more than three hundred and thirty research papers in leading academic journals.Review:
'The author examines growth in China, Korea and other Asian economies, demonstrates the lessons that India can learn from the successes achieved by these countries, and charts a course for India, with the IT industry acting as an engine for the future economic prosperity of the nation.' Oxfam's Development Resource Review
'This is a well-written book...a good resource for a wider audience of researchers, policy makers and analysts who try to analyse the growth trends, processes, future prospects and strategies for India's future growth.' - Jandhyala B. M. Viswanath, Journal of Indian School of Political Economy
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Book Description Palgrave Macmillan, UK, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First Edition. 224 Pages. NEW. This book examines new policies for accelerating India's economic growth. These policies emphasize the information technology and knowledge diffusion, competitive market efficiency and dynamic comparative advantages as strategies for rapid economic growth and development. Book Description: In 1985, Mikhail Gorbachev ascended to power in the USSR. In selecting a young reformer to the position of general secretary, the politburo had recognized the pressing need to revitalise the Soviet Union. To this end, the leadership imposed a series of reforms aimed at reinvigorating the Soviet economy and society, of which the shifts in foreign policy were the most radical and wide-ranging. Yet, the culmination of the reform process was not Soviet reinvigoration, but the rapid collapse of the USSR. The End of the Cold War and the Causes of Soviet Collapse examines the role played by this foreign policy reform process in the breakdown of Soviet power. Nick Bisley uses a historical sociological theory of the state to analyze the influence of foreign policy alongside the other domestic factors which shaped the development, functioning and failure of the Soviet state. He concludes that the international confrontation was an important structural element of Soviet state rule and that the end of the confrontation contributed to the destablilization of the state in the late 1980s. Moreover, he shows that international factors are fundamental to the functioning of modern states and that international and domestic orders shape one another in vital ways. : About the Author: NICK BISLEY was educated at the University of Melbourne and at the London School of Economics. He has published work on regionalism in East Asia and on revolutions and counter-revolution and is currently engaged on a project on Australia's role in the Asia-Pacific. Size: 22.4 x 14.4 x 1.7 cm. 224 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: History; ISBN: 1403996172. ISBN/EAN: 9781403996176. Bookseller Inventory # X118-1439
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