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Globalisation and Development of Backward Areas

G Satyanarayana

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ISBN 10: 8177081497 / ISBN 13: 9788177081497
Published by New Century Pub, New Delhi, 2007
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Contents I. Globalisation and socio economic concerns/G. Satyanarayana M. Reddi Ramu Y. Kesava Reddy M.V. Raghavulu and A. Rama Mohana 1. Rural development strategies in India. 2. Impact of globalisation on Indian agriculture. 3. Globalisation and Dalits. 4. Human resource concerns under globalisation. 5. Plight of Dalits under Privatisation and globalisation. 6. Intellectual property rights and trade marks. 7. Water resources management policies. 8. Interlinking rivers in India. 9. Causes of farmers suicides a study of Anantapur District. II. Industrial development infrastructure and regional disparities/G. Satyanarayana M.L. Kantha Rao M. Reddi Ramu M.V. Raghavulu and I. Sreenivasulu 10. Industrial development of Anantapur District. 11. Cottage and small scale industries under five year plans. 12. Role of infrastructural facilities in sustainable development of tribal people. 13. Regional disparities in Andhra Pradesh. 14. Inter regional disparities in infrastructure in Andhra Pradesh. III. Natural resources and environmental protection/G. Satyanarayana M. Reddi Ramu Y. Kesava Reddy and M.V. Raghavulu 15. Air pollution and its impact on environment. 16. Global and national environmental protection policies. 17. Effects of water pollution on human health. 18. Strategies for sustainable development. 19. Biodiversity and need for its preservation. IV. Women empowerment/G. Satyanarayana M. Reddi Ramu B. Vijaya Lakshmi and M.V. Raghavulu 20. Promoting women entrepreneurship. 21. Role of women in rural development. 22. Role of women problems and solutions. V. Tourism and economic development/G. Satyanarayana M. Reddi Ramu and M.V. Raghavulu 23. Sustainable tourism case study of Chittoor District. 24. Tourism potential in backward areas of Andhra Pradesh. 25. Socio economic impact of tourism in developing countries. Index. Globalisation is widely seen as the most important factor that could influence economies of nations the world over in the new millennium. The rapid advancement in information technology and communications has made it not just possible but absolutely essential for industry the world over to adapt or fall by the wayside. The most important aspects of economic globalisation are Breaking down of national barriers International spread of trade financial and production activities and Growing power of transnational corporations and international financial institutions in these processes. While economic globalisation is a very uneven process with increased trade and investment being focused in a few countries. The issue that concerns developing countries is how one can ensure greater participation of the weaker economies particularly backward regions of these economies in the global process and what needs to be done to ensure that the course of globalisation benefits more people in more countries. The socio economically disadvantaged are yet to benefit from reform policies. The challenge to overcome the scourge of poverty remains a daunting task. The support of the poor for reforms and their involvement in the development process can be achieved only if they start benefiting from the policies. It is necessary to ensure that the poor and the deprived have an even greater stake in economic reforms than at present for mobilising their enthusiastic participation in the development process. Economic reforms must be guided by compassion and distributive justice. Improvement of living conditions of the poorest and the weakest sections of society should be high priority areas in the first decade of the new millennium. This book analyses the trend towards globalisation and focuses on implications of it for backward regions of India. 262 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 64707

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Title: Globalisation and Development of Backward ...

Publisher: New Century Pub, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Hardbound

Book Condition:As New

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Globalization is widely seen as the most important factor influencing national economies of nations in the new millennium. The rapid advancement in information technology and communications has made it not just possible but absolutely essential for industries the world over to adapt or fall by the wayside. The most important aspects of economic globalization are the breaking down of national barriers; the international spread of trade, financial, and production activities; and the growing power of transnational corporations and international financial institutions in these processes. ????The issue that concerns developing countries is how one can ensure greater participation of the weaker economies, particularly backward regions of these economies, in the global process and what needs to be done to ensure that the course of globalization benefits more people in more countries. The socio-economically disadvantaged are yet to benefit from reform policies. The challenge to overcome the scourge of poverty remains a daunting task. The support of the poor for reforms, and their involvement in the development process can be achieved only if they start benefiting from the policies. It is necessary to ensure that the poor and the deprived have an even greater stake in economic reforms than at present for mobilizing their enthusiastic participation in the development process. Economic reforms must be guided by compassion and distributive justice. Improvement of living conditions of the poorest and the weakest sections of society should be high priority areas in the first decade of the new millennium. This book analyzes the trend towards globalization and focuses on implications of it for backward regions of India.

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