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Globalization and Liberalization : Nature and Consequences

Falendra K Sudan

ISBN 10: 8186771727 / ISBN 13: 9788186771723
Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2005
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Contents Preface. 1. WTO and India's new competition policy emerging challenges and imperatives/Vikram Chadha. 2. Jobless growth more inequality what's wrong with globalization/S. Husain Ashraf. 3. Impact of globalization on poverty in India/Mohd. Izhar Ahmad. 4. Impact of globalization on Indian agriculture threats and opportunities/S. Nehru and K. Raja Mohan Rao. 5. Changes in common property resources management in the context of globalization/M. Sabesh Manikandan and K. Raja Mohan Rao. 6. Globalization WTO and TRIPs/T. Subramani. 7. Impact of WTO on export of Non Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) from India/S. Vaidehi and K. Raja Mohan Rao. 8. Globalization and cooperative sector in India challenges ahead/A.R. Viswanath. 9. Education in the globalizing world/Shripad S. Bolashetty. 10. Trade liberalization food security and small farmers implications and policy options/Falendra K. Sudan. 11. Determinants of foreign direct investment in India a post reforms scenario/Rudra Prakash Pradhan. 12. Power sector reforms in India/Anjali Mehra and P.S. Raikhy. 13. Economic reforms and employment in India/Navdeep Kour. 14. Economic liberalization and sustainable development/Arun Kumar Singh. 15. Economic liberalization and institutional reforms in rural credit through through SHGs in West Bengal/Debnarayan Sarker and Sudipta De. Liberalization and globalization are both part of the economic reform undertaken by numerous countries including India in the recent past to give a new shape to their economies. Liberalization is the diminution of progressive elimination of the control of the state over economic policies. Purely internal liberalization confines its attention to the domestic and takes measures to make it more responsive to market forces. External liberalization on the other hand consists of relaxation of the state control in the spheres of foreign trade foreign investment and capital inflow and outflow in a country. On the other hand globalization fostered by free flow of information and rapid technology is a deriving force that no country can turn back. It does impose market discipline on the participants which can be harsh but is the mechanism that derives progress and prosperity. Globalization is an ongoing process of international integration as a result of unprecedented acceleration in the flow of trade assets technology knowledge information and ideas across national boundaries. With this backdrop it is intended to look into the twin phenomena of liberalization and globalization to gain a better understanding of their nature and consequences and fifteen scholarly papers are included in this volume. 269 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 54886

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Title: Globalization and Liberalization : Nature ...

Publisher: Serials Pub, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hardbound

Book Condition:As New

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