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Growth Theory and Globalisation of India

Anil Kumar Thakur and M S Kallur

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2009
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Contents Preface. List of contributors. Introduction/Anil Kumar Thakur and M.S. Kallur. 1. A study on globalisation and growth in India/Debesh Bhowmik. 2. Globalisation and trade in India Issues and conflicts/Anjila Gupta and Manjushri Gupta. 3. Growth prospects in the globalized world International experience of a decade of trade liberalisation/Paramjit Nanda and P.S. Raikhy. 4. Human capital labour markets and economic growth/Anju Kohli. 5. Convergence and mobility of capital across selected countries of the world/Arvind Awasthi. 6. Competitiveness in Indian manufacturing sector in an era of globalisation/Dhiraj Kr. Bandyopadhyay. 7. The new theory of economic growth Endogenous growth model/Shriman Pandey and Namita Gupta. 8. Globalisation international competitiveness and economic growth A panel data analysis/K. Ramesh and A.R. Veeramani. 9. Globalisation and growth stimulating factors operating in India/Smriti Mukherjee. 10. Impact of combined economic efforts of China and India in economic growth/Deepa Rawat and Gunjan Agarwal. 11. Endogenous growth theory/Alpana Kateja. 12. Endogenous Growth Theory Scott's Model New View of Economic Growth and Policy Implications/Rekha Mehta and Rakesh Kumar. 13. Impact of globalisation on socio economic development of India/Asha Agrawal. 14. Growth Theory and globalisation of India/Roopes P. Joshi. 15. India and China Emerging economic dimensions/R. Kalyani. 16. Human capital in India Status trends and future prospects/Arun Prabha Chaudhary. 17. Dynamics of economic growth of India vis a vis China with special reference to telecommunication sector/Suparn Sharma and Shallu Sehgal. 18. The main drivers of services growth in India in post globalisation period/Seema Joshi. 19. Influence of FDI in the process of globalisation in India and other South Asian countries/S.V. Hariharan. 20. Endogenity and exogenity India's growth strategy/Amalesh Banerjee. 21. Growth Theory and some aspects of globalisation of Indian economy/Krishan K. Kaushik Sanju Karol and Sugandha Kaushik. 22. East Asian globalisation Chinese vis a vis Indian/Yashwant Raravikar. 23. Globalisation and women empowerment in India issues and challenges/S.M. Jawed Akhtar. 24. International competitiveness How FDI helps Indian under globalisation/Suvranshu Pan. 25. Endogenous Growth Theory and role of education/Nisha and Prahlad Kumar. 26. Human capital and economic growth Evidence from India/D.K. Nauriyal and Bimal Sahoo. 27. New endogenous growth model Redefined/V.B. Jugale. 28. Growth with corruption What a miracle Indian economy is/Manish Dev. 29. Revenue smoothing hypothesis in the Indian economy Some empirical evidence/Narain Sinha. 30. Growth Theory and globalisation of India/Manoj L. Modiyani and Rakesh Pandya. 31. Theories of economic development and impact of globalisation in India/R.K. Shah. 32. The disempowering masses and the threat to bread labour An analysis of equity question against the grain/Parmanand Singh and Binod Kumar. 33. Globalisation and the role of state in economic development with reference to India/Upendra Sharma. 34. Cross country differentials in growth and the role of human capital An empirical analysis based on neo classical approach/Ratan Kumar Ghosal. 35. Globalisation of India's economic interests in Post Cold War era Some issues/Angrej Singh. 36. Globalisation and foreign direct investment/Md. Reyazuddin and Sukhmani Das. 37. Comparison of growth strategy between India and China/S.S. Naik A.K. Vitonde and R. Jagtap. 38. Corporate social responsibility Global perspective competitiveness social entrepreneurship and innovation/Manoj Joshi S.P. Tiwari and Vindhyalaya Joshi. 39. Growth theory and globalisation/Dev Raj. Index. The basic aim of economic planning in India is to bring about rapid economic growth through development of agriculture industry power transport and communications and all other sectors of the economy. After the failure of Nehru Mahalanobis model of development to deliver the go. Bookseller Inventory # 73293

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Title: Growth Theory and Globalisation of India

Publisher: Deep and Deep, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2009

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