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Kanchan Datta, Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay

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ISBN 10: 9381136165ISBN 13: 9789381136164

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Kanchan Datta, Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay

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Kanchan Datta, Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay

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Kanchan Datta and Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay

Published by Abhijeet Publications (2011)

ISBN 10: 9381136173ISBN 13: 9789381136171

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About this Item: Abhijeet Publications, 2011. Contents Preface 1 Relationship between agriculture and economic growth in Arunachal Pradesh-a reflection of tribal commitment 2 Tourism in Arunachal Pradesh-some prospects and problems 3 Some development perspective of North East India 4 Degree of association between forestry and fishing in Northeast India 5 ARIMA forecasting on domestic tourists arrival in Sikkim 6 Rice production in Assam-a brief noteNortheast India consists of eight states; Assam Arunachal Pradesh Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Tripura and finally Sikkim these are popularly known as seven sisters and one brother There has been a plethora of research studies regarding the economy socio-cultural structure political boundary ethnicity and terrorism of North East India There has been a huge promise regarding the development of these states both from central and state governments corner But inspite of this promise with respect to development perspective it is still far below to South India West India and North India It is not that northeast states are resource less Inspite of having plenty of potential resources why these states are not flourishing is a matter of research This book basically seeks to investigate the relationship between two macro economic variables contribution of forestry and fishing overall development indicators and present status compared to national average tourism potentialities forescasting on domestic tourists arrival etc 124 pp. Seller Inventory # 97545

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Kanchan Datta and Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay

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About this Item: Abhijeet Publications, 2011. Contents Preface 1 Introduction 2 Survey of literature 3 Methodology 4 Budget deficit and interest rate in the economy of Srilanka 5 Budget deficit and interest rate in the economy of Nepal 6 Budget deficit and interest rate in India 7 Budget deficit and interest rate in the economy of Maldives 8 Budget deficit and interest rate in the economy of Bhutan 9 Budget deficit and interest rate in the economy of Pakistan  10 Summary and conclusion References Index The research support from the UGC has gone a long way to generate massive research activities in the department Teachers and Research scholars have devoted themselves in active research works on "Regional Studies" This South Asian Economy constitutes the main thrust of such studies This book is the outcome of such kind of research effort We express our sincere gratitude to Professor A Basumajumdar Honable Vice Chancellor North Bengal University for his generous help and unfailing support for over research endeavors A common belief held by some economists that persistent budget deficits leads to higher interest rates thus hindering capital formation However economists disagree whether large budget deficits affect the real economy The Keynesian open economy hypothesis states large budget deficits may increase interest rates and appreciate the domestic currency and other currencies crowding out investment spending and net exports Alternatively proponents of the Ricardian equivalence proposition claim that deficits have no real effects since households adjust their savings to offset anticipated future tax liabilities implicit in deficits for a given path of government spending Therefore interest rates are unaltered and budget deficits have no adverse macroeconomic effects Under this circumstances it is quite pertinent for a researcher to investigate the presence of such kind of relationship among SAARC countries 151 pp. Seller Inventory # 86845

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Kanchan Datta and Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay

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About this Item: Abhijeet, 2011. figs, tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Theoretical aspects of twin deficits 2 An outline of Maldivian economic environment 3 Literature survey 4 Research methodology models and the data 5 Stationarity and integrability of budget deficits and trade deficits 6 Study of cointegration 7 Stability of the long-run relationship between trade deficit and budget deficit in Maldives 8 Causality test 9 Vector auto regression VAR modeling 10 Intervention analysis through the study of impulse response functions 11 Intervention analysis through the study of variance decomposition 12 Summary conclusion and future scope BibliographyThe macroeconomic structure of trading economies and the evolution of the ideas of the economists about is since 1971 constitute fascinating topic of interest to a researcher who seeks to know whether events shape ideas or ideas modify the course of events The period since 1970s in economic history is made colorful by the growth of unprecedented events and subsequent development of important innovative ideas The events which took place in this period are perplexing and enormously important for international economic community The ideas too changed markedly in the past decades The focus of analysis has changed The validity of some of the underlying assumptions of the prevalent models has been questioned Some well known theories have been subject to skepticism New assumptions have been introduced The macroeconomic structures of trading economies have been re-examinedThe most important events in the history of international economics during 1970s is the breakdown of fixed exchange rate system and the adoption of flexible exchange rate system instead It is significant because it spelled the end of the spirit of Bretton Woods System as incorporated in the IMF chapter With the adoption of flexible exchange rate system since 1970s another important event emerged This is known as the Twin deficits Phenomenon in economic literatureThe phenomenon of Twin Deficits is a recent development in macroeconomic structure of trading economies Its origin dates back to 1980s when flexible exchange rate virtually replaced the system of fixed exchange rate The simultaneous upsurge of the budget deficit and trade current account deficit in a relatively large number of countries was observed in 1980s The close correlation observed between these two deficits is usually known as Twin deficitsTwin Deficits therefore refer to the long run relationship between budget deficit and trade deficit or current account deficit The proposition that budget deficit has positive and significant effect on trade deficit is usually referred to as twin deficit hypothesis The hypothesis basically implies that the main cause of trade deficit is the excessive budget deficit However some economists also argue that budget deficit may also be the resultant of trade deficit Consequently the direction of causality between these two macroeconomic variables appears to be a subject of contention among the economists jacket 176 pp. Seller Inventory # 97521

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Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay, Anil Bhuimali and Kanchan Datta

Published by New Delhi Publishers, 90, Sainik Vihar, Mohan GardenNew Delhi-110 059Tel: 011-25372232, 9971676330 (2012)

ISBN 10: 938127407XISBN 13: 9789381274071

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About this Item: New Delhi Publishers, 90, Sainik Vihar, Mohan GardenNew Delhi-110 059Tel: 011-25372232, 9971676330, 2012. Contents Preface 1 Dynamics of demographic change in Assam with special reference to the illegal immigration from BangladeshHomeswar Goswami 2 Causal links between economic growth and consumption expenditures in NepalArjun Kumar Baral 3 Regional and global integration of Indian asset market a post liberalization evidence revisitedHirak Ray and Abhijit Lahiri 4 Exchange rate and purchasing power parity in Indo-Sri Lankan trade time domain-spectral analysisShyam Charan Barma and Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay 5 The recent crash of 2008 and the efficiency of the Indian capital market an econometric time series analysisSandeep Dey and Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay 6 Structural changes in the government expenditure and government tevenue relationship a case study on Indonesia economySubrata Saha and Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay 7 Economic empowerment of women through NREGS in Sikkim IndiaDurga P Chhetri 8 Revenue and expenditure relation in Indian economy effects of unanticipated shocks in the respective profileSuman Sikdar and Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay 9 Inequity in elementary schooling and literacy rate in West Bengal a disaggregated analysisSanchari Roy Mukherjee and Prasanta Basak 10 Educated unemployment the main problem of the present day studentJyoti Kumari Sharma 11 Child labour in IndiaAvijit Ghosh 12 Does electricity consumption really trigger economic growth in Nepal an econometric enquiryRajendra Adhikari and Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay 13 A note on food securityRaktim Deb 14 A simple model on the relationship between corruption and inequalitySamir Seal 15 Consumption and income relationship an alternative approach Mmse arima forecastAmit Kundu and Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay 16 Urbanisation and incidence of slums an inclusive living for allArup Pramanik Regional development is the provision of aid and other assistance to regions which are less economically developed Regional development may be domestic or international in nature The implications and scope of regional development may therefore vary in accordance with the definition of a region and how the region and its boundaries are perceived internally and externally On the other hand Economic Development is growth with social justice that is the increase in the standard of living in a nations population with sustained growth from a simple low income economy to a modern high-income economy Also if the local quality of life could be improved economic development would be enhanced Its scope includes the process and policies by which a nation improves the economic political and social well being of its people A countrys economic development is related to its human development which encompasses among other things health and education These factors are however closely related to economic growth so that development and growth often go together The status of women has been subject to many great changes over the past few millennia specially in the developing nations From equal status with men in ancient times through the low points of the medieval period to the promotion of equal rights by many reformers the history of women in underdeveloped nations have been eventful The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme MNREGS is the most ambitious and Universal poverty alleviation and wage employment programme launched in India since Independence This programme for the first time ensures the livelihood security of the rural poor including women by providing 100 days of guaranteed wage employment in every financial year jacket 234 pp. Seller Inventory # 101126

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