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Banking & Financial Sector Reforms in India
Set of 6 Volumes
Editors : RAJ KAPILA & UMA KAPILA;
Hard bound book;  Pages : 368
1998 Edition; ISBN - 81-7188-124-6
Price : Rs. 7500.00 ; US $ 399.00
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About The Book :

The set of 6 hard-bound volumes quite comprehensively discusses issues and developments relating to the first phase of reforms in the banking and financial sector. These edited volumes make available choicest analytical articles on the subject along with most relevant set of reports and documents.

 

CONTENTS of the 6 volumes include :

 
Analytical Articles...
 
1. Banking Sector Reforms : Rationale and Relevance
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
2. Making Indian Banks Competitive in the Global Environment
R. Ravimohan
Managing Director, Credit Rating Information Services of India Limited ( CRISIL ), Mumbai
 
3. Current Banking Scenario and the Need for Policy Change
S.P. Talwar
Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
4. Financial Sector Reforms : Retrospect and Prospect
S.S. Tarapore
Ex-Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
5. Public Policy and the Financial System : A Dilemma of Two Cultures
N.A. Mujumdar
Editor, Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Mumbai ; Ex-Principal Advisor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
6. Central Banks, Monetary Policy and the Financial System
John W. Crow
Ex-Governor, Bank of Canada
 
7. Dimensions of Monetary Policy
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
8. Conduct of Monetary Policy : The Indian Experience
S.S. Tarapore
Ex-Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
9. Institutional and Policy Conditions for Monetary Stability : The European Experience
Stefan Schoenberg
Executive Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
 
10. Editors' Introduction
 
11. Reforming the Financial Sector
R.N. Malhotra
Chairman, Indian Council for Research in International Economic Relations (ICRIER), Formerly : Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
12. Imperatives of Banking in India
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
13. Liberalising Interest Rates
R.N. Malhotra
Chairman, Indian Council for Research in International Economic Relations ( ICRIER ), Formerly : Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
14. The Financial Sector and Economic Reforms in India
Arjun Sengupta
Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi ; earlier : Member Secretary, Planning Commission, Govt. of India, New Delhi
 
15. The Indian Financial System : The Emerging Horizon
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
16. Dimensions of Monetary Policy
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
17. Dimensions of Monetary Policy
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
18. Dimensions of Monetary Policy
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
19. Ad hocs and Ways & Means Advances
Y.V. Reddy
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
20. The Future of Central Banking in India
S.S. Tarapore
Ex-Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
21. Central Bank Independence and Monetary Policy
Manuel Guitian
Director, Monetary and Exchange Affairs Deptt., International Monetary Fund (IMF)
 
22. Interest Rate Policy and the Managing of Risks in a Deregulated Environment
S.S. Tarapore
Ex-Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
23. The Role of Credit in Rural India
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
24. Refocussing on Rural Credit : The Macro Dimensions
N.A. Mujumdar
Editor, Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Mumbai ; Ex-Principal Advisor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
25. Autonomy of Central Banks
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
26. Ad hocs and Ways & Means Advances
Y.V. Reddy
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
27. The Future of Central Banking in India
S.S. Tarapore
Ex-Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
28. Central Bank Independence and Monetary Policy
Manuel Guitian
Director, Monetary and Exchange Affairs Deptt., International Monetary Fund (IMF)
 
29. Interest Rate Policy and the Managing of Risks in a Deregulated Environment
S.S. Tarapore
Ex-Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
30. The Role of Credit in Rural India
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
31. Refocussing on Rural Credit : The Macro Dimensions
N.A. Mujumdar
Editor, Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Mumbai ; Ex-Principal Advisor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
32. The Government Securities Market : The Next Phase of Reforms
S.S. Tarapore
Ex-Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
33. Capital Market Innovations : Opportunities and Challenges
Andrew Crockett
Executive Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
 
34. The Role of Non-Bank Financial Companies in the Financial Sector Development
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
35. Inflation, Interest Rates, and Index-Linked Bonds
Vikas Chitre
Professor of Econimics, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune
  K. Kanagasabapathy
Chief General Manager, Internal Debt Management Cell, Reserve Bank of India
Partha Ray
Asstt. Advisor, Division of Fiscal Analysis, Deptt. of Economic Analysis and Policy, Reserve Bank of India
Mridul Saggar
Asstt. Advisor, Deptt. of Economic Analysis and Policy, Reserve Bank of India
 
36. Securities Depositories in India
C.B. Bhave
Managing Director, National Securities Depository Limited, Mumbai
 
37. Disinvestment : Strategies and Issues
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
38. Capital Market Volatility and Investment
B.B. Bhattacharya
Professor, Institute of Economic Growth, University of Delhi
 
39. Indian Banking : Second Phase of Reforms
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
40. The Second Phase of Banking Reforms : Agenda and Issues
Y.V. Reddy
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
41. Perspectives on Monetary Developments and Policy in India
Deepak Mohanty
Director, Deptt. of Economic Analysis and Policy, Reserve Bank of India
  Amitava Sardar
Asstt. Advisors, Reserve Bank of India
Abha Prasad
Asstt. Advisors, Reserve Bank of India
 
42. Monetary Policy : Some Questions Answered
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
43. Development Imperatives and the Banking System
N.A. Mujumdar
Editor, Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Mumbai ; Ex-Principal Advisor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
44. Competition in Indian Banking : Issues and Implications
Y.V. Reddy
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
45. Supervising Without Stifling
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
46. Gold Banking in India
Y.V. Reddy
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
47. The Role of External Auditors in Banking
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
48. The Role of International Monetary Fund in a Globalised World Economy
Leo Van Houtven
Consultant, Former Secretary and Counsellor, International Monetary Fund
 
49. The Second Phase of Financial Sector Reforms
S.S. Tarapore
Ex-Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
50. Financial Sector Reforms : The Indian Experience
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
51. Strengthening the Financial Market Place
William J. McDonough
President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 
52. Financial Sector Reforms in India : Recent Trends
Y.V. Reddy
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
53. Capital Account Convertibility : Implications for the Financial Sector
S.S. Tarapore
Ex-Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
54. Preparing for Capital Account Convertibility : The Changing Role of Auditors
S.S. Tarapore
Ex-Dy.Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
55. Fifty Years of Indian Capital Market : 1947-1997
B.M. Misra
Director, Deptt. of Economic Analysis and Policy, Reserve Bank of India
 
56. Activating Debt Markets in India
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh ; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
57. The Future of India's Debt Market
Y.V. Reddy
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
Reports / Discussion Papers / Policy Document...
 
58. The Monetary Policy : 1996-97
(i) 1st Half : April-September, 1996
(ii) 2nd Half : October-March, 1996-97
59. Monetary Developments (upto end-September, 1996).
60. Banking Developments and Policy Perspectives (upto end-June, 1996).
61. Developments in Commercial Banking (1992-96).
62. Developments in Co-operative Banking (1992-96).
63. Insurance Regulatory Authority Bill, December 1996.
64. Progress of Financial Sector Reforms (1992-93 to 1996-97).
65. Statistical Appendix.
  1. Working Results of All Scheduled Commercial Banks for the years 1994-95 and 1995-96.
  2. Working Results of Public Sector Banks for the years 1994-95 and 1995-96.
  3. Working Results of Nationalised Banks for the years 1994-95 and 1995-96
  4. Working Results of Foreign Banks for the years 1994-95 and 1995-96
  5. Advances to the Priority Sectors by Public Sector Banks
  6. Advances to the Priority Sectors by Indian Private Sector Banks
  7. Distribution of Commercial Bank Branches in India : Bank Group-wise and Population Group-wise.
  8. Distribution of Commercial Bank Branches in India : Bank Region-wise, State-wise.
  9. Progress of Co-operative Credit Movement in India
  10. Money Stock Measures
66. Indian Securities Market : Agenda for Development and Reform
67. Developments in the Monetary and Financial System : 1991-92 to 1994-95
68. Narasimham Committee Report on the Financial System
69. Jankiraman Committee Report on Securities Transactions
70. Malhotra Committee Report on Reforms in the Insurance Sector
71. Banking Companies ( Acquisition & Transfer of Undertakings ) Amendment Act, 1994
72. On-Site Supervision Over Banks : Padmanabhan Committee Report ( 1996 )
73. Shere Committee Report on Electronic Funds Transfer (1996)
74. Export Credit
75. Interest Rate Structure for Advances of Scheduled Commercial Banks (1996)
76. The Reserve Bank of India (Amendment) Ordinance, 1997 : An Ordinance Further to Amend the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934
77. Statistical Appendix
78. Monetary Policy, First Half 1997-98 ( April-September ) : Salient Features
79. Disinvestment Commission Report -I (February, 1997)
80. Final Takeover Code Regulations Approved by SEBI Board, January 18, 1997
81. Mutual Funds - 2000, SEBI Report, 1996
82. SEBI Expert Committee Report on the Accounting Policies, Net Asset Values, and Pricing of Mutual Funds (1996)
83. Money Market Mutual Funds (1996)
84. Guidelines for Companies and Mutual Funds in Respect of Approved Investments (December, 1996)
85. The Financial Markets
86. Statistical Appendix
87. Text of Monetary and Credit Policies : 1997-98 (1st Half and 2nd Half)
88. Banking Developments and Policy Perspectives : 1996-97 and 1997-98
89. Progress of Financial Sector Reforms : 1992-93 to 1997-98
90. NBFCs : RBI Directions, 1998 (New Regulatory Framework Notifications, January 1998)
91. Non-Banking Financial Institutions : Summary of Recent Amendments to the RBI Act
92. Disinvestment Commision : Review of Progress from Reports V & VI93.
93. Tarapore Committee Report on Capital Account Convertibity
94. Report of the Group to Review the Revised Carry Forward System ( July, 1997 )
95. Infrastructure for the Capital Markets : Dave Committee Report
96. Derivatives in India : A Framework of Economic Purpose (Dr. L.C. Gupta Committee Report)
97. Monetary Policy Measures, January 16, 1998
98. NBFC Norms Relaxed : January 31, 1998
99. Statistical Appendix
 

EDITORS :

RAJ KAPILA :

Raj Kapila is the Director and Chief Editor of Academic Foundation, Delhi. He has written extensively and is also the author the following publications : The story of Industrialisation : Industries the world Over ( 1962 ), The Time Demands : A politico-Economic Analysis of Present-day India ( 1966 ), India at Cross : After 25 years of Independence ( 1972 ). Recently he co-edited with Dr. Uma Kapila, a six volume study entitled Understanding India's Economic Reforms. This was very well received and consequently led to the evolution of the concept of " updates " on Indian Economy. Together, they have also edited banking & Financial sector Reforms in India ( 6 vols.,1998). Presently, he is co-editing with Dr. Uma Kapila book series entitled Economic Developments In India.

 
Uma Kapila :

Uma Kapila is Reader in the Department of Economics, Miranda House, University of Delhi. she has been a keen student of current Indian economic problems and has been teaching this subject to undergraduate and post-graduate student of the last forty years. 
As a teacher-fellow at the center for advanced studies, Delhi School of Economics (1976-79), Mrs. Kapila completed her Ph.D. on " Oilseeds Economy of India. " she has also served on the Planning Commission Study Group on " Agricultural Strategies in the Eastern Region of India for the seventh Five Year Plan" (Perspective planning Division). 
Dr. (Mrs.) Uma Kapila is the author of the book "Oilseeds Economy of India" (1982) published by the Institute of Economic Growth under their series " Studies in Economic Development and Planning". She is the editor of the widely read book entitled "Indian Economy Since Independence", currently into its eleventh edition. She also edited five volume on Indian Economy entitled Recent Development in India Economy with special reference to Structural Reforms. She is, presently, Co-edited with Mr. Raj Kapila, book series on economic developments and on banking and financial sectors developments.

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