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Indian Economy Update
Set of 6 Volumes
Editors : RAJ KAPILA & UMA KAPILA;
Hard bound book;  Pages : 427
1996 Edition; ISBN - 81-7188-112-2
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About The Book :

The content of these 6 volumes is essentially an extension of the previously published and highly acclaimed "classic" publication entitled Understanding Indian Economic Reforms (6 Vols.). These update volumes also form the foundation of the continuing series Economic Developments in India : Monthly Update

 

CONTENTS of the 6 volumes include :

 
Analytical Articles...
  
1. Editors’ Introduction
 
2. Five Years of Economic Reforms
Manmohan Singh
Ex-Finance Minister, Govt. of India 
 
3. The Economic Consequences of Economic Reforms
Shankar Acharya
Secretary and Chief Economic Advisor, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India
 
4. Economic Reforms of Mrs. Indira Gandhi
Arjun K. Sengupta
Member, Planning Commission, Govt. of India
 
5. Reforming the Financial Sector : The New Challenges
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Bombay
 
6. Credibility of Monetary Management : The Next Phase of Reform
S.S. Tarapore
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
7. Central Bank Independence and Monetary Policy
Manuel Guitian
Director, Monetary & Exchange Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund
 
8. Reforms in Trade Policy
Shyamal Ghosh
Director of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India
 
9. Recent Experience with Surge in Capital Inflows
Charles Collyns
Chief, Central Asia Division, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Washington U.S.A.
 
10. Capital Market Innovations : Opportunities and Challenges
  Andrew Crockett
General Manager, Bank for International Settlements
 
11. The Role of Non-Bank Financial Companies in Financial Sector Development
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Bombay
 
12. The Liquidity Crunch : Facts and Fiction
S.S. Tarapore
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
13. Governmental Finances
Jagmohan Bajaj
Chairman, Resource Mobilisation Committee, Govt. of U.P.; Earlier : Additional Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India, New Delhi
 
14. Industry and Structural Adjustments
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Associate Professor, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University (J.N.U.), New Delhi
 
15. Indian Economic Reforms and International Experience : Grey Areas, Current Debates and Unfinished Tasks
S.P. Gupta
Director & Chief Executive, Indian Council for Research on International Relations, New Delhi
 
16. Planning for Globalisation and Sustainability : Agro-climatic Regional Planning as an Alternate Paradigm
G.S. Guha
General Manager, Bank for International Settlements
Niti Mathur
Project Executive, Agro-Climatic Regional Planning Unit (ARPU), Planning Commission, Govt. of India of India
Y.S. Swaroop
Project Executive, Agro-Climatic Regional Planning Unit (ARPU), Planning Commission, Govt. of India
 
17. Financial Sector Reforms : An Exercise in Introspection
N.A. Mujumdar
Editor, Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Mumbai
 
18. The Conduct of Monetary Policy : The Indian Experience
S.S. Tarapore
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
19. Infrastructure for India’s Development : Oil, Ports, Transport and Power
Jagmohan Bajaj
Chairman, Resource Mobilisation Committee, Govt. of U.P.; Earlier : Additional Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India, New Delhi
 
20. The External Sector
Jayati Ghosh
Associate Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University (J.N.U.), New Delhi
 
21. An Assessment of the Growth Experience in Relation to Poverty and Unemployment
Uma Kapila
Reader in the Department of Economics, Miranda House, University of Delhi
 
22. Introduction :The Next Phase of Economic Reforms in India
Raj Kapila
Director & Chief Editor, Academic Foundation, Delhi, India
 
23. India After the Reforms
Ashok Desai
Consulting Editor, Business Standard; Formerly : Chief Economic Consultant, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India
 
24. The Emerging Issues in India’s Balance of Payments and the Exchange Rate Management
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
25. New Economic Policy and Agriculture
Montek Singh Ahluwalia
Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, New Delhi
 
26. India’s Oil Policy in the Coming Century
Vijay Kelkar
Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Govt. of India, New Delhi
 
27. Unorganised Sector and Structural Adjustment
G. Parthasarathy
Director, Institute of Development and Planning Studies, Visakhapatnam
   
28. Public Intervention for Poverty Alleviation
V.S. Vyas
Director, Institute of Development Studies, Jaipur
Pradeep Bhargava
Senior Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, Jaipur
            
29. Economic Growth and the Financial Sector
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
     
30. The Unfinished Agenda of Economic Reforms
Manmohan Singh
Ex-Finance Minister, Government of India, New Delhi
      
31. Energy Policies in India : Lessons in Mesoeconomics
Vijay L. Kelkar
Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Govt. of India, New Delhi
 
32. Infrastructure : Vision 2000
R.V. Gupta
Dy-Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
    
33. Labour Laws and Industrial Relations : India and South East Asian Countries
J.L. Bajaj
Chairman, Resource Mobilisation Committee, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh; earlier : Additional Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India
 
34. Disinvestment : Strategies and Issues
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
35. Ad hocs and Ways and Means Advances
Y.V. Reddy
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 
36. Capital Market Volatility and Investment
B.B. Bhattacharya
Professor, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi
 
37. Economic Policy Approaches : Some Reflections
Edward George
Governor, Bank of England
 
38. Economic Crimes in the Context of the Evolving Economic Policies
N.V. Deshpande
Legal Advisor, Reserve Bank of India
 
Reports & Policy Documents...
 
39. The Updated Exim Policy (March, 1996)
40. An Overall Review of the Indian Economy (February, 1996)
41. Capacity Utilisation in the Private Corporate Sector (April, 1996)
42. Industrial Policy Reforms and the Pattern of Industrial Growth (February, 1996)
43. The Monetary Policy (April-September, 1996)
44. India’s External Debt (A Status Report, December 22, 1995)
45. SEBI Expert Committee Report on Mutual Funds (December 12, 1995)
46. The Arbitration and Conciliation Ordinance, 1996
47. The Export and Import Policy : 1992-97 (full text incorporating the amendments made upto 25th March, 1996)
48. Economy Update : 1996
49. CMM A Common Approach to Major Policy Matters and a 
Minimum Programme of the United Front Government (June,1996)20.Fiscal and Budgetary Developments in Indian Economy : 1991-96
50. Seven Union Budgets at a Glance (1991-97) and Budget Highlights
51. The Union Budget : 1996-97
52. Capital Market Reforms in India : 1992-96
53. Financial Performance of Private Corporate Business Sector 
During the First-Half of 1995-96
54. Shere Committee Report on Electronic Funds Transfer System (1996)
55. External Commercial Borrowings (ECB) : New Guidelines (June, 1996)
56. Guidelines for Euro Issues (June, 1996)
57. Money Market Mutual Funds (MMMFs)
58. The Railway Budget : 1996-97
59. Progress of Financial Sector Reforms : 1994-96 (RBI).
60. Statistical Profile of Indian Economy
  1. Selected Economic & Social Indicators : 1950-51 to 1994-95
  2. Annual Growth Rate of Gross National Product and Net National Product
  3. Gross Domestic Savings and Gross Domestic Capital Formation
  4. Annual Growth Rates of Real Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost by Industry of Origin
61. The Role of Infrastructure in Developing Economies
62. Infrastructure Paves the Way for FDI : The Experience of India
63. Structural Reforms in the Infrastructural Sectors in India : 1991-96
64. Recent Developments in India’s External Sector : 1991-9636.
Monetary and Banking Developments in India : 1991-96
65. RBI Measures for Stability in Forex Market (1996)
66. Mutual Funds - 2000 : Report (1996) SEBI39. The National Environment Tribunal Act, 1995
67. Statistical Appendix
  1. Production of Coal and Lignite
  2. Progress of Electricity Supply (Utilities and Non-Utilities). 
    A : Installed Plant Capacity
    B : Energy Generated (Gross)
  3. Pattern of Electricity Consumption (Utilities)
  4. Commodity Balance of Petroleum and Petroleum Products
68. Monetary Policy for the Second Half of 1996-97
69. Bhagwati Committee Report (Full Text) Draft Takeover Code and Takeover Regulations (August, 1996)
70. Economic Growth and Human Development UNDP (1996)
71. Developments in India’s Social Sector (1991-96)
72. External Sector Policy Measures : Chronology of Events (April 1995 - July 1996)
73. World Trade Organisation : Full Text of Draft Declaration, December, 1996
74. Statistical Appendix
  1. India’s Overall BOP (1991-96)
  2. Foreign Trade of India (1993-96)
  3. External Assistance (1991-96)
  4. India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves (1992-96)
  5. Select Economic Indicators World (1990-96)
75. Review of Economic Developments : 1996-97 (Economic Survey, February 24, 1997)
76. Approach Paper to the Ninth Five Year Plan: 1997-2002 (Planning Commission, January, 1997)
77. New Takeover Code (amendments) Approved by SEBI, January, 1997
78. Disinvestment Commission Discussion Paper on Disinvestment Strategy and Issues (December, 1996)
79. Rakesh Mohan Committee Report on Infrastructure: (The India Infrastructure Report: Policy Imperatives for Growth and Welfare), released in January, 1997
80. Abid Hussain Committee Report on Small Industries (January, 1997)
81. Tenth Finance Commission: Finance Ministry Discussion Paper on Alternative Scheme of Devolution (December, 1996)
82. Union Budget at a Glance, 1997-98
83. Deficit Trends : 1989-90 to 1997-98
84. Statistical Appendix
  1. Resources Transferred to State Governments and the Union Territory Governments (Union Budget, 1997-98)
  2. India : Investments in Infrastructure (1980-1994)
  3. Key Economic Ratios of Selected Developing Countries (1965 to 1994)
85. Budget Statements, 1997-98
86. Monetary and Credit Policy 1997-98 : First Half (April-September)
87. New Export-Import Policy 1997-2002 : Objectives
88. Disinvestment Commission (Report-I, February, 1997)
89. Final Takeover Code Regulations Approved by SEBI on January 18, 1997
90. Electronics Industry : 1992-2002
91. FIPB Guidelines for FDI (Guidelines for the consideration of Foreign Direct Investment proposals by the Foreign Investment Promotion Board)
92. Financial Performance of Private Corporate Business Sector, 1995-96
93. A Review of Industrial Policy and Development (1996-97)
94. 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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