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India’s Economy in the 21st Century
Editors : RAJ KAPILA & UMA KAPILA;
 
Hard bound book + CD;  Pages : 440
2002 Edition; ISBN - 81-7188-266-3
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Paper bound book;  Pages : 440
2002 Edition; ISBN - 81-7188-263-3
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CONTENTS IN DETAIL :

I. The Economy

 
1. India's Economy at the Beginning of the New Millennium - The 21st Century : Challenges and Opportunities
 
2. India’s Economy in the 21st Century
Bimal Jalan
Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
3. Indian Economy 1950-2000-2020
Y.V.Reddy
Dy. Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
4. India's Emerging Economic Challenges
Vijay l. kelkar
Executive Director, International Monetary Fund(IMF); Ex- Chairman, Tariff Commission; Formerly : Finance Secretary, Government of India, New Delhi
  
5. Economic Reforms : A Policy Agenda for the Future
Montek s. ahluwalia
Director (Evo),IMF,Washington; Ex-Member, Planning Commission, Formerly : Finance Secretary, Govt. of India.
 
6. Acheiving Higher Economic Growth
rakesh mohan
Director & Chief Executive, Indian Council for Research in International Economic Relations (ICRIER), New Delhi; Formerly : Economic Advisor to the Finance Minister, Ministry of Finance; Ex- Director General, National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER), New Delhi
 
7. Economic Reforms : Some Issues and Concerns for the 21st Century
C. rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
8. Structural Transformation of the Indian Economy in the Last Decade of the 20th Century and Future Prospects
Uma kapila
Reader in the Department of Economics, Miranda House, University of Delhi
   

II. Banking and Finance

 
9. Banking and Finance in India : Managing New Challenges
Bimal jalan
Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
10. Some Critical Issues in Monetary Policy
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
11. Agenda for Financial Sector Reforms
N.a. Mujumdar
Editor, Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics; Ex-Principal Advisor ,Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai.
 

III. Agriculture

   
12. Economic Reforms and Indian agriculture : Recent Experience and the Long Term Issues
v.s.vyas and v.ratna reddy
Professor Emeritus; Chairman Governing Board, Institute of Development Studies , Jaipur

Centre for Economic and Social Studies , Hyderabad

 
13. Planning for Agriculture : Challenges and Opportunities in the 21st Century
k.c.pant
Dy. Chairman, Planning Commission, Govt. of India, New Delhi
 
14. A Viable Agriculture in the New International Trade Regime
C. H. Hanumantha rao
Chairman, Centre for Economic & Social Studies, Hyderabad; Ex-member, Planning Commission; Formerly Director ,Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi
 

IV.  Industry and Infrastructure

   
15 Indian Industry : Structural Transformation, Performance, and Recent Policy Initiatives
 
16. Infrastructure and Economic Development
 
17. Corporate Governance
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 

V.  External Sector

   
18. Managing External Economic Challenges in the Nineties : Lesson for the Future
Shankar acharya
Hony. Professor, ICRIER, New Delhi ,Formerly : Chief Economic Advisor, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, New Delhi
 
19. Liberalisation and Challenging Patterns of Foreign Direct Investment
Nagesh Kumar
Senior Fellow, Centre for Research & Information Systems for the Non Aligned and Other Developing Countries (RIS), New Delhi
 
20. Capital Account Convertibility Revisited
s. s. Tarapore
Ex-Dy. Governor ,Reserve Bank of India
 
21. Globalisation and the Indian Economy
Uma kapila
Reader in the Department of Economics, Miranda House, University of Delhi
 
22. Corporate Governance
C. Rangarajan
Governor, Andhra Pradesh; Ex-Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai
 
 

Contents of the CD

 
 
  • Economic Survey 2001-2002.  (Ministry of Finance; February 2002)
  • Budget 2002-2003. (Ministry of Finance; February 2002)
  • Monetary and Credit Policy .   (RBI ,April 29,2002)
  • Macroeconomic and Monetary Developments in 2000-2001
    (RBI, April 29, 2002)
  • National Human Development Report
    (Planning Commission, March 2002)
  • Medium Term Export Strategy
    (Deptt. of Commerce, January 2002)
  • Report on Currency and Finance
    (Reserve Bank of India, January 14, 2002)
  • Report of the Advisory Group on Tax Policy and Tax Administration for the Tenth Five Plan (Planning Commission, May 2001)
  • National Health Policy 2002
    (Ministry of Health and Family Welfare)
  • Tenth Five Year Plan :  Draft Approach Paper (2002-07)
    (Planning Commission, May 01, 2001)
  • Economic Reforms : A Medium Term Perspective
    (Recommendation of Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council, April 2001)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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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