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Two Decades of Economic Reforms   
Two Decades of Economic Reforms
Towards Faster, Sustainable and More Inclusive Growth
Uma Kapila (ED)

Hard-bound Book (6¼ × 9¼)  :   Pages : 392

2012  Edition   :   ISBN - 978-81-7188-941-9

Price : Rs. 995.00 / USD 59.95

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ABOUT THE BOOK :

India has travelled through a remarkable journey in the last two decades. This book depicts the journey and the challenges ahead through the writings of eminent economists, scholars, policymakers and experts in respective fields.

India has come a long way and today the world acknowledges this achievement but much more needs to be done on the ‘human face’ aspects of reforms which has been well covered in various papers in this book.


About the Editor:

Dr Uma Kapila retired as Reader, Department of Economics, Miranda House, University of Delhi. An alumna of Miranda House and Delhi School of Economics, she has taught Indian economy to undergraduate students for 42 years. She has authored/edited numerous books on the subject, including some of the most widely acclaimed textbooks on Indian economy. Presently, she is Senior Editor, Academic Foundation.

CCONTENTS IN DETAIL :

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Preface

1. Two Decades of Economic Reforms: Towards Faster, Sustainable and More Inclusive Growth — UMA KAPILA

2. Indian Economy: Progress and Prospects
— DEEPAK MOHANTY

3. The Indian Economy: Current Concerns and Future Prospects
— C. RANGARAJAN

4. India on the Growth Turnpike: No State Left Behind
— ARVIND PANAGARIYA

5. Rejigging the Elephant Dance
— DUVVURI SUBBARAO

6. Growth, Resilience and Reform: Reflections on Post-Crisis Policy Challenges
— SUBIR GOKARN

7. India’s Development Drama (1991-2011): From Milton Friedman to Mahatma Gandhi — N.A. MUJUMDAR

8. Prospects and Policy Challenges in the Twelfth Plan
— MONTEK S. AHLUWALIA

9. Twelfth Five Year Plan: Some Perspectives
— MANMOHAN SINGH

10. India in 2025: Growth and Inclusion
— BIBEK DEBROY

11. Inclusive Growth: Role of Sociopolitical Factors— Comparative Experience of India and China — C.H. HANUMANTHA RAO

12. Why for a Class of Bribes the Act of Giving a Bribe should be Treated as Legal — KAUSHIK BASU

13. Global Cooperation on Sustainable Growth and Development: Views from G-20 Countries — PRANAB MUKHERJEE

14. Challenge of Transforming Indian Agriculture
— V.S. VYAS

15. Reforming Agriculture
— ASHOK GULATI

16. On Strategies for Disinvestment and Privatisation
— VIJAY KELKAR

17. Empowering MSMEs for Financial Inclusion and Growth: Issues and Strategies — K.C. CHAKRABARTY

18. Monetary Policy Dilemmas: Some RBI Perspectives
— DUVVURI SUBBARAO

19. Legislative Reforms: Strengthening Banking Sector
— ANAND SINHA

20. Towards Rapid, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth: Challenge of the Future
— MANMOHAN SINGH

 
   
  CONTRIBUTORS:    
 
   
 

Montek S. Ahluwalia Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi.

Kaushik Basu Chief Economic Advisor, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, New Delhi.

K.C. Chakrabarty Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai.

Bibek Debroy Professor, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi.

Subir Gokarn Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai.

Ashok Gulati Chairman, Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India, New Delhi.

Uma Kapila Reader (Retd.) Department of Economics, Miranda House, University of Delhi; presently: Senior Editor, Academic Foundation, New Delhi.

Vijay L. Kelkar Chairman, India Development Foundation, New Delhi; Chairman, Thirteenth Finance Commission, Government of India, New Delhi.

Deepak Mohanty Executive Director, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai.

Pranab Mukherjee Finance Minister, Government of India.

N.A. Mujumdar Former Principal Advisor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai.

Arvind Panagariya Jagdish Bhagwati Professor of Indian Political Economy and Professor of Economics at Columbia University, New York.

C. Rangarajan Chairman, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister; Formerly: Chairman, Twelfth Finance Commission; Ex-Member, Planning Commission, New Delhi.

C.H. Hanumantha Rao Honorary Professor, Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS), Hyderabad; Ex-Chairman, Institute of Economic Growth (IEG), Delhi and Ex-Member, Planning Commission.

Manmohan Singh Prime Minister of India.

Anand Sinha Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai.

Duvvuri Subbarao Governor, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai.

V.S. Vyas Professor Emeritus and Member, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister, New Delhi.

   
       
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