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Indian Economic Journal   

The Indian Economic Journal

Volume 55 • Number 2 • July - Sept. 2008

The Indian Economic Association

Managing Editor: Dr V.R. Panchamukhi
Paperback Book  :   Pages : 184
2008 Edition   :   ISSN 0019-4662
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The Indian Economic Journal is the main Journal of the Indian Economic Association. It is published quarterly and it is a fully refereed Journal. Its main objective is to provide a forum for dissemination of the research findings of scholars from all over the world, on Issues of analytical, methodological and practical value to the professional community. The IEJ is now in its 55th year of publication.



Managing Editor’s Note


1. Poverty and Inclusive Growth
— S.R. Hashim

2. Education and Economic Growth: Complementarities or Threshold Effects? Some Empirical Evidence from China
— Xiaolei Qian and Russell Smyth

3. Role of Agriculture in Poverty Reduction: Some Evidence from Indonesia
— Tulus Tambunan

4. Vulnerability and Natural Disasters in Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu and the Kyrgyz Republic
— Raghbendra Jha

5. Sources of Growth in the Indian Food Processing Sector: A Frontier Production Function Analysis
— Kaliappa Kalirajan and Shashanka Bhide

6. Economic Freedom, Inequality and Poverty: Re-examining the Role of Government
— Simrit Kaur

7. India’s Monetary Integration with East and South-East Asia: A Desirability Study
— Sweta Chaman Saxena

8. Risk-Sharing in the Labour Market: Evidence From Some Industries in India — — Saibal Kar and Poonam Mehra

Communications for Debate and Research

1. The Limit Pricing Theory and Capacity Precommitment: A Note
— Kazuhiro Ohnishi 

2. Testing Weak Form Efficiency: Firm Level Analysis at the National Stock Exchange
— Khan Masood Ahmad, Shahid Ashraf and Shahid Ahmed

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Review Article

  • Allocative Efficiency of Rice Farmers
    — M.S. Kallur

  • Economics in Arthasastra
    — V.R. Panchamukhi


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