Economic Reform and the Liberalisation of the Indian Economy: Essays in Honour of Richard T. Shand
Richard Tregurtha Shand, Kaliappa Kalirajan, U. Sankar
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2003 - Business & Economics - 397 pages
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Programme Lessons from Classical Economics
2 The East Asian Experience and its Relevance to India
WHAT TYPE OF AGRICULTURAL REFORM IS NEEDED?
The Agriculture Manufacturing Linkages
From the Uruguay Round to the Millennium Round
Simulations of a Macroeconometric Model
WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL REFORM ON POVERTY?
6 The Nonfarm Economic Activities for the Alleviation of Rural Poverty and Inequality
8 Poverty and Economic Growth in India
9 Making PRIs and ULBs more Autonomous and Effective
WHAT TYPE OF MONETARY AND FISCAL REFORM IS NEEDED?
10 Issues in the Choice of a Monetary Regime for India
11 An Empirical Analysis of Monetary Transmission in India
12 Tax Policy in India
13 How to Think about Local Government Reform in India
7 Income Inequality and Convergence of Income across Indian States
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aggregate Asian Assam average Bangladesh base Bihar cent changes coefficient cointegrating crop output crop prices deficit developing countries direct tax DLYP domestic East Laguna Village economic growth economic reform effect efficiency equation estimated exchange rate expenditure tax export F F F fiscal food grain function grain output growth rate Gujarat Haryana higher households impact important improvement incentives income tax increase India Indian economy industrial inflation target infrastructure input institutions interest rate investment irrigated area Karnataka Kerala labour liberalisation LIIP LM3R LMOR LNERUS LREER Maharashtra manufacturing monetary policy Money Target Nominal Income Target non-food grain Orissa panchayats population poverty incidence Pradesh production Punjab Rajasthan ratio Ravallion reduction relative response revenue role rural literacy rural local governments sector share significant South Asia Sri Lanka state-level subsidies Supply Shock Table Tamil Nadu tariff tractors trade urban variables West Bengal World Bank