Economic Reform and the Liberalisation of the Indian Economy: Essays in Honour of Richard T. Shand

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Edward Elgar, 2003 - Business & Economics - 397 pages
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'. . . contains a rich array of well-referenced empirical data, and the diversity of analytical perspectives make invaluable contributions. . . offers useful, up-to-date analyses of India's experience with liberalising reforms, and is sufficiently devoid of technical jargon to be accessible for scholars of whatever disciplinary background.' - Martin Menski, Contemporary South Asia A decade after the implementation of the initial wave of economic reforms in India, the process of transforming the country into a fully developed market economy continues. A hallmark of the globalised economy is its ability to sustain competitive efficiency which, in turn, can lead to enhanced growth. This important new book gauges how far India has been successful in achieving this goal by implementing the correct economic reform measures.

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