Accelerating Growth and Poverty Reduction: A Policy Framework for India's Development
This Book Is Based On Policy Papers Written During The Nineties At The Ministry Of Finance. The Fundamental Objective Of Economic Policy Is To Generate Equitable Economic Growth And Thus Bring About The Increased Well Being Of All Citizens. The Goal Of These Policy Papers Was To Remove Policy Distortions That Were Hindering Growth And Productivity And To Introduce Economic And Institutional Reforms That Would Accelerate Growth. The Policy Recommendations Were Shaped By Theory And Empirical Evidence On The One Hand, And By Institutional/Organisational And Socio-Political Constraints On The Other.
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Policies for Employment Generating Growth
Reform of Agriculture
100 per cent agricultural allowed areas banks basic broadcasting capital account convertibility capital inflows cent foreign equity CENVAT co-operative commercial commodity competition cost countries crisis customs duty de-control de-licensing debt decades domestic economy effect efficient electricity eliminated employment ensure entry exchange rate expenditures exports farmers fertiliser foreign exchange foreign exchange market functions funds Government growth important incentive income increase India industry infrastructure services Internet telephony investment issue labour land licensing modern modernised natural monopoly organisations poor potential poverty line primary education privatisation production promote public sector railway reduced reforms regulations regulatory authority regulatory systems rent control rent seeking requires reserves resource rent revenue role rural social special excise spectrum subsidy supply telecom trade urban users Value Added Tax X-inefficiency