Economic reforms for the poor
Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, Society for Economic Research and Financial Analysis
Konark Publishers, 2000 - Business & Economics - 514 pages
Essays In The Volume Take A Fresh Look At The Liberalization And Globalization Process In India - The Object Is To Evolve A Strategy That Brings Immediate Gains To The Poor Population And To Encourage A Constructive Debate On The Problem. Essays Are Grouped Into 6 Parts Relating To - Poverty - Education - Labour - Law - Agriculture - Economy - Index.
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Economic Reforms and Convergence of Incomes
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agricultural growth Ambedkar Nagar Andhra Pradesh appeals average Bihar capital causality cent competition cost decline Delhi demand shocks distribution effective employment expenditure export factors favourable females FHDs framework groups growth rate Gujarat Haryana High Court higher household illiterate important improve income increase India Indian agriculture inflation info-communication infrastructure inputs institutions investment issue Karnataka Kerala labour market Madhya Pradesh males measures Mumbai Nagar organised Orissa output Panchayats percentage performance period poor poverty alleviation Poverty in India poverty line poverty reduction Pradesh primary school problem production programmes Rajasthan ratio reduce regional relationship Report role rural areas Section Sensex companies significant small firms small industry supply shocks Supreme Court Table Tamil Nadu technical efficiency Tirupur trade unregistered manufacturing Uttar Pradesh wage workers World Bank ZRPTTA ZRSLTA