Indian Industrial Development and Globalisation: Essays in Honour of Professor S.K. Goyal

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Academic Foundation, 2009 - Business & Economics - 899 pages
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The contents of this volume add useful dimensions to the ongoing debate on various issues relating to India's transition to the new economic policy regime. While some of the contributions deal specifically with the Indian scenario, others provide an overall context for the debate. Section I deals with the issue of industrialisation and employment especially in the context of increasing importance of the services sector and deceleration of the agricultural sector. Section II examines the historical context of the development of corporate sector in India as well as the present ownership pattern of the sector which has direct implications for industrialisation and distributional aspects respectively.This section also deals with the developments in the banking sector. Section III focuses on the role of foreign direct investment in development and innovation, the performance of different constituents of the corporate sector in terms of exports and India's preparedness for a free trade agreement with China. Section IV is about globalisation issues in general and India's experience in this context in particular. Section V focuses on issues relating to poverty and inequality. Section VI covers a different set of issues namely, political and cultural dimensions of the new era.
 

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Contents

List of Tables and Figures
19
Preface
25
Evolution of Indian Organised Manufacturing
63
Is Growth Sans Industrialisation Sustainable?
89
8A Industrial Growth in Asian Perspective 19992000
105
Dissecting Recent Indian Experience
111
A Dynamic Perspective
133
Simple Despatch Model for the Power Sector India
169
Export Intensity of Indian Industrial Firms
471
Indian Economy
539
l9 Importance of Multilateral Trading System in Globalising System
557
Potential and Concerns
569
NorthSouth
595
19612004
605
Globalisation and Social Aspects of Development
641
Empirical Evidence of Financial Integration
653

Demand of Each Month for 200506 in MW
173
Surai1tMazumdar
193
Managing
237
Past Present and Future
311
The Nationalisation of Commercial Banks
347
Public Sector Banks in India
353
Lessons from Literature
383
Indian Experience
409
Some Aspects of FDI in the Indian Corporate Sector
429
as on 200001
445
Economic Reforms Growth and Wellbeing in Indias
689
An Update on Measurement and Determinants
711
3a Correlates of Head Count Ratio of Poverty Rural
727
Special Economic Zones Growth and Equity
743
Towards a Theory of Expectations in Politics
803
Citizenship and Dissent
821
Figures
824
MacroMicro
849
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\S. R. Hashim is the director of the Institute for Studies in Industrial Development in New Delhi and the coauthor of Capital-Output Relations in Indian Industries. K. S. Chalapati Rao, K. V. K. Ranganathan, and M. R. Murthy are professors at the Institute for Studies in Industrial Development in New Delhi.

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