4 edition of Indian economic growth: constraints and prospects. found in the catalog.
Indian economic growth: constraints and prospects.
Ranjit Kumar Sau
Bibliography: p. -114.
|LC Classifications||HC435.2 .S28|
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|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||74900196|
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book Constraints to achieving this goal are the poor state of the infrastructure and the need to accelerate the rate of productivity growth.
Macro stability is necessary to maintain high rates of investment a pre-requisite for rapid growth. The other papers look at the prospects of Reviews: 1.
The book talks about India’s long-term growth experience, opportunities and challenges and tries to examine the factors that helped to achieve the rapid economic growth during the past 25 years.
The author draws on his findings the main constraints that are likely to affect the country’s growth in the future and highlights the policies that. The World Bank Group has downgraded global real GDP growth to % fordown by %age points from its previous forecast in January.
Growth is expected to be increase marginally to % in India’s high-growth phase of – had much to do with growth-friendly global economic conditions that have since run their course. The country’s domestic structural deficiencies—namely poor human resource capabilities; a narrow and predominantly informal industrial base; and a fragmented, low-productivity primary sector—keep a lid on growth and a.
The results are summarized in Table 2, and provide some plausible connections between growth and economic environment changes (such as low interest rates, an. The mere growth of unemployed or paupers cannot lead to greater demand for goods or expansion in their markets.
Having ruled out the beneficial effects of population growth in the context of the Indian economy we discuss below how population growth in India retards economic development. Population Growth and Rate of Saving and Investment. selected articles to print in the special issue of Indian Economic Association and few articles under the edited book volume from the Indian Economic Association Publications.
Attached herewith is the 1. List of articles selected for publication in the Special Issue of Indian Economic Association Journal.
(IEJ). Size: KB. [Show full abstract] emerging constraints on rapid economic growth, e.g., increasing regional and personal inequality, rising unemployment, infrastructural constraints and the fiscal deficit.
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Dinesh Kumar, Upali A. Amarasinghe, Bharat R. Sharma, Kairav Trivedi, O.P. Singh, Alok K. Sikka and Jos C. van Dam 1 Introduction India is still an agrarian country although the structure of the economy is gradually changing.