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Economic reform and the liberalisation of the Indian economy: essays in honour of Richard T. Shand

Author: Kalirajan, Kaliappa ; Sankar, UlaganathanPublisher: Edward Elgar , 2003.Language: EnglishDescription: 397 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1843760568Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Economic Reform and the Liberalism of the Indian Economy Contents List of Figures List of Tables List of Contributors Preface HE Mr K.R. Narayanan's felicitations to Richard Shand and this volume Richard Shand: A Dynamic Profile ­ K.P. Kalirajan Introduction ­ K.P. Kalirajan and U. Sankar PART I INDIAN ECONOMIC REFORMS IN THE EAST ASIAN CONTEXT 1. India's Economic Reform Programme: Lessons from Classical Economics Robin Ghosh 2. The East Asian Experience and its Relevance to India T Palanivel PART II WHAT TYPE OF AGRICULTURAL REFORM IS NEEDED? 3. Sequencing in India's Reform Process: The Agriculture Manufacturing Linkages 49 K.P. Kalirajan and U. Sankar 4. Agricultural Trade Liberalisation in South Asia: From the Uruguay 75 Round to the Millennium Round Prema-Chandra Athukorala 5. Impact of Sector-specific and Macro-level Reforms on Agriculture: 104 Simulations of a Macroeconometric Model Shashanka Bhide and K.P. Kalirajan PART III WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL REFORM ON POVERTY? 6. The Non-farm Economic Activities for the Alleviation of Rural Poverty and Inequality 147 Yujiro Hayami 7. Income Inequality and Convergence of Income across Indian States 163 K.P. Kalirajan and Takahiro Akita 3 vii ix xiii xv xvi xvii xx 24 vi Economic Reform and the Liberalisation of the Indian Economy 8. Poverty and Economic Growth in India Peter G. Warr 9. Making PRIs and ULBs more Autonomous and Effective G. Thimmiah PART IV WHAT TYPE OF MONETARY AND FISCAL REFORM IS NEEDED? 10. Issues in the Choice of a Monetary Regime for India Warwick J McKibbin and Kanhaiya Singh 11. An Empirical Analysis of Monetary Transmission in India Kanhaiya Singh and K.P. Kalirajan 12. Tax Policy in India Vasanthi Monsingh, Ian Kerr and Michael Thorpe 13. How to Think about Local Government Reform in India M Govinda Rao and Nirvikar Singh Index 185 210 221 275 309 335 391

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