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Author: Shankar N Acharya
Publisher: New Delhi : Academic Foundation, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Excerpts of author's columns from the Business standard focused on India economic policy related issues.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shankar N Acharya
ISBN: 8171886159 9788171886159
OCLC Number: 122427147
Description: 187 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: India: then and now. India's economy: then and now --
The employment challenge. Can India grow without Bharat? --
Guaranteeing employment or fiscal crisis? --
Reviving industrial employment --
Reforms: on or off? Why did India reform? --
Reforms, may be but at what speed? --
Bad ideas versus good men --
Bad ideas are winning --
Populism rides again --
Economic policy: mid-term report --
Economic growth. What's happening in services? --
Growth prospects: a reality check --
Eight per cent growth forever? --
Infrastructure problems. Foreign exchange for infrastructure, anyone? --
A tale of three cities --
India's water troubles --
Budget and tax policies. The good, the bad and the ugly --
Tax policies for 2005 --
India's tax reformers --
The year of bad taxes --
A curate's egg --
Foreign trade and payments. Wanted: a trade policy --
The ABC of PTAs and FTAs --
A common currency for SAARC? --
A new BoP paradigm? --
Global imbalances --
Monetary and fiscal policies. Inflation and monetary policy --
Farewell fiscal responsibility? --
Fiscal deficit, what's that? --
Foreign affairs. Not in China's league --
China's India strategy --
Talking Turkey --
Foreign policy: mid-term report.
Other Titles: Business standard.
Responsibility: Shankar Acharya.
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Can India grow without Bharat? Is the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act affordable? Why have reforms sputtered despite the ""dream team""? Can we really aspire to China's economic league - or  Read more...

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"This superb collection of essays tells you why Dr. Acharya is India's best policy analyst. . . . Each essay is a gem and a source of invaluable policy advice." --Vijay Kelkar, former finance Read more...

 
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