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States of the Indian economy : towards a larger constituency for second generation economic reforms

Author: Amir Ullah Khan; Harsh Vivek
Publisher: Los Angeles : SAGE Publications, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"India today occupies the centre stage in the global arena, and economists the world-over are bullish on India's unprecedented economic growth in the last ten years and its growth prospects for the future." "The large pool of human capital - a young, talented and well-educated workforce - is one of the major drivers of economic growth in the country. Rapid strides in knowledge-based industries, especially  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Khan, Amir Ullah.
States of the Indian economy.
Los Angeles : SAGE Publications, ©2007
(OCoLC)608977049
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Amir Ullah Khan; Harsh Vivek
ISBN: 8178297523 9788178297521
OCLC Number: 172521664
Description: 256 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Making sense of a fast growing economy --
Extent of services in rural India : education, health and market access --
The progressive states in India, putting India at par with the miracle growth economies : Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Ttamil Nadu --
The emerging economies in India, putting reforms to actionriding the performance wave : Andhra Pradesh, Kerela, Karnataka and West Bengal --
Destination India : infrastructure growth and investment --
Industrial renaissance : Indias tryst with industrialisation --
Conclusion --
References and select bibliography --
Index.
Responsibility: Amir Ullah Khan and Harsh Vivek.
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"India today occupies the centre stage in the global arena, and economists the world-over are bullish on India's unprecedented economic growth in the last ten years and its growth prospects for the future." "The large pool of human capital - a young, talented and well-educated workforce - is one of the major drivers of economic growth in the country. Rapid strides in knowledge-based industries, especially information technology, rejuvenation of the manufacturing sector, revolution in the agricultural sector and resurgence in exports have made India one of the fastest growing economies in the world. The opening up of the economy and growth in entrepreneurship has made India a sought-after destination for foreign investment." "The authors argue that this situation is a result of the first generation economic reforms, initiated primarily by the central government. For inclusive growth, the onus is on the state governments to carry forward a second generation of reforms."--BOOK JACKET.

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