This book deals with issues in economic development in India. It highlights those factors that are indicative of Indiaas emergence in the global economy yet indicates negative qtrickle downq effects, such as malnutrition, poverty, bonded labourers, high adult unemployment and the widespread use of child labour. Focusing on structural deficiencies for a steady growth rate, and how to make growth inclusive, the book examines duality in development and the factors standing between national economic prosperity and human development. The author analyses issues concerning international trade, technology, access to food, inequality and poverty, and the qcatching upq of developing countries. A novel approach to the analysis of the Indian economy and other developing countries in the 21st century, this book advocates development as a form of governance. With India as a case study, this book provides a solid framework for looking at developing economies which will be useful to policy-makers and to graduate and post-doctoral students and researchers in the areas of development studies and economics, industrialisation and structural change.... Chinese SEZs a than pressure exercised by capital on the management of the firm through the stock markets, as in India. ... restriction through recognized banking channels; (e) exemption from central sales tax; (f) exemption from service tax;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Economic and Human Development in Contemporary India|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2009-12-16|