Browsing 02. Economics by Title

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  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Economic and Political Weekly, 2000)
    This paper provides the overview of the principal developments in the agricultural sector since 1991, since the economic reforms and their likely consequence for the standard of living. The paper has been conceived more ...
  • Batavia, Bala*; Nandakumar, Parameswaran; Wague, Cheick* (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2007)
    The relationship between asset prices and consumer price inflation has been in the limelight again in the last decade.The reason has been the observed linkages in the early 1990's between housing as well as stock market ...
  • Chakravarty, Deepita (Economic and Political Weekly, 2007-01-20)
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Economic and Political Weekly, 2006-09-09)
    The high and rising export intensity of India's software production reflects its global competitiveness. The progress of the industry is intrinsically related to the development of this competitiness. The competitiveness ...
  • Nair, Sthanu R.; Nanda, Nitya; Suresh, Chandra Babu (Chartered Financial Analyst, 2010-04)
    Inflation in India, essentially the food price inflation, is rising at a fas t clip, threatening to derail the growth momentum and triggering a rise i n the interest rate . How do you see this inflationary situation ? .....
  • Noronha, Ernesto (Economic and Political Weekly, 2001-12)
    In pre-independent India, dock workers enjoyed little security of employment. Not only was work intermittent, there were no safety provisions while wages varied from contractor to contractor. With the setting up of the ...
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Economic and Political Weekly, 2000-04-01)
    In a bid to contain the fiscal deficit, the government has in this budget targetted outlay on susbsidies. This note focuses on the likely consequences in the case of the food subsidy.
  • Bhatt, P.R. (Man & Development, 1999-09)
    The main factors identified for the collapse of East-Asian economies were capital liberalization, deregulation of the control of the domestic financial systems, vast international inflows of financial assets, and the deep ...
  • Nandakumar, Parameswar; Barot, Bharat*; Wague, Cheick* (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2004-01)
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Economic and Political Weekly, 2006-04-15)
  • Bhatt, P.R. (Prajnan, 2000)
    East Aaian economies were considered as "miracle economies" because of their sustained high rate of economic growth during the last two decades. In 1997 these economies suffered financial crisis due to several reasons. An ...
  • Nandakumar, Parameswar; Batavia, Bala *; Wague, Cheick * (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2004)
    A rapid process of income convergence or catch-up of per capita income occurred in the industrialized group of countries in the post-war years. The process was limited to the rich group of nations, to a “convergence” club, ...
  • Nandakumar, Parameswar; Barot, Bharat*; Wague, Cheick* (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2004)
    One of the key arguement advanced in support of entry into the EMU by hesitant countries is the expected increase in trade volumes. Previous work on measuring the impact of EMU membership on trade has usually caputured the ...
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Seminar, 2006-09)
  • Krishna Kumar (2002)
    A decade ago, India faced serious foreign exchange crisis, precipitated by an abnormal hike in the petroleum prices, which was further accentuated by a flight of NRI deposits. The country had to undertake a series of ...
  • Bhattacharya, Jyotirmoy (Economic and Political Weekly, 2009-05-30)
    There is no reason why larger borrowing by the government beed raise interest rates in the economy. Is it a case of prejudice in favour of "small" government that is the reason for the continued currency of this view? Or ...
  • Nair, Sthanu R. (Newspaper, 2012)
    A major economic challenge facing India in the recent years has been stubbornly high food prices. It began with rising prices of manufactured food products, such as dairy products, sugar and oil cakes from January 2008, ...
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Pergamon, 2002)
    As public intervention is a pervasive influence on food prices, this paper asks whether and how the inefficiency of state institutions matters to food prices. In the context of the wheat subsidy scheme in India, the paper ...
  • Bhatt, P.R. (NIBM Pune, 2001)
    The ASEAN region has become one of the attractive investment locations in the developing world and attracted a sizeable FDI during 1987-94. There was a spurt in the growth of global FDI flows during 1985-95. The FDI inflows ...
  • Balakrishnan, Pulapre (Economic and Political Weekly, 2003-07-26)
    This essay critically evaluate the exhortation to developing economies that they embrace globalisation, considers the consequences of globalisation for equality and discusses teh issue of justice in the current global ...

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