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Making growth happen in India : a road map for policy success / V. Kumaraswamy.

By: Kumaraswamy, V.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : SAGE Publications India Pvt. Ltd, 2014Description: xxvi, 272 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9788132117926 (pbk.).Subject(s): Economic development -- India | India -- Economic policy -- 21st centuryDDC classification: 338.954 KUM Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Evaluating the current reform programmes -- Economic reforms, social fissures -- Laudable goals yet defective programmes -- Getting some basics right -- Alternative growth path -- Re-orienting education to develop skills -- Creating employment -- Creating appropriate market structures -- Taming the twins -- Creating new growth engines -- Feasibility and the growth potential of suggested actions -- Conclusion -- Epilogue -- Bibliography -- Index -- About the author.
Summary: For India's economic reforms policy to succeed, its programmes should be firmly anchored in the reality of the social and micro-institutional context - something our policy makers often regrettably ignore. This book suggests several unconventional growth engines which can deliver both and make 12 per cent growth rates realistically possible.
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Includes bibliographical references p. (262-263) and index.

Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Evaluating the current reform programmes -- Economic reforms, social fissures -- Laudable goals yet defective programmes -- Getting some basics right -- Alternative growth path -- Re-orienting education to develop skills -- Creating employment -- Creating appropriate market structures -- Taming the twins -- Creating new growth engines -- Feasibility and the growth potential of suggested actions -- Conclusion -- Epilogue -- Bibliography -- Index -- About the author.

For India's economic reforms policy to succeed, its programmes should be firmly anchored in the reality of the social and micro-institutional context - something our policy makers often regrettably ignore. This book suggests several unconventional growth engines which can deliver both and make 12 per cent growth rates realistically possible.

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