Book Indian Economy

Indian Economy
by K. R. Gupta, J. R. Gupta

At The Time Of Attainment Of Independence, The Indian Economy Was In A Bad Shape. Centuries Of Exploitative Rule By The British Had Drained India Of Its Wealth. The Realization Of The Need For Resurrecting The Indian Economy Had Dawned Upon Our Leaders Even Before Independence. The National Planning Committee (Npc) Was Constituted In 1938 To Study Various Aspects Of Economic Development. After Independence, The Planning Commission Was Set Up In 1950 To Assess The Country S Needs For Material Capital And Formulate Economic Plans.During The Initial Years Of Planning Major Thrust Was To Develop Heavy And Basic Industries To Reduce The Country S Dependence On Import Of Machinery And Equipment, And Initiate Self-Sustained Long-Term Growth. The Progress Under The Nehru-Mahalanobis Model Of Growth Which Continued Upto The 1980S Was Slow. The 1990S Saw Major Shifts In Economic Policies With The Introduction Of Privatization And Liberalization In The Form Of Industrial Delicensing And Opening Up Of Indian Economy To International Trade. The Economic Reforms, Together With The Adoption Of New Technologies And Building Up Of Infrastructure, Have Led To A High Annual Gdp Growth Rate Of Over Eight Per Cent For The Last Three Years. Nearly All Economic Indicators Are In The Positive Zone.Paradoxically, However, The Country Is Experiencing Shortages In Amenities, Infrastructure And Essential Services. The Basic Objectives Of Alleviation Of Poverty, Generation Of Adequate Employment Opportunities And Removal Of Inequalities Of Income And Wealth Have Not Been Realized. Growth Is, By And Large, Confined To Our Urban Areas.The Book Studies The Structure And Features Of Indian Economy And Analyses All The Important Issues Relating Thereto. It Includes Latest Facts And Figures. It Will Be Useful To The Economists, Government Executives, Parliamentarians And Legislators To Frame Effective Policies. The Coverage And Treatment Of The Subject Will Immensely Help Students Of Economics And The Aspiring Candidates Of Various Competitive Examinations.

by Dr Ramesh Singh

 Indian Economy (for UPSC Examination) 9e is mainly aimed at students who are preparing for the UPSC Prelim and Main examinations. Its content is aligned to suit the specific needs of aspirants who are appearing for various competitive examinations like the civil services examinations, as also for those who have opted for economics as one of their optional subjects.

The main objective here is to provide all the possible economic concepts–technical terms, economic policies and developments in India and changes in those policies in successive Indian governments—in one book. The systematic definition and explanation of many economic terms will be of use to the students who have opted for economics in their preparation of various competitive examinations.

The Ebook of Indian Economy is designed to be a useful resource for the UPSC and State PSC aspirants. Made into a multicolor Epub version of the print book, this ebook can be accessed anywhere anytime in the student’s mobile phone, tab or other portable devices whether Android or Windows.  Every Chapter is designed based on its own theme and presents itself distinctly. Its easily navigable TOC and reference footnotes make it handy and more efficient for readers. This ebook is the perfect solution available to you 24*7 in your pockets

Changing the Indian Economy
by Rama P. Kanungo, Chris Rowley, Anurag N. Banerjee

Changing the Indian Economy: Renewal, Reform and Revival explores the fact that post-Modi India is witnessing unprecedented socioeconomic change, truly labeled as Modi’s Mantra and his attempts to morph the Indian economic landscape. India is using an intelligent economic process for its renewal and growth, however, in a recent study by Nomura, 2016, The Japanese Financial Services firm, it is reported that there is downside risk to India’s baseline forecast of 7.8 per cent GDP growth in 2016. Although the report suggests that there was a mid-cycle consolidation in mid-2014, the recovery seems to be losing momentum.

This book offers a novel, but inclusive outlook to the entire post-Modi economic overhaul.

  • Offers a comprehensive narrative of the current economic scene in India
  • Explores how the measures for reform are intelligent, while also considering their weaknesses
  • Shows how India has a strong potential to grow amidst diversity of economic reforms and changing governance
  • Includes a compilation of insightful articles on Indian economic reform and future prospects

The Indian Economy
by Nilanjan Banik

This lucid and concise overview of India’s macroeconomy presents a comprehensive assessment of governmental policies and measures crucial to economic growth and stability. Thematically structured, the book discusses the demand- and supply-side factors affecting India’s economy, poverty and inequality projecting remedial measures, fiscal and monetary policy, budget constraints, unemployment and inflation, the post-liberalization era and its effects on the labour and capital markets, future reforms in the economy, and trade and external sector.

Grounded in the Indian context with extensive case studies, illustrations, and examples, it relates economic theories to real-world

India’s Economic Development Since 1947
by Uma Kapila

Providing a basic understanding of India’s economy, this guide addresses topics such as growth, policy regime changes, unemployment, macroeconomic stabilization, agriculture, and development prospects.

by Editorial Board


Extremely useful for UPSC, IAS, PCS, Civil Services, SSC, IBPS, UGC, CBSE, CLAT, related Govt Recruitment Exams


MCQ SERIES: Indian Economy (800+ MCQ)

Useful for UPSC, IAS, PCS, Civil Services, SSC, IBPS, UGC, CBSE, CLAT, related Govt Recruitment Exams.

by Anirudh Perneti

The book Simplified Indian Economy for IAS and Bank Exams is the best choice for all Civil Services aspirants who seek to understand Indian Economy and acquire proficiency in the subject and crack the preliminary as well as the Main examination.
Written in an easy-to-understand format, the book caters to UPSC aspirants and is also very useful of those writing State level Civil Services and Group exams. It has 15 chapters and every topic under each chapter is explained with numerous examples so that the Civil services aspirants can score big in UPSC prelims paper and mains paper. Certainly, with this book as your one stop reference book for Indian Economy, you will have an edge over other aspirants in the prelims paper. Even a beginner with little knowledge of Indian Economy will easily understand the important concepts very well while reading this book. The glossary at the end will consolidate all major terms and each term is explained to you in the simplest manner.

The fifteen chapters include:

1. National Income
2. Unemployment
3. Poverty
4. Reserve Bank of India and its Functions
5. Banking Sector in India
6. Money Market in India
7. Capital Market in India
8. Public Finance
9. External Trade and Balance of Payments
10. Foreign Exchange Management
11. Taxation in India and GST
12. Inflation & its Measurement
13. Barriers to International Trade
14. International Organizations
15. Glossary.

Major topics discussed include Budget making procedure in India, Monetary policy of RBI, Receipts and Expenditure of the Government of India, New RBI framework to tackle Non Performing Assets, Stock Markets, SEBI, Calculation of GST, Calculation of inflation, etc.

This book Simplified Indian Economy for IAS and Bank Exams is a must read to crack Bank exams conduced by IBPS. Chapters like Reserve Bank of India and its Functions and Banking sector in India are very useful for those who want to get into SBI, Public sector bank and Private bank jobs. The book is also suitable for college students pursuing BA and B.Com, Finance professionals, University and college lecturers and students.

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