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Datt & Sundharam Indian Economy gives a complete and holistic picture of the economic condition of India.
Summary Of The Book
The Indian Economy is extremely complex. With its different classes and types of people, defining one economic policy for the entire country becomes extremely difficult. Datt & Sundharam Indian Economy provides a keen insight into all aspects of the complex nature of the Indian Economy.
The book is divided into five parts. The first part focuses on the nature of the Indian Economy and the second about Planning and Economic Development. The third section talks about Agriculture in the National Economy including discussions on Land Reform and Rural Credit, and the fourth focuses on Indian Industries including Large Scale and Small Scale Industries. The fifth section talks about the Tertiary Sector of the Indian Economy.
The Indian Economy moves at an extremely fast pace. This requires books on the Indian Economy to constantly update their content. The revised edition of Datt & Sundharam Indian Economy contains contains a new chapter on the Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012-17). The old chapters have also been extensively revised. The book also has a few new sections added, and includes the Union Budget 2010-11, the Trade negotiations Update, and Estimates of the 4th All India Census of MSMEs, to name a few.
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About The Authors
Ashwani Mahajan is currently an Associate Professor of Economics at DAV PG College, the University of Delhi.
His books include Agricultural Economics, Environmental Economics and Teaching of Economics.
He has published a number of papers and participated in a number of academic conferences.
Gaurav Dutt is an Associate Professor and Deputy Director at Monash University Australia.
His other published book is Bargaining Power, Wages and Employment: An Analysis of Agricultural Labor Markets in India.
He has many years of varied experiences in the field of Economics. He has published many papers in acclaimed international journals such as the World Bank Economic Review, Economic and Political Weekly and Journal of Development Studies.
PART I-STRUCTURE OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY
PART II-PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
PART III-AGRICULTURE IN THE NATIONAL ECONOMY
PART IV-INDIAN INDUSTRIES
PART V-THE TERTIARY SECTOR IN THE INDIAN ECONOMY
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