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The Resource India at the Crossroads : Sustaining Growth and Reducing Poverty, (electronic resource:)

India at the Crossroads : Sustaining Growth and Reducing Poverty, (electronic resource:)

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India at the Crossroads : Sustaining Growth and Reducing Poverty
Title
India at the Crossroads
Title remainder
Sustaining Growth and Reducing Poverty
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Language
eng
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BIP US
Dewey number
330.954
Intended audience
Scholarly & Professional
Intended audience source
International Monetary Fund
LC call number
HC435.2.I484 2001
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  • 1961-
  • 1957-
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  • Callen,Tim
  • Reynolds,Patricia
  • Towe,Christopher M.
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  • Macroeconomic developments during 2000 including a rebound of inflation, slowing industrial production, and downward pressure on the rupee and stock prices and have tempered optimism for India's macroeconomic performance during the last decade. They also underscore the longer-standing question of whether the basis for achieving sustained and rapid growth has yet been established in India. Most notably, fiscal policy, structural policy and poverty. These issues have been at the core of the ongoing policy dialog between the IMF staff and the Indian authorities, and this volume brings together some of the IMF staff's more recent analysis of these topics.Four main issues are addressed. Part I explores the factors underlying India's success in avoiding significant fallout from the Asia crisis and addresses broader questions regarding India's external vulnerability. Part II discusses the fiscal situation and the extent to which recent policies pose risks to India's growth prospects and debt sustainability. Monetary policy and financial sector reform are considered in Part III, and structural issues, including those related to poverty and interstate growth and structural policy implementation are covered in Part IV
  • Macroeconomic developments during 2000 including a rebound of inflation, slowing industrial production, and downward pressure on the rupee and stock prices and have tempered optimism for India's macroeconomic performance during the last decade. They also underscore the longer-standing question of whether the basis for achieving sustained and rapid growth has yet been established in India. Most notably, fiscal policy, structural policy and poverty. These issues have been at the core of the ongoing policy dialog between the IMF staff and the Indian authorities, and this volume brings together some of the IMF staff's more recent analysis of these topics.Four main issues are addressed. Part I explores the factors underlying India's success in avoiding significant fallout from the Asia crisis and addresses broader questions regarding India's external vulnerability. Part II discusses the fiscal situation and the extent to which recent policies pose risks to India's growth prospects and debt sustainability. Monetary policy and financial sector reform are considered in Part III, and structural issues, including those related to poverty and interstate growth and structural policy implementation are covered in Part IV
  • Macroeconomic developments during 2000 including a rebound of inflation, slowing industrial production, and downward pressure on the rupee and stock prices and have tempered optimism for India's macroeconomic performance during the last decade. They also underscore the longer-standing question of whether the basis for achieving sustained and rapid growth has yet been established in India. Most notably, fiscal policy, structural policy and poverty. These issues have been at the core of the ongoing policy dialog between the IMF staff and the Indian authorities, and this volume brings together some of the IMF staff's more recent analysis of these topics.Four main issues are addressed. Part I explores the factors underlying India's success in avoiding significant fallout from the Asia crisis and addresses broader questions regarding India's external vulnerability. Part II discusses the fiscal situation and the extent to which recent policies pose risks to India's growth prospects and debt sustainability. Monetary policy and financial sector reform are considered in Part III, and structural issues, including those related to poverty and interstate growth and structural policy implementation are covered in Part IV
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India at the Crossroads : Sustaining Growth and Reducing Poverty, (electronic resource:)
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OCM1bookssj0000656564
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23.000 x 016.000 cm.
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unknown
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ix, 192 p.
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9781557759924
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Label
India at the Crossroads : Sustaining Growth and Reducing Poverty, (electronic resource:)
Publication
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000656564
Dimensions
23.000 x 016.000 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
ix, 192 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781557759924
Lccn
00054132
Other control number
9781557759924
Other physical details
ill
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000656564

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