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Second Generation Economic Reforms in India

Ruddar Datt (Editor)
Synopsis Second Generation Economic Reforms in India is an edited volume arising out the IEA Conference (83rd) of the Millennium papers. This is a part of the IEA scheme of publishing such volumes from papers contributed for IEA Annual Conferences during 1999-2000. The present volume consists of 27 articles distributed over 7 sub-themes. This volume also contains an Editorial Introduction by Prof. Ruddar Datt, Preface by Prof. Raj Kumar Sen, Managing Editor for the Series and Secretary and Treasurer of the IEA and a Foreword by Prof. G.S. Bhalla, President, IEA." (jacket) No. 19497.
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About the author

Ruddar Datt

Prof. Ruddar Datt started his career as teacher of Economics in 1952 at Vaish College, Rohtak (Haryana) and later in 1957 joined GMN College, Ambala Cantt. In 1959, he took over as Head of the Department of Economics at ARSE College, New Delhi where he worked for a period of 12 years. He was invited by the University of Delhi to work as Planning Officer in 1971. Thereafter, in 1972 he was appointed as the Principal of the School of Correspondence Courses and Continuing Education, University of Delhi- the post which he held for a period of 22 years and retired in May 1995. Presently, he is Visiting Professor at the institute of Human Development, New Delhi. Prof. Datt was elected as the President of the Indian Economic Association in 1991. He was also elected as the President of Indian Society of Labour Economics in 1991. Professor Datt has specialized in the study of the problems of Indian Economy, more especially I areas of economic reforms, employment policy and labour. He was invited by the Planing Commission in 2001 to be a member of Special Group on Targetting 10 Million Employment Opportunities per Year. Earlier he participated in the Study Group on Development of Small Scale Enterprises set up by the Planning Commission in May 1999 as a member. His major publications are: Indian Economy (1965), 47th Edition published in 2003; Dictionary of Technical Terms in Economics (English-Hindi-1974), India’s New Economic or Pannacea (1993); Workers Participation and Workers’ Ownership (1993); Cost of Distance Education in India (1994); Second Generation Economic Reforms in India (2001); Economic Reforms in India- An Appraisal (2001). In 2001, he completed a research study on the subject of ‘Lockouts in India- A Case Study of West Bengal. Besides, he has published an number of articles in reputed journals, such as The Indian Economic Journal, The Indian Jounal of Labour Economics and IASSI Quarterly. He has been a frequent contributor to the Business Line, Mainstream, Financial Express and Economic Times.

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Title Second Generation Economic Reforms in India
Author Ruddar Datt
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176293393
length 480p., Fig.