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India Development Report, 2004-05

Kirit S. Parikh (Editor) R. Radhakrishna (Editor)
Synopsis The India Development Report is a comprehensive and contemporary treatment of major issues facing the Indian economy today. It combines academic rigour and objectivity with lucid presentation. This volume, the fourth in the series, examines: The emerging macroeconomic scene and future growth prospects. Poverty reduction. India's health care. Access to clean water and fuels. Public expenditure in social sector. India's IPR Policy. Technologies and development. Agricultural R & D. Internal trade barriers. The Basel capital account accord. Fiscal deficits and inflation. Urban transportation. The IDR provides valuable resource material for researchers and students in the area of development economics. Policymakers, NGOs, journalists, business and industry professionals will also find it essential.
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About the authors

Kirit S. Parikh

Kirit S. Parikh is Emeritus Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai. IGIDR is an autonomous advanced research institute as well as a deemed university established by the Reserve Bank of India in 1987.

R. Radhakrishna

R. Radhakrishna is Director, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) in Mumbai since March 2001. From April 1998 to March 2001, he was the Vice-Chancellor of Andhra University. After his doctorate from Gokhale Institute of Economics and Politics, Pune, Prof. Radhakrishna had about three decades of career in research, teaching and administration of academic institutions. He was the Member Secretary, ICSSR and was the Director, Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Hyderabad. He was the recipient of VKRV Rao Price in social Science Research for his significant contribution in the field of Economics. He was President of the Agricultural Marketing Society and of the Indian society of Labour Economics for the Year 2001. He was a consultant to international organisations like ABD, FAO, The world Bank and UNDP and UNESCO. He was a member of several Government Committees including the Expert Group on Estimation of Proportion and Number of Poor (Lakdawala Committee), Planning Commission, Government of India (1989-93) and High Power Committee for Long term Grain Policy (Abhijit Sen Committee), Government of India, 2000-02.

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Bibliographic information

Title India Development Report, 2004-05
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 0195668731
length xxii+298p., Tables; Figures; Appendices; 29cm.