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Infrastructure Development in India

J.V. Vaishampayan (Editor)

Based on seminar presentations, the volume focuses on the emerging trends, growth and challenges in infrastructure in India particularly some of the major sectors like the transport sector, the energy and the social sector. Viewing infrastructure as the basic physical and social structure enable entrepreneurs to undertake their productive activities, it deals with India’s infrastructure-related bottlenecks from the beginning of the planning period relating to coverage, ownership, financing, pricing and management of infrastructural projects and services. It provides an overview of recent initiatives in infrastructure in India. With specific reference to infrastructure development in the state of Uttar Pradesh, it examines major themes like growth and development of the aviation sector and road transport sector, impact of the reform process on the power sector, educational development, municipal solid waste management and the challenges and opportunities in the health care sector.

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About the author

J.V. Vaishampayan

Prof. J.V. Vaishampayan is a Professor of applied Economics in the Faculty of Commerce, Lucknow University. He has been teaching this subject for the last twenty-five years to the graduate and post-graduate students of B.Com and M.Com classes. Besides this, he has been guest/visiting faculty to many management institutes and universities of the country. He has conducted many researches including guiding of Ph.D.s. His several other books, articles and research papers have been published.

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Title Infrastructure Development in India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2012
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789380685557
length x+435p., Illustrations; Map; 23cm.