9780198092018

India Development Report 2012-13

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    9780198092018

  • ISBN10:

    0198092016

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2013-07-26
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary


India has done well on many indicators of progress in the post-reform period. However, a lot remains to be done as the economy is confronted with macroeconomic challenges such as high inflation, high current account deficit, depreciation of the rupee, high fiscal deficit, and decline in exports. The India Development Report 2012-13 assesses many such contemporary problems keeping in view the objectives of the Twelfth Five Year Plan, and examines the post-reform performance and policies that are needed in the next decade to achieve various economic, social, and environmental goals of the nation.

Using a combination of rich empirical data and rigorous analysis, the Report covers: macroeconomic developments and an assessment of the growth process; the recent high and persistent consumer price inflation; the pro-cyclical nature of fiscal policies; performance and key policy issues in agriculture, manufacturing, and services sectors; issues related to borrowings of Indian firms; sustainability of and access to energy resources; coverage and quality of urban civic services, urban migration, and urban mobility; poverty, inequality and human development; and emerging issues such as corruption and climate change.

It includes a statistical appendix which is a valuable source of information on the macroeconomic trends.

Author Biography


S. Mahendra Dev, Director, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai.

Table of Contents


Preface
List of Tables
List of Figures
List of Boxes
List of Statistical Profile
List of Abbreviations
List of Contributors
1. Overview-India's Experience with Reforms: What Next?
2. Macroeconomic Overview: The Growth Story
3. Propagation Mechanisms in Inflation: Governance as Key
4. Fiscal Deficits, Credibility, and Inflation Persistence: Lessons from Thatcher and Volker Disinflation
5. Is Fiscal Policy in India Pro-cyclical?
6. Performance and Key Policy Issues of Indian Agriculture
7. Sectoral Linkages, Multipliers, and the Role of Agriculture
8. Services-led Growth, Employment, Skill and Job Quality: A Study of Manufacturing and Service Sectors in Urban India
9. The 'Miracle' Still Waiting to Happen: Performance of India's Manufactured Exports in Comparison to China
10. Borrowing of Indian Firms
11. Sustainability of Biomass Energy in India: The Case of Biodiesel Production from Tree Borne Oils
12. Access to Modern Energy Services-The Road Not Taken
13. Provision of Civic and Environmental Services in the Urban Centre of India: Present Trends and the Way Forward
14. On the Internal Mobility of Indians: Knowledge Gaps and Emerging Concerns
15. Poverty in India and Its Decompositions: A Critical Appraisal of the New Methods
16. Indian Inequality: Patterns and Changes, 1993-2010
17. Promoting Human Development in India: Scope for Distributive Options
18. Challenges for Right to Education in India
19. Prosecuting Corruption in India: Evidence from Karnataka
A Statistical Profile of India's Development

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