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Output of an Economy 3
1.1 Concept of Output 3
1.2 Concept of Depreciation 5
1.3 GDP—as a Measure of Growth 6
1.4 GDP/National Accounts Revised Series With 2017-18 As Base Year 8
1.5 Gross Happiness Index (GHI) 11

  1. Towards Inclusive Growth 13
    2.1 Growth Rate of Indian Economy 13
    2.2 Development—Inclusive Growth 14
    2.3 Growth With Equity. 18
  2. Sustainable Development and Climate Change 20
    3.1 Sustainable Development 20
    3.2 Sustainable Development and Climate Change 21
    3.3 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 23
    3.4 Green GDP 23
    3.5 Climate Financing. 24
  3. Poverty and Social Sector 25
    4.1 What is Meant by Poverty in India? 25
    4.2 Social Sector 25
    4.3 Micro Finance 34
    4.4 Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY) 35
    4.5 Spreading Jam Across Indian Economy 35
    4.6 Universal Basic Income 37
  4. Food Security 41
    5.1 Food Security 41
    5.2 Challenges Before India in Achieving Food Security. 46
  5. Agriculture Sector 48
    6.1 ‘Why’ is Agriculture Sector Important for India? 48
    6.2 Pink Revolution 51
    6.3 New Agricultural Policy 2000 53
  • (Agriculture Export Policy, 2018
  • Rainbow Revolution
  • Minimum Support Price (MSP)
  • Indian Agriculture—Ten New Thoughts
  • Second Green Revolution
  • National Mission For Sustainable Agriculture
  • Food Processing Industry—An Overview, Opportunities and Challenges
  • Agriculture Policy: Vision 20201
  • National Manufacturing Policy, 2011
  • Emerging Role of Private Sector
  • Ease of Doing Business in India
  • Vision of a New India
  • New Economic Policy 1991
  • Role of Public Sector in Future
  • Industrial Policies
  • New Philosophies
  • India’s Economy-A Stellar Performance
  • Eight Interesting Facts About India
  • New India

9.1 Role of Industry in an Economy
9.2 Public Sector in India

  1. Industrial Sector And Liberalization
  2. Salient Features—‘New India
    7.1 Land Reforms—Aspects
    7.2 Land Acquisition Act
    7.3 National Land Use Policy—Efficiency in the Use of Land
    7.4 Leasing of Agricultural Land
    7.5 Moving From Presumptive To Conclusive Title
    7.6 Computerization of Land Records
    7.7 Beyond Land and Land Rights
    7.8 Hurdles In Land Reforms in India.
  3. Land Reforms—Another Perspective
  4. Infrastructure
    10.1 Infrastructure in Global Context
    10.2 Issues in Indian Infrastructure
    10.3 Recent Measures Taken by the Government
    10.4 Infrastructure and Its Key Challenges
    10.5 Environmental Issues and Infrastructure
    10.6 Ports in India—An Economic Perspective
    10.7 Indian Railways—A Carrier of the Nation
    10.8 Regional Connectivity Through UDAN
    10.9 Adarsh Railway Station Scheme
  5. Investment Models
    11.1 Traditional Models
    11.2 Neo-Investment Models
    11.3 Public Private Partnership Model (PPP)
    (Xii)
  1. Integrated Energy Policy (2031-32) 138
    12.1 Importance 138
    12.2 The Policy 138
    12.3 Government Initiatives 139
    12.4 Structural Bottlenecks 141
    13 Government Finances 143
    13.1 Fiscal Policy in India 143
    13.2 Public Expenditure of Government 143
    13.3 Receipts by the Government 144
    13.4 Ways and Means Advances 145
    13.5 Nature of Government Budget 145
    13.6 Nature of Deficits 146
    13.7 Tax Reforms—Indirect Taxes 147
    13.8 Tax Reforms—Direct Taxes 149
    13.9 Goods and Services Tax: Progressive Tax Regime 150
    13.10 Black Money 154
    13.11 Views on Tax Compliance 157
    13.12 Merger of Rail Budget With Union Budget 159
    13.13 Some Other Forms of Budgeting 161
  2. Reserve Bank of India and Monetary Policy Committee 163
    14.1 Reserve Bank of India 163
    14.2 Monetary Policy Committee 164
  3. Banking 167
    15.1 Banks in India 167
    15.2 Banking Structure in India 167
    15.3 Major Areas of Reform in the Banking Sector 170
    15.4 Capital Adequacy (Basel Norms) 171
    15.5 Liquidity Management By RBI 172
    15.6 Directed Lending of RBI 174
    15.7 Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) 176
    15.8 Overview and Outlook—Public Sector Banks 177
    15.9 Financial Inclusion 178
    15.10 Small Finance Bank 180
    15.11 Payments Banks 181
    15.12 Gold Investments Scheme 183
    15.13 Banking Related Initiatives 184
    15.14 Merger of SBI Associates with State Bank of India (SBI) 189
  4. Inflation 190
    16.1 Meaning and Measuring Inflation 190
  5. Capital Market 196
    17.1 Capital Market 196
    17.2 Disintermediation 197
    17.3 Stock Exchanges. 197
    17.4 Various Indices of Stock Market. 197
    17.5 Role of Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) 198

17.6 Market Capitalization and Wealth 199
17.7 Mutual Funds and Unit-Linked Insurance Plans (ULIPS) 199

  1. Planning In India 202
    18.1 Genesis 202
    18.2 Planning and Market Economy 202
    18.3 India and Five-Year Plans 203
    18.4 Inclusive Growth : Theme of 12th Plan 206
    18.5 Challenges Before Twelfth Plan (2012-2013 To 2016—2017) 207
    18.6 Niti Aayog: The Premier Policy Think Tank 208
    18.7 Recent Initiatives of Niti Aayog. 211
    PART B EXTERNAL SECTOR—LOOKING OUTWARDS
    Towards Globalization and Beyond
  2. Looking Outward—Towards Globalization 215
    19.1 Need to Look Outward 215
    19.2 Need for Imports and Exports 215
    19.3 Flip Side to Trade 216
    19.4 New Globalization Report: Three Mega-Trends. 217
  3. Inward and Outward-Looking Economies’ Globalization 218
    20.1 Closed Economies 218
    20.2 What are these Facilitators? 218
    20.3 Globalization Indicators 220
    20.4 While Being Driven into the Global Village, can have its Own Fallout Too 221
    20.5 Globalization Would also Bring its Own Setof Challenges 221
    20.6 Impact on Indian Society So Far 222
  4. Going Forward—India and Globalization 226
    21.1 Trade Strategies 226
    21.2 Branding India Through Make In India 227
    21.3 National IPR Policy, 2016 235
    21.4 National IPR Policy- Achievements So Far. 236
  5. Export-Led Growth Strategy—SEZs 238
    22.1 Export Strategies 238
    22.2 Special Economic Zone (SEZ) 238
    22.3 Agri Export/Economic Zones (AEZs) 243
    22.4 Technology Parks and EOUs 244
    22.5 Report of SEZ Policy Review Committee. 245
  6. Foreign Trade Policy 247
    23.1 Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020 247
    23.2 Concessions Available to Exporters in DTA 250
    23.3 India’s Major Trade Partners. 254
  7. Balance of Payments of Economies (BOP) 255
    24.1 Concept 255
    24.2 BOP—Kinds of Accounts 255
    24.3 Is Current Account Surplus (CAS) Better For Open Economies? 258

(xiv)

  1. Trade Reforms and Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) 1999 259
    25.1 Trade Reforms 259
    25.2 Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA) 259
    25.3 Rupee Convertibility 260
    25.4 External Commercial Borrowings 265
  2. Foreign Investment in India 268
    26.1 Changing Notions 268
    26.2 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) 269
    26.3 Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPI) 273
    26.4 FDI in Agriculture Sector 274
    26.5 Differences Between FDI and FPI 274
  3. Multilateral Financial Institutions 276
    27.1 International Monetary Fund (IMF) 276
    27.2 The World Bank Group 279
    27.3 Asian Development Bank (ADB) 280
    27.4 New Development Bank 281
    27.5 Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) 282
  4. External Debt of India 283
    28.1 External Debt 283
    28.2 India’s External Debt Highlights 284
  5. Exchange Rate Determination 287
    29.1 Exchange Rate 287
    29.2 Exchange Rate in India 289
    29.3 Depreciation of Indian Rupee-Reasons, Implications and Possible Solutions 295
  6. Foreign Exchange Reserves 301
    30.1 Foreign Exchange Reserves (FEX) of India 301
  7. Regional Trading Blocs 305
    31.1 Regional Trading 305
    31.2 Preferential Trade Agreements 309
    31.3 India’s Experience With Regional Trade Agreements 310
    PART C GLOBAL ECONOMY AND OUTLOOK
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  8. India and the Global Economy 313
    32.1 Global Output 313
    32.2 India and Human Development Index (2018) 316
  9. Global Economy—A Transition 317
    33.1 Global Transition 317
    33.2 Global Village 318
  10. Lessons From Crises in Open Economies 320
    34.1 Genesis 320
  1. Global Financial Meltdown 322
    35.1 De-Coupling Theory 322
    35.2 Global Crisis and India 324
    35.3 Collective Intervention 325
    35.4 Future of Globalization 326
  2. Overview of Recent Crises Since 2008 328
    36.1 US Crisis 2008 And 2011 328
    36.2 Euro Zone Crisis 329
    36.3 Cyprus Crisis 330
    36.4 Greece Debt Crisis 330
    36.5 Brexit 331
  3. Global Consensus—Going Forward 332
    37.1 Post Crisis 332
    37.2 Structural Issues 333
  4. Global Unresolved Issues 334
    38.1 Unaddressed Issues 334
  5. World Trade Organization (WTO)—Issues And India 336
    39.1 GATT and WTO 336
    PART D INDIAN ECONOMY REVISITED,
    OUTLOOK AND CHALLENGES
  6. India’s Efforts Towards Economic Reforms 343
    40.1 Economic Reforms Encapsulated 343
    40.2 First-and-Second Generation Reforms 343
    40.3 Review of Economic Reforms in India 344
    40.4 Unfinished Agenda of Economic Reforms 349
    40.5 Big Bang Economic Reforms Centred at Economic Growth 349
  7. Indian Economy—Outlook and Challenges 351
    41.1 Global Perspective—India And China 351
    41.2 Domestic Outlook 352
    41.3 Outlook for Reserve Bank of India (RBI) 352
    41.4 Indian Outlook—Challenges Ahead 353
    41.5 India 2020: Top 7 Challenges. 355
    The Igniters: Thought Provoking Questions 357

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