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Development And Environmental Economics -(QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS GUIDE)

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Development And Environmental Economics – , By – U.C. Kulshreshtha, ISBN Code – 978-93-86828-55-2

 

CONTENTS :

Chapters

Part I

ECONOMICS OF DEVELOPMENT

  1. Economic Development and Economic Growth :

Meaning and Criterion

  1. Developed and Underdeveloped Countries : Nature

and Features

  1. Obstacles to Economic Development
  2. Factors of Economic Growth
  3. The Concept of Modern Economic Growth
  4. The Classical Theories of Economic Development :

Adam Smith, David Ricardo and Malthus

  1. The Neoclassical Theories
  2. The Marxian Theory
  3. The Schumpeterian Theory
  4. The Keynesian Theory
  5. Rostow’s Stages of Economic Growth
  6. Nurkse’s Theory of Disguised Unemployment
  7. Lewis’ Theory of Unlimited Supplies of Labour
  8. Leibenstein’s Critical Minimum Effort Theory’
  9. The “Big Push” Theory
  10. The Concept of Balanced Growth
  11. The Concept of Unbalanced Growth
  12. Myrda1’s Theory of Circular Causation
  13. The Harrod-Domar Models
  14. Joan Robinson’s Model of Economic Growth
  15. Meade’s Model of Economic Growth
  16. Economic Planning
  17. Types of Planning
  18. The Choice of Techniques
  19. Investment Criteria in Economic Development
  20. Natural Resources and Economic Development
  21. Capital Formation and Economic Development
  22. Role of Agriculture and Industry in Economic Developmem
  23. Land Reforms in India
  24. Efficiency and Productivity in Agriculture
  25. New Technology and Sustainable Agriculture (DBT)
  26. Globalization and Agriculture Growth
  27. Efficiency of Small Scale Vs. Large Scale Production
  28. Monetary Policy and Economic Development
  29. Fiscal Policy and Economic Development
  30. Role of Deficit Financing in Economic Development
  31. Population Growth and Economic Development L
  32. Human Capital Formation and Economic Development
  33. Role of State in Economic Development 4
  34. Theories of Foreign Trade and Economic Developmerlv
  35. Role of Foreign Capital and Foreign Aid in Economic Development
  36. Private Foreign Investment and Multinationals
  37. International Trade and Its Importance
  38. Balance of Payments
  39. Methods of Protection
  40. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and World

Trade Organization (GATT and WTO)

  1. The International Monetary Fund (IMF)
  2. World Bank and Developing Countries
  3. Labour Market in India and Its Functioning
  4. Regional Disparities and Balanced Regional

Development

Part II

ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS

  1. Environmental Economics and its Scope
  2. Ecology and Economic Development (GHG)
  3. Environmental Quality as a Public Good
  4. Conservation of Resources in India
  5. Soil Degradation and Land Use
  6. Environmental Pollution

(Air and Water Pollution) ”

  1. Water and Solid Waste Pollution

(Noise and Nuclear Pollution) (NRGBA)

  1. Pollution and Environment
  2. India’s Environmental Policy
  3. Environmental Planning and Management in India

(Green finance)

Description

Development And Environmental Economics – , By – U.C. Kulshreshtha, ISBN Code – 978-93-86828-55-2

 

CONTENTS :

Chapters

Part I

ECONOMICS OF DEVELOPMENT

  1. Economic Development and Economic Growth :

Meaning and Criterion

  1. Developed and Underdeveloped Countries : Nature

and Features

  1. Obstacles to Economic Development
  2. Factors of Economic Growth
  3. The Concept of Modern Economic Growth
  4. The Classical Theories of Economic Development :

Adam Smith, David Ricardo and Malthus

  1. The Neoclassical Theories
  2. The Marxian Theory
  3. The Schumpeterian Theory
  4. The Keynesian Theory
  5. Rostow’s Stages of Economic Growth
  6. Nurkse’s Theory of Disguised Unemployment
  7. Lewis’ Theory of Unlimited Supplies of Labour
  8. Leibenstein’s Critical Minimum Effort Theory’
  9. The “Big Push” Theory
  10. The Concept of Balanced Growth
  11. The Concept of Unbalanced Growth
  12. Myrda1’s Theory of Circular Causation
  13. The Harrod-Domar Models
  14. Joan Robinson’s Model of Economic Growth
  15. Meade’s Model of Economic Growth
  16. Economic Planning
  17. Types of Planning
  18. The Choice of Techniques
  19. Investment Criteria in Economic Development
  20. Natural Resources and Economic Development
  21. Capital Formation and Economic Development
  22. Role of Agriculture and Industry in Economic Developmem
  23. Land Reforms in India
  24. Efficiency and Productivity in Agriculture
  25. New Technology and Sustainable Agriculture (DBT)
  26. Globalization and Agriculture Growth
  27. Efficiency of Small Scale Vs. Large Scale Production
  28. Monetary Policy and Economic Development
  29. Fiscal Policy and Economic Development
  30. Role of Deficit Financing in Economic Development
  31. Population Growth and Economic Development L
  32. Human Capital Formation and Economic Development
  33. Role of State in Economic Development 4
  34. Theories of Foreign Trade and Economic Developmerlv
  35. Role of Foreign Capital and Foreign Aid in Economic Development
  36. Private Foreign Investment and Multinationals
  37. International Trade and Its Importance
  38. Balance of Payments
  39. Methods of Protection
  40. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and World

Trade Organization (GATT and WTO)

  1. The International Monetary Fund (IMF)
  2. World Bank and Developing Countries
  3. Labour Market in India and Its Functioning
  4. Regional Disparities and Balanced Regional

Development

Part II

ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS

  1. Environmental Economics and its Scope
  2. Ecology and Economic Development (GHG)
  3. Environmental Quality as a Public Good
  4. Conservation of Resources in India
  5. Soil Degradation and Land Use
  6. Environmental Pollution

(Air and Water Pollution) ”

  1. Water and Solid Waste Pollution

(Noise and Nuclear Pollution) (NRGBA)

  1. Pollution and Environment
  2. India’s Environmental Policy
  3. Environmental Planning and Management in India

(Green finance)

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