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Economics Of Development And Planning – , By – R.C. Agarwal, ISBN Code – 978-93-87346-86-4

THEORY AND PRACTICE

(For Degree, Honors and Post-Graduate Courses in in Economic & Commerce of All Indian Universities and students appearing for C.A, M.B.A.,I.A.S., I.E.S., as well as Other Public Competitive Examinations, and also covering U.G.C Syllabus as prescribed.)

The present book aims to meet in full measure the requirements of students for the degree, honors and post-graduate examinations for the paper on Economics of Development and Planning of the different Indian Universities and also for the public competitive examinations. This book is written in a compact, coherent and comprehensive manner and enables the students to have a thorough grasp of the subject in simple and easy language as well as lucid style. A sincere effort has been made to make the subject-matter easier and clearer by giving different illustrations and drawing charts and diagrams mostly drawn from the Indian economy. Critical analysis has also been given at relevant places.

At the end each chapter questions have been given in two parts (1) essay type questions, and (2) short answers type questions. They have been taken from latest question papers of different Indian Universities and public competitive examinations.

 

CONTENTS :

Chapters

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  1. Economic Development and Economic Growth
  2. Characteristics of an Underdeveloped Country
  3. Obstacles to Economic Development Or Obstacles to Economic Growth and Development
  4. Modern Economic Growth—Meaning and Characteristics
  5. The Classical Theory of Economic Development–Adam Smith, David Ricardo, T. R. Maithus and J. S. Mill etc.
  6. The Neo-Classical Theory of Growth
  7. Marxian Theory Or Karl Marx’s Theory of Economic Development (1818-1883)
  8. The Schumpeterian Theory (1883-1950)
  9. Keynes Theory of Economic Development
  10. Nurkse’s Theory of Disguised Unemployment and Economic Development
  11. Rostow’s Stages of Economic Growth
  12. Lewis Theory of Unlimited Supplies of Labour (Lewis Model)
  13. Leibenstein’s Critical Minimum Effort Theory or Thesis (Leibenstein’s Model)
  14. The Big Push Theory (Rosenstein Rodan’s Thesis)
  15. The Theory of Balanced Growth (Fredrick List)
  16. Theory of Unbalanced Growth Or Strategy (Doctrine) of Unbalanced Growth
  17. Dualistic Theories
  18. The Harrod-Domar Models
  19. Meade’s Neo-Classical Model of Economic Growth
  20. Mrs. Joan Robinson’s Golden Age Model of Economic Growth
  21. Kaldor’s Model of Economic Growth
  22. Robert M. Solow’s Model of Economic Growth Or R. M. Solow’s Long-run Growth Model
  23. Mahalanobis Model of Growth
  24. The Models of Technical Change
  25. Myrdal’s Theory of Circular Causation
  26. Role of Agriculture in Economic Development
  27. Role of Industry in Economic Development
  28. Capital Formation and Economic Development
  29. Population Growth and Economic Development
  30. The Optimum Theory of Population
  31. Fiscal Policy and Economic Development
  32. Deficit Financing as an Instrument of Economic Development
  33. Monetary Policy and Economic Development
  34. Human Capital Formation and Economic Development
  35. Role of Foreign Capital and Ford; Aid in Economic Development
  36. Role of the State in Economic Development
  37. Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Growth and Development
  38. Role of Multinational Corporations
  39. Technology and Technological Change and Economic Development
  40. Economic Controls in a Planned Economy
  41. Choice of Techniques and Economic Models
  42. Input and Output Analysis
  43. Shadow Prices and Planning
  44. Planning Under Mixed Economy

ECONOMIC PLANNING

  1. Introduction to Economic Planning
  2. Types of Planning
  3. Economic Planning in India
  4. Objectives, Achievements and Failures of Planning in India
  5. Mobilisation of Resource.‘ hr bin Pi
  6. The Strategy of Indian Planning
  7. Pun Models in the Indian Five Year Plans
  8. Poverty in India
  9. unemployment in India
  10. Economic Inequalities in India
  11. Industrial Development and Policy
  12. Public Sector Enterprises
  13. Globalisation and Its Effect on Indian Economy
  14. Ninth Five Year Plan (1997-2002)
  15. Tenth Five Year Plan (2002-2007)
  16. Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-12)
  17. Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012-17).

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Economics Of Development And Planning – , By – R.C. Agarwal, ISBN Code – 978-93-87346-86-4

THEORY AND PRACTICE

(For Degree, Honors and Post-Graduate Courses in in Economic & Commerce of All Indian Universities and students appearing for C.A, M.B.A.,I.A.S., I.E.S., as well as Other Public Competitive Examinations, and also covering U.G.C Syllabus as prescribed.)

The present book aims to meet in full measure the requirements of students for the degree, honors and post-graduate examinations for the paper on Economics of Development and Planning of the different Indian Universities and also for the public competitive examinations. This book is written in a compact, coherent and comprehensive manner and enables the students to have a thorough grasp of the subject in simple and easy language as well as lucid style. A sincere effort has been made to make the subject-matter easier and clearer by giving different illustrations and drawing charts and diagrams mostly drawn from the Indian economy. Critical analysis has also been given at relevant places.

At the end each chapter questions have been given in two parts (1) essay type questions, and (2) short answers type questions. They have been taken from latest question papers of different Indian Universities and public competitive examinations.

 

CONTENTS :

Chapters

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  1. Economic Development and Economic Growth
  2. Characteristics of an Underdeveloped Country
  3. Obstacles to Economic Development Or Obstacles to Economic Growth and Development
  4. Modern Economic Growth—Meaning and Characteristics
  5. The Classical Theory of Economic Development–Adam Smith, David Ricardo, T. R. Maithus and J. S. Mill etc.
  6. The Neo-Classical Theory of Growth
  7. Marxian Theory Or Karl Marx’s Theory of Economic Development (1818-1883)
  8. The Schumpeterian Theory (1883-1950)
  9. Keynes Theory of Economic Development
  10. Nurkse’s Theory of Disguised Unemployment and Economic Development
  11. Rostow’s Stages of Economic Growth
  12. Lewis Theory of Unlimited Supplies of Labour (Lewis Model)
  13. Leibenstein’s Critical Minimum Effort Theory or Thesis (Leibenstein’s Model)
  14. The Big Push Theory (Rosenstein Rodan’s Thesis)
  15. The Theory of Balanced Growth (Fredrick List)
  16. Theory of Unbalanced Growth Or Strategy (Doctrine) of Unbalanced Growth
  17. Dualistic Theories
  18. The Harrod-Domar Models
  19. Meade’s Neo-Classical Model of Economic Growth
  20. Mrs. Joan Robinson’s Golden Age Model of Economic Growth
  21. Kaldor’s Model of Economic Growth
  22. Robert M. Solow’s Model of Economic Growth Or R. M. Solow’s Long-run Growth Model
  23. Mahalanobis Model of Growth
  24. The Models of Technical Change
  25. Myrdal’s Theory of Circular Causation
  26. Role of Agriculture in Economic Development
  27. Role of Industry in Economic Development
  28. Capital Formation and Economic Development
  29. Population Growth and Economic Development
  30. The Optimum Theory of Population
  31. Fiscal Policy and Economic Development
  32. Deficit Financing as an Instrument of Economic Development
  33. Monetary Policy and Economic Development
  34. Human Capital Formation and Economic Development
  35. Role of Foreign Capital and Ford; Aid in Economic Development
  36. Role of the State in Economic Development
  37. Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Growth and Development
  38. Role of Multinational Corporations
  39. Technology and Technological Change and Economic Development
  40. Economic Controls in a Planned Economy
  41. Choice of Techniques and Economic Models
  42. Input and Output Analysis
  43. Shadow Prices and Planning
  44. Planning Under Mixed Economy

ECONOMIC PLANNING

  1. Introduction to Economic Planning
  2. Types of Planning
  3. Economic Planning in India
  4. Objectives, Achievements and Failures of Planning in India
  5. Mobilisation of Resource.‘ hr bin Pi
  6. The Strategy of Indian Planning
  7. Pun Models in the Indian Five Year Plans
  8. Poverty in India
  9. unemployment in India
  10. Economic Inequalities in India
  11. Industrial Development and Policy
  12. Public Sector Enterprises
  13. Globalisation and Its Effect on Indian Economy
  14. Ninth Five Year Plan (1997-2002)
  15. Tenth Five Year Plan (2002-2007)
  16. Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-12)
  17. Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012-17).

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