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Money Banking & International Trade – , By – Dr. M.L. Seth, ISBN Code – 978-93-86828-77-4

 

For B.A./B.Com.(Pass & Hons.), of Indian Universities in accordance with the latest syllabus approved with the latest syllabus approved by the U.G.C.

Money Banking and International Trade is a text-book which has been especially planned to cater to requirements of graduate, honors and post-graduate students in monetary theory at the university level. The book not only fully covers the prescribed courses of study but also presents the essentials of monetary theory in a compact, coherent, lucid and easily intelligible manner. The course of study prescribed by the Public Services Commissions for the State and Central Services have also been borne in mind while writing the present volume.

An attempt has been made to meet the requirements of candidates appearing for various professional examinations like Chartered Accountancy and Indian Institute of Bankers. The author feels that present volume, as it stands now, leaves out nothing of importance which may be expected of graduate or post-graduate students in monetary theory.

The present edition has been thoroughly revised and amended in accordance with latest syllabus prescribed by the U.G.C. Almost all the chapters have been thoroughly revised. Fresh material has been added in certain chapters. The data relating to banking, trade and public finance has been up-dated. It incorporates all the latest changes and developments. The subject-matter has been presented in a simple, coherent and critical manner. At the end of each chapter, narrative questions. short answer questions and objective questions have been given. These questions provide a coherent framework for analyzing the matter making it easier for the students to learn. and for the teacher to teach.

 

CONTENTS :

Chapters

PART I

BASIC CONCEPT

  1. Meaning and Functions of Money
  2. Classification of Money
  3. Significance of Money
  4. Monetary Standards

PART II

VALUE OF MONEY AND INFLATION

  1. Value of Money and Its Measurement
  2. The Supply of and the Demand for Money
  3. The Quantity Theory of Money
  4. The income Theory of Money Or [The Saving-investment Theory of Money]
  5. Inflation and Deflation

PART III

COMMERCIAL BANKING

  1. Commercial Banking–Meaning, Types and Functions
  2. Banking Operations–Liabilities and Assets
  3. Commercial Banking in India
  4. Indian Money Market (Financial System)

PART IV

CENTRAL BANKING

  1. Central Banking
  2. Methods of Credit Control
  3. The Reserve Bank of India
  4. Objectives and Limitations of Monetary Policy

PART V

THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE

  1. Classical Theory of International Trade
  2. Modern Theory of International Trade
  3. Gains from International Trade and Terms of Trade
  4. Balance of Payments
  5. Trade Policy : Free Trade Vs. Protection

PART VI

THEORY OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE

  1. The Foreign Exchange
  2. Exchange Control

PART VII

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

  1. The international Monetary Fund
  2. World Bank and Other Financial Institutions

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Money Banking & International Trade – , By – Dr. M.L. Seth, ISBN Code – 978-93-86828-77-4

 

For B.A./B.Com.(Pass & Hons.), of Indian Universities in accordance with the latest syllabus approved with the latest syllabus approved by the U.G.C.

Money Banking and International Trade is a text-book which has been especially planned to cater to requirements of graduate, honors and post-graduate students in monetary theory at the university level. The book not only fully covers the prescribed courses of study but also presents the essentials of monetary theory in a compact, coherent, lucid and easily intelligible manner. The course of study prescribed by the Public Services Commissions for the State and Central Services have also been borne in mind while writing the present volume.

An attempt has been made to meet the requirements of candidates appearing for various professional examinations like Chartered Accountancy and Indian Institute of Bankers. The author feels that present volume, as it stands now, leaves out nothing of importance which may be expected of graduate or post-graduate students in monetary theory.

The present edition has been thoroughly revised and amended in accordance with latest syllabus prescribed by the U.G.C. Almost all the chapters have been thoroughly revised. Fresh material has been added in certain chapters. The data relating to banking, trade and public finance has been up-dated. It incorporates all the latest changes and developments. The subject-matter has been presented in a simple, coherent and critical manner. At the end of each chapter, narrative questions. short answer questions and objective questions have been given. These questions provide a coherent framework for analyzing the matter making it easier for the students to learn. and for the teacher to teach.

 

CONTENTS :

Chapters

PART I

BASIC CONCEPT

  1. Meaning and Functions of Money
  2. Classification of Money
  3. Significance of Money
  4. Monetary Standards

PART II

VALUE OF MONEY AND INFLATION

  1. Value of Money and Its Measurement
  2. The Supply of and the Demand for Money
  3. The Quantity Theory of Money
  4. The income Theory of Money Or [The Saving-investment Theory of Money]
  5. Inflation and Deflation

PART III

COMMERCIAL BANKING

  1. Commercial Banking–Meaning, Types and Functions
  2. Banking Operations–Liabilities and Assets
  3. Commercial Banking in India
  4. Indian Money Market (Financial System)

PART IV

CENTRAL BANKING

  1. Central Banking
  2. Methods of Credit Control
  3. The Reserve Bank of India
  4. Objectives and Limitations of Monetary Policy

PART V

THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE

  1. Classical Theory of International Trade
  2. Modern Theory of International Trade
  3. Gains from International Trade and Terms of Trade
  4. Balance of Payments
  5. Trade Policy : Free Trade Vs. Protection

PART VI

THEORY OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE

  1. The Foreign Exchange
  2. Exchange Control

PART VII

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

  1. The international Monetary Fund
  2. World Bank and Other Financial Institutions

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