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Globalization and Politics in India - Baldev Raj Nayar (ed.)
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Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2009. First edition. Softcover. New. The new dimensions of International trade have become an area of interest for one and all in recent times. Although much literature is available on international trade yet the dearth of books dealing with the impact of international trade policies on India is being deeply felt by the students at various levels. This book contains a comprehensive treatment of the theoretical and practical aspects of international trade applied to both developed and developing economies with a special reference to India. It tries to reason out the causes for adverseness in international trade and tries to come out with solution where ever required. An utmost attempt has been done to make the subject easy and understandable to students. The book has been divided into two parts; part one deal with international trade concepts and part two deals with international & domestic financial institution and their strategies. Contents :- Part I : International Trade 1. Introduction 2. Theory of International Trade 3. Changes and Challenges in the International Trade Order 4. International Trade and Economic Integration of Developing Countries 5. Tariff and Other Barriers to Trade 6. Balance of Payments 7. Exchange Rate Determination 8. Export-Import Policy 2002-07 9. Export Finance 10. Distribution Logistics for Exports 11. Indias Foreign Trade Management Organisations 12. State Trading, Part II : International and Domestic Financial Environment 13. Evolution of International Monetary System 14. Capital Market in India 15. Industrial Financial Institutions in India 16. Multinational Companies and International Business 17. International Finance Strategies 18. Euro Currencies 19. World Trade Organisation 20. International Monetary Fund (IMF) 21. World Bank 22. Global Trading Strategies. Printed Pages: 384., Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2009, Cambridge University Press, 2013. Softcover. New. Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations, Cambridge O Level Economics covers the Cambridge syllabus (2281). The book draws extensively on real world examples to explore economic concepts, theories and issues. Each of the 52 units deals with a specific topic in a lucid and pertinent manner. A number of activities, based on examples from around the world, are designed to facilitate students_\™ easy understanding of the contents. There is a range of questions both at the end of units and at the end of each of the eight sections to assess students_\™ progress in the subject and to help them prepare for examination. Key features _\_ A clear indication of the content at the beginning of each unit _\_ Stimulating in-text activities _\_ Definitions of important terms given as highlighted key point boxes _\_ Numerous well-labelled diagrams and photographs to serve as visual aids _\_ Multiple-choice questions and answers at the end of each unit _\_ Structured questions, along with suggested answers _\_ Summary of main points and Teacher_\™s tip for ready reference Contents Contents Introduction Preparing for Examination Acknowledgement SECTION I The Basic Economic Problem Unit 1 Scarcity Unit 2 Factors of Production Unit 3 Opportunity Cost Answer Key Examination Practice SECTION II Allocation of Resources Unit 4 Market and Mixed Economies Unit 5 Equilibrium Price Unit 6 Changes in Demand Unit 7 Changes in Supply Unit 8 Price Elasticity of Demand Unit 9 Price Elasticity of Supply Unit 10 Merits of the Market System Unit 11 Market Failure Unit 12 Use of Resources Unit 13 Public Expenditure versus Private Expenditure Answer Key Examination Practice SECTION III The Individual as Producer, Consumer and Borrower Unit 14 Specialisation, Exchange and Money Unit 15 Banks Unit 16 Stock Exchanges Unit 17 Choice of Occupation Unit 18 Differences in Earnings Unit 19 Changes in Earnings Unit 20 Trade Unions Unit 21 Motives for Spending, Saving and Borrowing Unit 22 Differences in Expenditure Patterns Answer Key Examination Practice SECTION IV The Private Firm as Producer and Employer Unit 23 Types of Business Organisations Unit 24 Demand for Factors of Production Unit 25 Costs of Production Unit 26 Principle of Profit Maximisation Unit 27 Pricing and Output Strategies Unit 28 Different Size of Firms and Integration Unit 29 Economies of Scale Answer Key Examination Practice SECTION V Role of Government in an Economy Unit 30 The Government as a Producer and an Employer Unit 31 Aims of Government Unit 32 The Government_\™s Influence on Private Producers Unit 33 Conflicts between Government Aims Unit 34 Types of Taxation Unit 35 Incidence and Impact of Taxation Answer Key Examination Practice SECTION VI Economic Indicators Unit 36 Consumer Prices Index Unit 37 Causes and Consequences of Inflation and Deflation Unit 38 Employment Unit 39 Causes and Consequences of Unemployment Unit 40 Gross Domestic Product and Economic Growth Unit 41 Living Standards Answer Key Examination Practice SECTION VII Developed and Developing Countries Unit 42 Different Stages of Development Unit 43 Inequality and Poverty Unit 44 Population Growth Unit 45 The Effects of Changes in Population Unit 46 Problems of Development Answer Key Examination Practice SECTION VIII International Aspects Unit 47 The Structure of the Balance of Payments Unit 48 Changing Patterns of Exports and Imports Unit 49 International Trade Unit 50 Exchange Rates Unit 51 Changes in Exchange Rates Unit 52 Free Trade and Protection Answer Key Examination Practice Answers to Examination Practice Questions Additional Structured Questions Useful Resources Index Printed Pages: 584., Cambridge University Press, 2013, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2007 Bursting suddenly on the world scene in the last quarter of the twentieth century, globalization both as process and concept has fast come to dominate contemporary discourse on human affairs. Yet, it is the object of both ardent support and powerful attack. This extensive volume—in the Themes in Politics series—provides a comprehensive view of the debates surrounding globalization and its impact on India. It offers diverse viewpoints against the backdrop of a blending of the economics and politics of globalization. Scholars across the social sciences, policymakers and media specialists, Marxists and liberals, discuss the diffusion of globalization and its causes and consequences. Together they present their views on the role of ideas, interests, and institutions in the adjustment to globalization. The introduction provides a broad overview of the nature and development of economic globalization and India’s experience with it. The various readings are organized into five broad sections: the nature of globalization, both in its past and contemporary incarnations; the nature of economic strategy in India that preceded globalization; the shift to economic liberalization and the stimulus for it; the consequences of globalization and the associated process of economic liberalization on India’s relationship with the world; and the impact of these processes, internally, on India’s economy, society, and polity. Singh Ahluwalia, Sanjaya Baru, Jagdish Bhagwati, Amartya Sen, and Joseph E. Stiglitz, among others, this volume will be of interest to advanced students and scholars of politics, economics, and political economy, as well as to journalists, policymakers, and the informed general reader.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New., Oxford University Press, 2007

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[EAN: 9780195689211], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: Oxford University Press], 53077, Political Science|General, Political Science|Globalization, Political Science|Public Policy|Economic Policy, Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. List of abbreviations and acronyms. 1. Globalization geopolitics and India an introduction/Baldev Raj Nayar. 2. A guide to the readings/Baldev Raj Nayar. I. Economic globalization then and now 3. Winners and losers over two centuries of globalization/Jeffrey G. Williamson. 4. Why and when did the west get rich/Angus Maddison. 5. Globalization the game the players and the rules/Deepak Nayyar. 6. Global inequality and human security/Amartya Sen. 7. The overselling of globalization/Joseph E. Stiglitz. 8. In defence of globalization It has a human face/Jagdish Bhagwati. II. Nationalism and economic strategy 9. Nationalist planning for autarchy and state hegemony development strategy under Nehru/Baldev Raj Nayar. III. Globalization and economic liberalization 10. India in a globalizing world/Montek Singh Ahluwalia. 11. India Dirigisme structural adjustment and the radical alternative/Prabhat Patnaik and C.P. Chandrasekhar. 12. Nationalist globalism the narrative of strategic politics and economic openness in India/Jalal Alamgir. 13. Ideas and economic reforms in India the role of international migration and the Indian diaspora/Devesh Kapur. 14. The BJP the RSS Family and globalization in India/Ashok Malik. IV. India and the world economy and interstate system 15. Globalization and India/B. Vivekanandan. 16. Strategic consequences of India's economic performance/Sanjaya Baru. 17. Globalization and India's National Autonomy/Baldev Raj Nayar. V. Globalization liberalization and domestic change 18. The causes and consequences of India's IT Boom/Devesh Kapur. 19. Poverty and inequality in India a re examination/Angus Deaton and Jean Dreze. 20. Regional growth and disparity in India comparison of pre and post reform decades/B.B. Bhattacharya and S. Sakthivel. 21. The changing political economy of federalism in India a historical institutionalist approach/Assema Sinha. 22. Globalization and labour/Supriya Roy Chowdhury. Bibliography. Notes on contributors. Index. Bursting suddenly on the world scene in the last quarter of the twentieth century globalization both as process and concept has fast come to dominate contemporary discourse on human affairs. Yet it is the object of both ardent support and powerful attack. This extensive volume in the Themes in Political Series provides a comprehensive view of the debates surrounding globalization and its impact on India. It offers diverse viewpoints against the backdrop of a blending of the economics and politics of globalization. Scholars across the social sciences policymakers and media specialists Marxists and liberals discuss the diffusion of globalization and its causes and consequences. Together they present their views on the role of ideas interests and institutions in the adjustment to globalization. The introduction provides a broad overview of the nature and development of economic globalization and India's experience with it. The various readings are organized into five broad sections the nature of globalization both in its past and contemporary incarnations the nature of economic strategy in India that preceded globalization the shift to economic liberalization and the stimulus for it the consequences of globalization and the associated process of economic liberalization on India's relationship with the world and the impact of these processes internally on India's economy society and polity. With contributors that include Montek Singh Ahluwalia Sanjaya Baru Jagdish Bhagwati Amartya Sen and Joseph E. Stiglitz among others this volume will be of interest to advanced students and scholars of politics economics and political economy as well as to journalists policymakers and the informed general reader. 590 pp.

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[EAN: 9780195689211], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: Oxford University Press, New Delhi], 53077, Political Science |General, Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. List of abbreviations and acronyms. 1. Globalization geopolitics and India an introduction/Baldev Raj Nayar. 2. A guide to the readings/Baldev Raj Nayar. I. Economic globalization then and now 3. Winners and losers over two centuries of globalization/Jeffrey G. Williamson. 4. Why and when did the west get rich/Angus Maddison. 5. Globalization the game the players and the rules/Deepak Nayyar. 6. Global inequality and human security/Amartya Sen. 7. The overselling of globalization/Joseph E. Stiglitz. 8. In defence of globalization It has a human face/Jagdish Bhagwati. II. Nationalism and economic strategy 9. Nationalist planning for autarchy and state hegemony development strategy under Nehru/Baldev Raj Nayar. III. Globalization and economic liberalization 10. India in a globalizing world/Montek Singh Ahluwalia. 11. India Dirigisme structural adjustment and the radical alternative/Prabhat Patnaik and C.P. Chandrasekhar. 12. Nationalist globalism the narrative of strategic politics and economic openness in India/Jalal Alamgir. 13. Ideas and economic reforms in India the role of international migration and the Indian diaspora/Devesh Kapur. 14. The BJP the RSS Family and globalization in India/Ashok Malik. IV. India and the world economy and interstate system 15. Globalization and India/B. Vivekanandan. 16. Strategic consequences of India's economic performance/Sanjaya Baru. 17. Globalization and India's National Autonomy/Baldev Raj Nayar. V. Globalization liberalization and domestic change 18. The causes and consequences of India's IT Boom/Devesh Kapur. 19. Poverty and inequality in India a re examination/Angus Deaton and Jean Dreze. 20. Regional growth and disparity in India comparison of pre and post reform decades/B.B. Bhattacharya and S. Sakthivel. 21. The changing political economy of federalism in India a historical institutionalist approach/Assema Sinha. 22. Globalization and labour/Supriya Roy Chowdhury. Bibliography. Notes on contributors. Index. Bursting suddenly on the world scene in the last quarter of the twentieth century globalization both as process and concept has fast come to dominate contemporary discourse on human affairs. Yet it is the object of both ardent support and powerful attack. This extensive volume in the Themes in Political Series provides a comprehensive view of the debates surrounding globalization and its impact on India. It offers diverse viewpoints against the backdrop of a blending of the economics and politics of globalization. Scholars across the social sciences policymakers and media specialists Marxists and liberals discuss the diffusion of globalization and its causes and consequences. Together they present their views on the role of ideas interests and institutions in the adjustment to globalization. The introduction provides a broad overview of the nature and development of economic globalization and India's experience with it. The various readings are organized into five broad sections the nature of globalization both in its past and contemporary incarnations the nature of economic strategy in India that preceded globalization the shift to economic liberalization and the stimulus for it the consequences of globalization and the associated process of economic liberalization on India's relationship with the world and the impact of these processes internally on India's economy society and polity. With contributors that include Montek Singh Ahluwalia Sanjaya Baru Jagdish Bhagwati Amartya Sen and Joseph E. Stiglitz among others this volume will be of interest to advanced students and scholars of politics economics and political economy as well as to journalists policymakers and the informed general reader. 590 pp.

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[EAN: 9780195689211], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: Oxford University Press], 53077, Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. List of abbreviations and acronyms. 1. Globalization geopolitics and India an introduction/Baldev Raj Nayar. 2. A guide to the readings/Baldev Raj Nayar. I. Economic globalization then and now 3. Winners and losers over two centuries of globalization/Jeffrey G. Williamson. 4. Why and when did the west get rich/Angus Maddison. 5. Globalization the game the players and the rules/Deepak Nayyar. 6. Global inequality and human security/Amartya Sen. 7. The overselling of globalization/Joseph E. Stiglitz. 8. In defence of globalization It has a human face/Jagdish Bhagwati. II. Nationalism and economic strategy 9. Nationalist planning for autarchy and state hegemony development strategy under Nehru/Baldev Raj Nayar. III. Globalization and economic liberalization 10. India in a globalizing world/Montek Singh Ahluwalia. 11. India Dirigisme structural adjustment and the radical alternative/Prabhat Patnaik and C.P. Chandrasekhar. 12. Nationalist globalism the narrative of strategic politics and economic openness in India/Jalal Alamgir. 13. Ideas and economic reforms in India the role of international migration and the Indian diaspora/Devesh Kapur. 14. The BJP the RSS Family and globalization in India/Ashok Malik. IV. India and the world economy and interstate system 15. Globalization and India/B. Vivekanandan. 16. Strategic consequences of India's economic performance/Sanjaya Baru. 17. Globalization and India's National Autonomy/Baldev Raj Nayar. V. Globalization liberalization and domestic change 18. The causes and consequences of India's IT Boom/Devesh Kapur. 19. Poverty and inequality in India a re examination/Angus Deaton and Jean Dreze. 20. Regional growth and disparity in India comparison of pre and post reform decades/B.B. Bhattacharya and S. Sakthivel. 21. The changing political economy of federalism in India a historical institutionalist approach/Assema Sinha. 22. Globalization and labour/Supriya Roy Chowdhury. Bibliography. Notes on contributors. Index. Bursting suddenly on the world scene in the last quarter of the twentieth century globalization both as process and concept has fast come to dominate contemporary discourse on human affairs. Yet it is the object of both ardent support and powerful attack. This extensive volume in the Themes in Political Series provides a comprehensive view of the debates surrounding globalization and its impact on India. It offers diverse viewpoints against the backdrop of a blending of the economics and politics of globalization. Scholars across the social sciences policymakers and media specialists Marxists and liberals discuss the diffusion of globalization and its causes and consequences. Together they present their views on the role of ideas interests and institutions in the adjustment to globalization. The introduction provides a broad overview of the nature and development of economic globalization and India's experience with it. The various readings are organized into five broad sections the nature of globalization both in its past and contemporary incarnations the nature of economic strategy in India that preceded globalization the shift to economic liberalization and the stimulus for it the consequences of globalization and the associated process of economic liberalization on India's relationship with the world and the impact of these processes internally on India's economy society and polity. With contributors that include Montek Singh Ahluwalia Sanjaya Baru Jagdish Bhagwati Amartya Sen and Joseph E. Stiglitz among others this volume will be of interest to advanced students and scholars of politics economics and political economy as well as to journalists policymakers and the informed general reader. 590 pp.

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New Delhi, India Oxford University Press 2007, New, Bursting suddenly on the world scene in the last quarter of the twentieth century, globalization both as process and concept has fast come to dominate contemporary discourse on human affairs. Yet, it is the object of both ardent support and powerful attack. This extensive volume-in the Themes in Politics series-provides a comprehensive view of the debates surrounding globalization and its impact on India. It offers diverse viewpoints against the backdrop of a blending of the economics and politics of globalization. Scholars across the social sciences, policymakers and media specialists, Marxists and liberals, discuss the diffusion of globalization and its causes and consequences. Together they present their views on the role of ideas, interests, and institutions in the adjustment to globalization. The introduction provides a broad overview of the nature and development of economic globalization and India's experience with it. The various readings are organized into five broad sections: the nature of globalization, both in its past and contemporary incarnations; the nature of economic strategy in India that preceded globalization; the shift to economic liberalization and the stimulus for it; the consequences of globalization and the associated process of economic liberalization on India's relationship with the world; and the impact of these processes, internally, on India's economy, society, and polity. Singh Ahluwalia, Sanjaya Baru, Jagdish Bhagwati, Amartya Sen, and Joseph E. Stiglitz, among others, this volume will be of interest to advanced students and scholars of politics, economics, and political economy, as well as to journalists, policymakers, and the informed general reader. First Edition New Hard Cover; First Edition, [Globalization Politics IndiaIndia]

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Globalization and Politics in India asks three important questions: What is the nature of the phenomenon under study? What are the causes of this pattern or phenomenon? What are its consequences? In addition, it asks what policies that would accentuate or attenuate the consequences? These questions form the overarching framework of this reader. The introduction provides a broad overview of the nature and development of economic globalization and India's experience with it. The readings offer a wide range of viewpoints and are organized into five broad sections: the nature of globalization, both in its past and contemporary incarnations; the nature of economic strategy in India that preceded globalization; the shift to economic liberalization and the stimulus for it; the consequences of globalization and liberalization for India in relation to its external setting; and the consequences of these processes for India's domestic situation.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195689216
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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