Global Vision Publishing House


Financial Reform in India


Author : Prof. Neelkanth Gajanan Pendse & Dr. Sukanta Sarkar
ISBN : 9788182207585
Edition : 1st
Year : 2016
Pages : 256
Size : 21×14Cm
Publisher : Global Vision Publishing House
Price : INR 1,000.00


About the Book

The reforms have been driven by a thrust towards liberalization and several initiatives such as liberalization in the interest rate and reserve requirements have been taken on this front. At the same time, the government has emphasized on stronger regulation aimed at strengthening prudential norms, transparency and supervision to mitigate the prospects of systemic risks. The book entitled Financial Reform in India is designed into fifteen chapters which deal with the impact of liberalisation of financial regulations money market, capital market, stock market, disinvestment, foreign direct investment,  public-private partnership,  insurance reforms,  mutual fund industry, tax reforms,  Central-State financial relation, devaluation, inflation and deflation, national income and Government budget. It is hoped that this book will be very useful society in general and students of Economics/Commerce in particular.

About the Authors

Prof. Neelkanth Gajanan Pendse (MA, PhD) is former Head of the Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in Economics, and Presently Chairman Board of Studies in Economics, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur M.P. He specializes in Econometrics and Development Economics. He has published more than 100 research papers in professionally reputed Journals. He has six books to his credit and 4 books are in pipeline. He is also member of Editorial Board of Departmental Journal “Katilya Varta”. He is expert member to several academic bodies and life member of IEA, ISAE, ISLE, ICA, MPEA and IIOA. He is the first economist in the state of Madhya Pradesh to win young scientist Award in Social Sciences awarded by MAPCOST, Bhopal.

Dr. Sukanta Sarkar (MA, PhD) is working as Assistant Professor in Faculty of Management Studies, ICFAI University, Agartala Tripura, India. He did bachalor and master degree in Economics from Tripura University. He was awarded doctorate degree for his research work on socio-economic changes of rubber tappers in Tripura He qualified UGC-NET Exam in December/2006. He presented many research papers in various seminars, conferences and symposiums. Various research papers have been published in foreign and national journals. He also previously worked as visiting lecturer in National Institute of Technology, Agartala and Tripura University. He has research interest in various topics like agricultural crisis, rural development, women empowerment, sustainable development and social problems. He has authored books relating to Corruption, Human trafficking, Orphan children, Rubber plantation, Corporate social responsibility, Handicraft workers, Deforestation, Environmental pollution, Agrarian economics, Illegal trafficking, Environmental Science, Autonomous District Council & Tribal Welfare and Social security.


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