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The Next Stage of Planning in India

A close review of the Niti Aayog’s vision document vis-à-vis earlier plans and programme details offers valuable insights and suggestions on the real issues that India must face for inclusive growth.

Surplus Flows in A Dual Economy A Case Study of India

Formulation of a State Plan-Rajasthan A Case Study

Case for an Agricultural Income Tax

Policy without Theory

During the course of the reform process in India, there has been no particular Indian contribution to the thinking on the issue. Indian debates insulate themselves from the empirical and analytical work done on India outside the country. Globalising without ideas is not a luxury the country can afford. India must participate in the global dialogue on reform in a more positive and well-thought out manner, based on its own experience.

Technological Change in Indian Industry

Yoginder K Alagh Though it has become customary to hear that the efforts of R and D by industry have been not very significant, government statistics do not include the efforts made by business entities and a host of individuals who do not care to get registered with the department of industrial and scientific research, There is a need to quantify such efforts so that industry can provide a basis for networking and informed policy-making. R and D centres in industry have created impressive infrastructure and have employed very well trained and quality manpower. Indian industry has made several innovations in their own way. There is need to accentuate these trends.

Poverty and Food Security-Toward a Policy System for Food Security

Toward a Policy System for Food Security Yoginder K Alagh This paper assesses recent estimates of the incidence of poverty, and outlines the nature of an information and modelling system required by a food security system.

Econometrics of Long-Term Growth-Trade-Offs with Inflation

Econometrics of Long-Term Growth Trade-Offs with Inflation Yoginder K Alagh G S Guha The design of a growth strategy for a poor country like India calls for an interconnected view of income distribution, monetary policy and employment Also, the design has to be based on the behaviour of the Indian saver, the Indian markets and the productivity of the Indian worker. International trade would accelerate the process, but the great sources of growth lie within Indio, waiting to be unshackled.


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