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India Macroeconomics Annual 2008, like the annuals for the earlier two years, provides a macroeconomic update on the state of the country?s economy and discusses issues that were pertinent during the course of the year. It analyses macroeconomic events using macroeconomic and statistical tools.
The first section of the annual surveys stock market development and private capital accumulation in the country. The second section contains research papers on a wide range of topics such as labour, fiscal issues, banking and finance, econometrics, computations and mathematical methods, foreign direct investment, income redistribution policy, growing savings rate, skill acquisition with regard to India and the role of finance in business cycles.
This work will hold great value for people involved in the study of Macroeconomics, International Trade, Labour Economics, Public Economics and Econometrics.
Table of Contents
I: Corporate Governance, Stock Market Development and Private Capital Accumulation: A Case Study of India PRABIRJIT SARKAR
II: Foreign Direct Investment and the Importance of Institutions?A Reconciliation of Cross-Sectional and Panel Data Analysis CHENG HSIAO, JEFF B NUGENT and YAN SHEN
Income-Redistribution Policy and Product Development RAJAT ACHARYYA
Fiscal Deficit, Interest Rate and Investment in the Context of Growing Savings Rate in India: A Macroeconometric Study SUPARNA BASU and DEBABRATA DATTA
Skill Acquisition in LDCs CHANDANA DAS and AMBAR GHOSH
Foreign-Owned New Subsidiary and Existing Joint Venture: Competition Policy and National Welfare TARUN KABIRAJ and SUGATA MARJIT
Finance in the Theory of Business Cycles INDRAJIT MALLICK
Uncertainty and Investment?A Survey DEBKUMAR CHAKRABARTI