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Trade-Led Economic Growth

  • Economics

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  • Author   :    Eds.: Tanya, T.K.Shandilya
    Year of Publication   :   2018
    ISBN   :   9788193637852
    Language   :   English
    Binding   :   Hard Bound
    Pages   :   360
    Size   :   23 cms
    Categories   :   2018, New Books, Economics
    Price  :  1450
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    About the Book :

    Trade is an important stimulator of economic growth. It enlarges a country’s consumption capacities, increases world output, and provides access to scarce resources and worldwide markets for products without which poor countries would be unable to grow. The whole economic basis for international trade rests on the fact that countries do differ in their resource endowments, their preferences and technologies, their scale economies, their economic and social institutions and their capacities for growth and development. Exports provide foreign exchange that can be used for importing consumption goods, intermediate goods or capital goods and imports of capital goods and intermediate goods can increase economic growth through technological diffusion.

    This book “Trade-Led Economic Growth” is an attempt to deal with a debatable and burning topic in present context. This book has highlighted the different aspects of trade-led growth. About twenty-eight eminent economists/researchers from different backgrounds have contributed their research papers. The coverage of this book is quite comprehensive, the papers do not only study the different aspects of trade led growth, but an attempt has also been made to provide futuristic insights too. This book will certainly provide sufficient matters to readers for understanding the trade led growth.

    Contents : Indian Agriculture and Agreement of WTO; Performance of the External Sector of India; Growth-Transparency Trade-off; An Empirical Investigation of Causal Link between Evidence of Trade-Led Growth in India; A Review of Trade-Led Growth in India; Trade-Led Growth in India and China; Recent Developments in India’s Foreign Trade; India’s Export Efficiency and Economic Growth during Pre-WTO and Post-WTO Periods; The Impact of TRIPS of WTO’s Trade Agreement on Indian Economy; Environment Related Multilateral Trade Agreements under WTO and their Implications for Indian Exports; Economic Growth and International Trade in India; Impact of European Union and ASEAN Countries on India’s Trade Volume Using Gravity Model; A Critical Evaluation of Impact of India-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement on their Trade and Economic Relations; India-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement; Impact of ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement; Impact of Commodities Transaction Tax on Trading Volume in India; The Impacts of Inflation and Terms of Trade on Exchange Rate; Impact of Gold Imports on Current Account Deficit; Impact of Trade Agreements on Pharmaceutical Industries; Trips Over Indian Patent Regime and Trade of Medicinal Plants; Inverse Capital Flow; Global Economic Crisis and Indian Economy :Role of the External Sector; External Sector Induced Major Financial Crisis and the Indian Economy in Recent Years; Determinants of FDI in India (Revisited); Foreign Savings in India; Variations in Exchange Rate of Indian Rupee and Impending General Elections; Agricultural Performance and Trade during the Past Decade; Trade Liberalisation and Environment Protection; International Trade Under Digital Age.

    About the Editors

    Tanya Sharma is M.A. in Economics from Patna University, Patna (Bihar). As an outstanding student and having an interest in the economic condition of Bihar in particular and the national and international economic scenario in general, Tanya has witnessed different economic policies on the part of the Government and has comprehended the problems at the level of their execution. Tanya is contributing to the upliftment of the economic condition of nation be it at the policy level or at the level of execution through her academic writings and activities. Tanya has a brilliant academic career and she has contributed the economic fraternity of the nation by participating in different conferences, seminars and her scholarly papers.

    Prof. Tapan Kumar Shandilya, M.A. (Gold Medalist), Ph.D., is presently the Principal of College of Commerce, Arts & Science, Patna, Bihar which is a constituent unit of the newly formed Patliputra University (Formerly Magadh University) and is a NAAC Reaccredited grade ‘A’ college.  Prior to this Prof. Shandilya has been the Principal of T.P.S. College, Patna and G.D. College, Begusarai, Bihar. Prof. Shandilya had also been the Vice-Chancellor of V.K.S. University, Ara and Nalanda Open University, Patna. He has also been the Pro-Vice-Chancellor of V.K.S. University, Ara and T.M. Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur. Dr. Shandilya has been the president of Indian Economic Association (IEA).

    Prof. Shandilya has a vast experience of teaching as well as research of about three decades. He has guided about 4 dozen Ph.D. Research Scholars and has about 100 publications to his credit. He has also been awarded a UGC Project and has authored/edited about twenty books.

    Prof. Shandilya has been actively associated with various National Associations like LEA, EAB and the ISLE. Besides being a regular participant and presenter, both contributed and invited, in various National and International Seminars all over the country, Prof. Shandilya himself has the expertise and experience of organizing about twenty-five Conferences/Seminars.

    Prof. Shandilya has also been a visiting faculty in various reputed intuitions across the country and has also been a member of syndicate of various universities of Bihar. He has also been a member of several academic bodies, examination boards, Academic Councils as well as the advisory board of various institutions and journals of much repute. Prof. Shandilya, has also been a member of Innovation and the Syllabus Formation Committee and Ph.D. Examiner in various Universities across the country. He is not only a highly reputed academician, but also an excellent administrator.

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