Regional economy of India : growth and finance /
editor, Deepak Mohanty.
New Delhi : Published by Academic Foundation in association with Reserve Bank of India, 2012.
508 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
8171889239, 9788171889235
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New Delhi : Published by Academic Foundation in association with Reserve Bank of India, 2012.
contents note
Section 1. Growth and inflation -- section 2. Banking and finance -- section 3. Financial inclusion -- section 4. Structural issues.
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Includes bibliographical references.
A Look Inside
Main Description
Regional economy is of critical importance to achieve inclusive growth and to sustain growth momentum, and the essays in this collection focus on the growth and finance of various states in India. This volume, comprised of articles written by scholars at the Reserve Bank of India, stimulates further policy-oriented research and contributes to better policymaking. The book contends that the share of agriculture has shrunk across the states while the share of services has risen sharply, and that there is a need for action on agricultural growth, infrastructure development, and prioritization of expenditure toward social sectors to develop the quality of the labor force and promote well-being. Also included are a foreword by Duvvuri Subbarao and a preface by Subir Gokarn, the governor and deputy governor, respectively, of the Reserve Bank of India. Students, researchers, economists, bankers, and policymakers with special interest in India's regional economy will find this a valuable and thought-provoking resource.
Table of Contents
List of Tables and Figuresp. 9
Forewordp. 21
Prefacep. 23
Regional Economy of India: Growth and Financep. 25
Growth and Inflation
Inclusive Growth and Its Regional Dimensionp. 39
Impact of Bank Credit on Growth Dynamics of Keralap. 71
Determinants of Inflation in Tamil Nadup. 93
Economic and Financial Developments in the North-Eastern Statesp. 133
Inter-District Growth Performance in Madhya Pradeshp. 145
Banking and Finance
Microfinance in India: Progress and Problemsp. 163
Regional Dimensions of Banking Servicesp. 185
Bank Finance in the Development of Real Estate Sector in Biharp. 227
A Disaggregated Analysis of Monetary Transmission Mechanism: Evidence from the Dispersion of Bank Credit to Indian Statesp. 247
Financial Inclusion
Financial Inclusion in Jammu and Kashmirp. 281
Financial Inclusion in Keralap. 307
Financial Inclusion in West Bengalp. 331
Structural Issues
Structural Transformation in Punjab Economyp. 363
Social Sector Expenditure across Statesp. 397
Issues in Services Sector: A Case Study of Delhip. 429
Regional Dimensions of Reality Sector in Indiap. 459
Debt Management Strategies in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhandp. 487
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