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Towards Sustainable Growth: Essays in Fiscal and Financial Sector Reforms…

by Raja J. Chelliah

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This topical work has as its background the ongoing program of economic reforms in India. Concentrating on fiscal and financial sector reforms, the author examines in detail the steps needed to complete the reform process initiated in 1991. In this context there is a comprehensive analysis of the fiscal situation with special emphasis on controlling the fiscal deficit. The author also analyzes the inter-state differences in economic conditions and social development as a prelude to a discussion of state-level reforms and effective regional planning.

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