Changing India Manmohan Singh.

By: Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: New Delhi, India. : Oxford University Press , 2019.Edition: First edDescription: 5 volumes ; 25 x 28 x 17 cmISBN:
  • 9780199489565 V-1
  • 9780199489572 V-2
  • 9780199489589 V-3
  • 9780199489596 V-4
  • 9780199489602 V-5 (PART-1)
  • 9780199489619 V-5 (PART-2)
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Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 338.954 23 SIN
Contents:
Volume I: India's export trends and the prospects for self-sustained growth Volume II: Early thoughts on trade and development Volume III: The International economic order and the quest for equity in development Volume IV: Economic reforms 1991 and beyond Volume V: The Prime Minister Speaks (part - 1) Volume V: The Prime Minister Speaks (part - 2)
Summary: This set of five volumes documents the life and work of Manmohan Singh, an academic, a policymaker, and a politician who has had a deep impact on India and its economy. The volumes offer his selected speeches, articles, and interviews, starting from the 1950s, when he was in the academia, through the 1980s and 1990s, when he was India's finance minister, to 2004-14, when he was the prime minister of India. Manmohan Singh's writings reflect on the reforms that transformed the Indian economy and lay the foundations for a stronger medium-term growth story than the kind that India had witnessed in the preceding 44 years since Independence. The five volumes bring together Singh's essays and speeches on various subjects- economic reforms, India's export trends and the prospects for self-sustained growth, trade and development, and international economic order and equity in development
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Reference Books Reference Books CUTN Central Library Social Sciences Reference 338.954 SIN V-5 (PART- I) (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Not For Loan 37133
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Volume I: India's export trends and the prospects for self-sustained growth Volume II: Early thoughts on trade and development Volume III: The International economic order and the quest for equity in development Volume IV: Economic reforms 1991 and beyond Volume V: The Prime Minister Speaks (part - 1) Volume V: The Prime Minister Speaks (part - 2)

This set of five volumes documents the life and work of Manmohan Singh, an academic, a policymaker, and a politician who has had a deep impact on India and its economy. The volumes offer his selected speeches, articles, and interviews, starting from the 1950s, when he was in the academia, through the 1980s and 1990s, when he was India's finance minister, to 2004-14, when he was the prime minister of India. Manmohan Singh's writings reflect on the reforms that transformed the Indian economy and lay the foundations for a stronger medium-term growth story than the kind that India had witnessed in the preceding 44 years since Independence. The five volumes bring together Singh's essays and speeches on various subjects- economic reforms, India's export trends and the prospects for self-sustained growth, trade and development, and international economic order and equity in development

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