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Economic Developments In India : Volume - 109
Analysis, Reports, Policy Documents
About the Book
<p>Economic Developments in India (EDI) was launched in 1998. Ever since, one volume is published every month. Each volume of EDI comprises a hard-bound book plus a CD-ROM. Salient features include: latest articles by top economists and experts; complete (full-length) reports & policy documents; current at-a-glance statistics and policy updates. EDI is an authentic and 'truly unique' ready-reference resource—a full-fledged 'Economic Information System'. The dual format (hardcopy + digital) further enhance the utility of this publication.</p> <p>Yes ! Indeed, the combination of 'Book and a CD-ROM' proves extremely powerful and versatile, especially when the two forms of media are selectively made to carry different forms of information. Hence, the hard-copy (i.e. the book) presents crisp articles and short summaries while the digital format (CD-ROM) takes care of voluminous reports and documents with sophisticated search facility and printout options. This way, easy readability and comprehensiveness go hand in hand to make this publication compact and preservable.</p> <p>Today, EDI is valued and subscribed by users across a wide cross-section of highly reputed organisation which include: government departments/regulatory authorities, PSUs, Indian corporate sector / business houses, multinational industrial corporations, embassies and foreign missions, banks / financial institutions, consultancy organisations, apex bodies, trade promoting agencies, state financial and industrial development corporations, economic research centres, management institutions, universities and colleges, and so on...</p>
About the Author(s) / Editor(s)
<p><strong>Raj Kapila</strong> is the Director and Chief Editor of Academic Foundation, Delhi. He has written extensively and is also the author of the following publications: The Story of Industrialisation: Industries the World Over (1962), The Time Demands: A Politico-Economic Analysis of Present-day India (1966), India at Cross : After 25 years of Independence (1972). He co-edited with Dr. Uma Kapila, a six volume study entitled Understanding India’s Economic Reforms (AF, 1996). This was very well received and consequently led to the evolution of the concept of ‘‘Monthly Updates’’ on Indian Economy that eventually took the form of the present EDI series. Together, they have also edited Banking and Financial Sector Reforms in India (6 vols., 1998) and subsequently: Ongoing Developments in Banking and Financial Sector in India (4 vols., AF, 2000). Most recently, they have co-edited a book: India's Economy in the 21st Century (Academic Foundation, 2001) --- a collection of select articles by eminent economists.<br /> </p> <p><br /> <strong>Uma Kapila, </strong>author/editor of several other books, has taught Indian Economy to undergraduate students for forty two years. She recently retired as Reader from the Department of Economics, Miranda House, University of Delhi. Presently she is Senior Editor, Academic Foundation. As a teacher-fellow at the center for advanced studies, Delhi School of Economics (1976-79), Mrs. Kapila completed her Ph.D. on " Oilseeds Economy of India. " she has also served on the Planning Commission Study Group on " Agricultural Strategies in the Eastern Region of India for the seventh Five Year Plan" (Perspective planning Division). Dr. (Mrs.) Uma Kapila is the author of the book "Oilseeds Economy of India" (1982) published by the Institute of Economic Growth under their series " Studies in Economic Development and Planning". She is the editor of the widely read book entitled "Indian Economy Since Independence", currently into its eleventh edition. She also edited five volume on Indian Economy entitled Recent Development in India Economy with special reference to Structural Reforms. She is, presently, Co-edited with Mr. Raj Kapila, book series on economic developments and on banking and financial sectors developments.</p>
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