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Inflation and Indian economy, 1951-52 to 1973-74

S. Hajra

Inflation and Indian economy, 1951-52 to 1973-74

by S. Hajra

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Published by Economic and Scientific Research Foundation in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Inflation (Finance) -- India.,
    • Prices -- India.,
    • Monetary policy -- India.,
    • India -- Economic policy -- 1947-

    • Edition Notes

      StatementS. Hajra.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG1235 .H28
      The Physical Object
      Pagination69 p. :
      Number of Pages69
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4867396M
      LC Control Number75908389

      Full text of "The Indian Economic Journal Vol" See other formats. The main purpose of the budget was to lay down the foundation of the Planning Commission, which in turn was to formulate effective plans for utilising the nation's resources. Indian budget highlights in the early s revolved around the public sector and finances, and, hence, dwelt much on taxation, inflation and public savings.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hajra, S. (Sridhar), Inflation and Indian economy, to New Delhi: Economic and Scientific Research Foundation, The economic history of India begins with the Indus Valley Civilization (– BCE), whose economy appears to have depended significantly on trade and examples of overseas trade.

The Vedic period saw countable units of precious metal being used for exchange. The term Nishka appears in this sense in the Rigveda. Historically, India was the largest economy in the world for most of the next.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. BIBLIOGRAPHY I BOOKS “Inflation & Indian Economy: to ”, Economic and Scientific Research Foundation, New Delhi.

- Halm, George H. (): “Monetary Theory”, Asia Publishing G.L. (): “Devaluation and the Indian Economy”, Scientific Book Agency, Calcutta - The Indian Merchant’s. They consider the inflation as a permanent characteristic of Indian economy.

A strong inflationary pressure has been built into the Indian economy for a long time, precisely from the start of the Second World Inflation is the rate of change of general price level. For THE PARALLEL ECONOMY IN INDIA: CAUSES, They used average of three years viz. ‐50, ‐51 and ‐52 as the bench mark for estimating black money for the year of ‐68 to ‐ income to assessable non‐salary income has gone up after ‐74; (c) Increase.

in both rural an d urban sectors declined be tween a nd the ratio for rural sect or from % to % and the ra tio for urban sector from % to 3 %. Testing time for the Indian economy. Economic recovery overridden by inflation. Sixth Plan concludes on a satisfactory note. Successful start to the seventh plan.

Indian economy on a new growth path. The year of natural calamities. Resilience of economic recovery. presents an analysis of inflation and contributing factors in Indian economy for the period to His study estimates the quantitative significance of monetary and fiscal variables in contributing the inflation during this period.

He ascribes the problem of inflation to the wrong design and implementation of. Ap Dear All Welcome to the refurbished site of the Reserve Bank of India. The two most important features of the site are: One, in addition to the default site, the refurbished site also has all the information bifurcated functionwise; two, a much improved.

The gross value added at factor cost rose from Rs. crore in to Rs. crore in (at price of ) registering a growth rate of per cent per annum. The employment has increased in Village and Khadi industries from lakh and lakh in to lakh in Indian economy in the global context. Section III provides a brief overview average growth rates and real GDP shares by sectors, /52–/03 a (in percent, / / /   Poverty In India PPT and PDF Download: Poverty direct to a state of affairs where folks are empty with basic requirements of is usually characterized by garments, a place of protection, and inadequacy of food.

In different words, poorness assigns to a condition of privation wherever there’s an absence of essential wants for subsistence.

CPI numbers are widely used as a macroeconomic indicator of inflation, as a tool by governments and central banks for inflation targeting and for monitoring price stability, and as deflators in the national accounts. CPI is also used for indexing dearness allowance to employees for increase in prices.

Indian economy seems to have grown, in real terms, at to 4 percent per annum on the average during the first decade of planning, from —5 1 to —6 1, and then experienced a decline during the Third Five-Year Plan to.

"The rate of inflation rose above the politically sensitive danger-mark of 10 per cent in /67 and /68, and food price inflation was even higher (around 20 per cent)" (Joshi and Little,p.

48). Inflation worsened in /74 and there were food riots in various states. The period is associated with industrial stagnation (Nayyar, ). It said CPI inflation is likely to rise above the mid-point of RBI target to per cent in FY19 due to a pick-up in food and commodity prices, and so it expects RBI to hike policy rates by 75 basis points by mid For a whole while during secular growth of Indian economy from 50s to 90s., even if agriculture breached the 2% level.

The known economic history of India begins with the Indus Valley Civilisation (– BC), whose economy appears to have depended significantly on trade, which was facilitated by advances in transport. Around BC, the Mahajanapadas minted punch-marked silver coins. The period was marked by intensive trade activity and urban development.

By BC, the Maurya Empire united most of the. Electricity consumption in India grew at about 12% annual rate during the period toand at 10% during toin spite of the recession experienced during the late s. The annual growth rate dropped to % during to.

Decomposing inflation into its goods and services components reveals that the pick-up in inflation from June to December and its reversal from January largely emanated from prices of non-durables, particularly perishables; while those of services registered a sustained increase, primarily due to increase in housing inflation from Full text of "Indian Economy During The s" See other formats.

J.H. Adhvaryu Managerial Economics (Book Review) 56 Shailendra K. Singh Import of Capital and Technology (Book Review) Volume: 11, No.2 (July) Theodor Bergmann Employment and Migration. 1: A.S. Patel New Technology in Indian Agriculture .A Reserve Bank study found that fixed investments required to create a new job in the organized industries and mines were as high as 23, rupees during the First Five Year Plan ( to ), 27, rupees during the Second Plan, rupees during the Third Plan.(34) Even allowing for the modest inflation inthe Author: Nirmal K.

Chandra.New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ———. ‘Reflections on Patterns of Regional Growth in India under British Rule’, in Amiya Kumar Bagchi (ed.), Colonialism and Indian Economy, Chapter 2, pp.

13– New Delhi: Oxford University Press. Chakravarty, Sukhamoy. Reflections on the Growth Process in the Indian Economy.