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CONTENTS

AGRICULTURE 1 GOVERNANCE 31
Credit 4 HEALTH AND NUTRITION 31
Dairying 4 HEALTH CARE 32
Farm Products 5 HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS 33
Coconut 5 HUMAN RESOURCES 33
Cotton 5 INCOME DISTRIBUTION 34
Floriculture 6 INDUSTRY 34
Fruits and Vegetables 6 Agro-based 35
Groundnut 6 Cashew 35
Onion 6 Coffee 35
Potato 6 Coir 35
Pulses and Oilseeds 6 Marine Products 35
Rice 7 Rubber 35
Sorghum 7 Silk 36
Sugarcane 7 Sugar 36
Wheat 7 Tea 36
Forestry 7 Engineering 36
Horticulture 8 Auto Components 36
Livestock 8 Automobile 36
Plantation Crops 8 Electronics 37
Coffee 8 Two-wheeler 37
Rubber 9 Manufacturing 37
BANKING 9 Cement 37
Credit 14 Cosumer Durables 37
BUDGET 14 Drug 37
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 16 Garment 38
CO-OPERATION 16 Paint 38
CORPORATE SECTOR 16 Shipping 38
CORRUPTION 17 Software 38
DEMOGRAPHY 18 Textile 38
Migration 18 Mineral 39
DISASTER MANAGEMENT 18 Coal 39
ECONOMETRICS 18 Gold 39
ECONOMICS 19 Steel 39
ECONOMY 19 Small Scale 40
Co-operation 22 INFLATION 40
Development 22 INFORMATION 41
Growth 22 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 41
States 23 INFRASTRUCTURE 43
Bihar 23 INSURANCE 43
Gujarat 23 INVESTMENTS 44
Kerala 23 IRRIGATION 45
Madhya Pradesh 23 KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY 46
West Bengal 23 LABOUR 47
World 23 Employment 51
Brazil 24 LAND REFORMS 51
China 24 LEASING 51
EDUCATION 24 LOCAL GOVERNMENT 51
ENERGY 26 MANAGEMENT 52
Power 26 MARKETING 52
Sources 27 MONETARY ECONOMICS 52
Nuclear 27 NATURAL RESOURCES 54
ENTREPRENEURSHIP 28 Water Resources 55
ENVIRONMENT 28 PATENTS 57
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS 29 POVERTY 57
Financial Market 29 PRODUCTIVITY 58
GEOGRAPHY 30 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 58
PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION 58
PUBLIC FINANCE 58
PUBLIC SECTOR ENTERPRISES 59
REGULATION 59
REHABILITATION 60
RURAL DEVELOPMENT 60
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 60
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 61
SOCIAL SECTOR 61
SOCIAL SECURITY 61
STATISTICAL DATA 62
TAXATION 62
TECHNOLOGY 62
TELECOMMUNICATION 63
TOURISM 63
TRADE 64
International Trade 64
TRANSPORTATION 68
TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT 68
URBANISATION 69
WOMEN 70
KEYWORD INDEX
AUTHOR INDEX
CORPORATE AUTHOR INDEX
SERIALS INDEX
AGRICULTURE
1 Ananth, G.S.;Changappa, P.G.;Achoth, Lalita. Total factor
productivity and returns to research investment : A study of
rice in Karnataka. Southern Economist,44(20),Feb 15, 2006.
p.19-22.

Factor productivity;Rice cultivation;Returns in


investment

2 Das, Kasturi. GM crops in India : Is the government's policy


stance justifies? Economic and Political Weekly,41(9),Mar 4,
2006. p.834-835.

Genetically modified crops;Government policy

3 Dutta, Ratanajyoti.;Sriram, T.V. Bounty monsoon revives hopes


high agri growth in 2005. PTI Economic Service,32(1),Jan 1,
2006. p.18-22.

Agricultural growth

4 Dutta, Ratnajyoti. India ranks 7th top biotech crop growing


nations. PTI Economic Service,32(3),Feb 1, 2006. p.24-27.

Biotechnology;BT Cotton

5 Fan, Shenggen. National and international agricultural


research and rural poverty : The case of rice research in
India and China. Agricultural Economics,33(3),Nov 2005.
p.369-379. Bibliog:p.379.

Agricultural research;China;Impact assessment;Poverty

6 Gupta, Sonika.;Sharma, R.K. Agriculture productivity of


female-headed and male headed household : A study of Bilapur
district of Himachal Pradesh. The Asian Economic Review,
47(3),Dec 2005. p.435-444. Bibliog:p.444.

Agricultural productivity;Female-headed
households;Himachal Pradesh

7 IIyas, S.M. Asian experience on sustainable family farming


with special reference to India. Afro-Asian Journal of Rural
Development,38(1),Jan-Jun 2005. p.57-76.

Sustainable agriculture;Poverty;Watershed development

8 J.N.K.V.V. Agro-Economic Research. Agricultural policy in


Madhya Pradesh : A policy matrix in a federal structure
Agricultural Situation in India,61(10),Jan 2005. p.711-729.

Agricultural policy;Madhya Pradesh;Policy

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matrix;Horticulture;Agricultural development;SWOT
analysis

9 Jahanmohan, K.R. et al. Growth performance of agriculture in


agro-climatic zones of Tamil Nadu. Agricultural Situation in
India,61(10),Jan 2005. p.679-686. Bibliog:p.686.

Agricultural growth;Agro-climatic zones;Tamil Nadu

10 Kanwar, Sunil. Relative profitability, supply shifters and


dynamic output response in a developing economy. Journal of
Policy Modeling,28(1),Jan 2006. p.67-88. Bibliog:p.87-88.

Wage goods;Price incentives;Supply shifters;Supply


response;Developing countries

11 Karmaker, K.G. New economic policy and Indian


agriculture-revisited. Financing Agriculture,38(1),Jan-Mar
2006. p.7-14.

Economic reforms;Agricultural investment;Agricultural


subsidy;TRIPs;Agricultural reforms

12 Menon, T.G.K. Indian agriculture : Challenges and


opportunities. Financing Agriculture,38(1),Jan-Mar 2006.
p.28-32.

13 Mujumdar, N.A. Centrality of agriculture to India's economic


development. Economic and Political Weekly,41(1),Jan 7,
2006. p.31-34.

Agricultural growth;Food security;Agricultural


employment;Water resources

14 Narayanamoorthy, A. State of India's farmers. Economic and


Political Weekly,41(6),Feb 11, 2006. p.471-473.
Bibliog:p.473.

Farmer households;Indebtedness;NSSO survey

15 Raju, K. Atchuta.;Dilip Babu, J.;Reddy, M. Sudershan.


Measurement of sustainability of agriculture in watershed
environment. National Bank News Review,21(2),Apr-Jun 2005.
p.32-38. Bibliog:p.38.

Watershed development;Sustainable agriculture

16 Ramaswamy, C.;Balasubramanian, R.;Sivakumar, S.D. Dynamics of


land use pattern with special reference to fallow lands : An
empirical investigation in Tamil Nadu. Indian Journal of
Agricultural Economics,60(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.629-643.
Bibliog:p.643.

Land use;Tamil Nadu;Empirical analysis

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17 Shalendra.;Tewari, S.K. Crop production planning for
sustainable agriculture in Western Uttar Pradesh through
lexicographic goal programming. Indian Journal of
Agricultural Economics,60(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.617-629.
Bibliog:p.629.

Sustainable agriculture;Uttar Pradesh;Lexicographic goal


programming

18 Sidhu, R.S.;Bhullar, A.S.;Joshi, A.S. Income, employment and


productivity growth in the farming sector of Punjab : Some
issues. Journal of Indian School of Political Economy,
17(1&2),Jan-Jun, 2005. p.59-72. Bibliog:p.72.

Agricultural income;Agricultural
productivity;Punjab;Agricultural employment;Agricultural
subsidy

19 Singh, Amarendra P.;Sharma, J.K. Management strategies for


promotion of agri-business. Journal of Rural Development,
24(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.445-458.

Agribusiness;Agricultural growth

20 Singh, Gajendra.;Bhogal, T.S. Food security situation in


Karnataka : An assessment. Southern Economist,44(21),Mar 1,
2006. p.17-22. Bibliog:p.22.

Food security;Foodgrains production;Karnataka

21 Sriram, T.V. Private-public partnership in farm sector : The


new era. PTI Economic Service,32(3),Feb 1, 2006. p.31-35.

Private public partnership;Contract farming

22 Tannan, S.K.;Tannan, Komal. Medicinal plant and product


exports : Potential untapped. Facts for You,26(6),Mar 2006.
p.21-25.

Medicinal plants

23 Vasudevachary, A.K. Indian agriculture in the new global


scenario. Southern Economist,44(17),Jan 1, 2006. p.7-9.
Bibliog:p.9.

Agricultural Investment;Capital Formation;Agricultural


Exports;Agricultural Employment

24 Verma, B.L.;Baghamar, Manju.;Saradana, Vijay. Emerging


non-tariff barriers in food trade. Southern Economist,44(17),
Jan 1, 2006. p.15-19. Bibliog:p.19.

Agricultural production;Foodgrains trade;Food


safety;Agricultural exports

25 Vijay, R. Peasant migration and lease market : An


investigation into a village. Artha Vijnana,46(3-4),Sep-Dec
2004. p.349-360. Bibliog:p358-360.

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Lease market;Peasant migration

26 Wader, L.K.;Koulagi, A.K. Constraints in agricultural


production to attain economic viability on small & marginal
farms : A study. Southern Economist,44(18),Jan 15, 2006.
p.21-22. Bibliog:p.22.

Small farmers;Marginal farms

Credit

27 Atibudhi, H.N. Flow of institutional credit to agriculture in


Orissa. Vision,25(3-4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.24-33.
Bibliog:p.33.

Institutional credit;Orissa;Credit deposit ratio;Regional


disparities

28 Desai, Bhupat M. Investment credit to agriculture. Economic


and Political Weekly,41(8),Feb 25, 2006. p.693-696.

Agricultural investment;Investment credit

29 Mohan, Rakesh. Agricultural credit in India : Status, issues


and future agenda. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar
18, 2006. p.1013-1023.

Agricultural credit;Regional distribution;Non-performing


assets;Agricultural production

30 Sundararaj, R.;Subbaiah, A. Agricultural credit by Pandyan


Grama Bank : An empirical study. Southern Economist,44(18),
Jan 15, 2006. p.17-18. Bibliog:p.18.

Rural banks;Case study

Dairying

31 Banerjee, Sikha. Dairy industry in post-WTO Era. Financing


Agriculture,38(1),Jan-Mar 2006. p.24-27.

WTO;Trade liberalisation;Milk production

32 Natchimuthu, K.;Ramkumar, S.;Rao, S.V.N. Constraints and


challenges of dairy development : Field evidence of
Pondicherry. Journal of Rural Development,24(4),Oct-Dec
2005. p.501-519. Bibliog:p.518-519.

Milk production;Fodder production;Pondicherry

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33 Thirunavukkarasu, D.;Sudeepkumar, N.K. Milk procurement
systems and services to the dairy farmers in the open economy
in India : A case study. Afro-Asian Journal of Rural
Development,38(1),Jan-Jun 2005. p.87-97.

Milk procurement;Dairy farmers

Farm Products

Coconut

34 Lathika, M.;Ajith Kumar, C.E. Growth trends in area,


production and productivity of coconut in India. Indian
Journal of Agricultural Economics,60(4),Oct-Dec 2005.
p.686-697. Bibliog:p.696-697.

Coconut production;Productivity

Cotton

35 Kranthi, K.R. et al. The present status and prospects of


bt-cotton in India. Financing Agriculture,37(1),Jan-Mar
2005. p.10-16.

Bt-Cotton;Biosafety

36 Ramanjaneyulu, G.V.;Kuruganti, Kavitha. Bt cotton in India :


Sustainable pest management. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.561-563.

Bt-cotton;Biosafety

37 Ramasundaram, P. et al. Contract farming in cotton. Financing


Agriculture,37(1),Jan-Mar 2005. p.49-53. Bibliog:p.53.

Contract farming;Futures market

38 Ramasundaram, P. et al. Cost of cultivation of cotton.


Financing Agriculture,37(1),Jan-Mar 2005. p.22-25.

Cost of cultivation

39 Ramasundaram, P. et al. Economics of cottonseed production.


Financing Agriculture,37(1),Jan-Mar 2005. p.26-28.

Cotton seed production

40 Ramasundaram, P.;Dhote, Sonali.;Singh, Phundan. Cotton


marketing in India. Financing Agriculture,37(1),Jan-Mar
2005. p.42-48. Bibliog:p.48.

Cotton marketing;Futures market;Cotton cooperatives

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Floriculture

41 Sarkar, Debnarayan.;Chkravorty, Sanjukta. Flower farming and


flower marketing in West Bengal : A study of efficiency and
profitability. Labour and Development,11(1),Jun 2005.
p.65-98. Bibliog:p.94-98.

Flower farming;Flower marketing;West Bengal;Economic


efficiency

Fruits and Vegetables

42 Singh, H.P. Augmentation of vegetables production for domestic


and export needs. Financing Agriculture,38(1),Jan-Mar 2006.
p.15-20.

Vegetable production;Vegetable exports

Groundnut

43 Satya Sundaram, I. Groundnuts : Boosting yields. Facts for


You,26(6),Mar 2006. p.18-20.

Groundnut production;Minimum support price

Onion

44 Pramod, Kumar. et al. Performance of oinion from India : A


temporal analysis. Foreign Trade Review,40(4),Jan-Mar 2006.
p.49-63. Bibliog:p.62.

Onion export

Potato

45 Barman, S.C.;Islam, Nazrul Mohd. Real adoption impact measure


of potato technologies on production at farmers' level in
Comilla distric, Bangladesh. Indian Journal of Agricultural
Economics,60(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.677-685. Bibliog:p.685.

Bangladesh;Potato production

Pulses and Oilseeds

46 Gandhi, G.P. Exports of pulses from India. Facts for You,


26(6),Mar 2006. p.26-30.

Pulses production;Pulses exports

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Rice

47 Pouchepparadjou, A.;Kumaravelu, P.;Achoth, Lalita. An


econometric analysis of green technology adoption in
irrigated rice in Pondicherry Union Territory. Indian
Journal of Agricultural Economics,60(4),Oct-Dec 2005.
p.660-676.

Econometric analysis;Irrigated area;Pondicherry;Rice


production

Sorghum

48 Rao, Dayakar.;Parwez, Shahid. Dynamics of cropping pattern in


Sorghum growing states of India. Indian Journal of
Agricultural Economics,60(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.644-659.

Cropping pattern;Markov probability model

Sugarcane

49 Sandeep Kumar.;Sidhu, R.S. A mathematical analysis of factors


affecting sugarcane production and area. Indian Journal of
Quantitative Economics,19(1-2),2004. p.127-138.
Bibliog:p.138.

Sugarcane production;Mathematical analysis

Wheat

50 Dutta, Ratnajyoti. Government to allow wheat import to boost


stocks. PTI Economic Service,32(4),Feb 15, 2006. p.38-42.

Wheat import;Wheat prices

51 Goyal, S.K.;Berg,Ernst. Estimating input demand and output


supply on wheat farms in Haryana state of India. Artha
Vijnana,46(3-4),Sep-Dec 2004. p.361-372. Bibliog:p.371-372.

Input demand;Agricultural commodities;Mathematical


model;Production function

Forestry

52 Agrawal, Arun.;Chatre, Ashwini. Explaining success on the


commons : Community forest governance in the Indian Himalaya.
World Development,34(1),Jan 2006. p.149-166.
Bibliog:p.164-166.

People's participation;Himalayan region;Local

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institutions;Gender;Environment;Resource
governance;Conservation

53 Alagh, Yoginder K. The economies of forestry in India.


Anvesak,35(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.1-16. Bibliog:p.16.

Forest area;Land use;Employment

54 Gulekar, Aparna. Lessons for Maharashtra : The battle on the


ecological front to regain the lost forest cover. Monthly
Economic Digest Maharashtra,35(4),Feb 2006. p.17-20.

Maharashtra;Forest area;Environment

55 Mustain Billah, A.H.M. Measuring the economic sustainability :


A case of forest extraction in Malaysia. Indian Journal of
Agricultural Economics,60(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.698-708.
Bibliog:p.708.

Malaysia;Forest extraction;Resource depletion;Economic


sustainability

Horticulture

56 Kshirsagar, G.K. Development of post harvest infrastructure


for horticultural crops in India : An appraisal of soft loan
schemes. Artha Vijnana,46(3-4),Sep-Dec 2004. p.223-348.
Bibliog:p.344-348.

Agricultural infrastructure;Horticultural crops;Soft loan


scheme;Cold storages;Food processing
industry;Transportation

Livestock

57 Rao, B. Dayakar.;Jyothi, S. Hyma.;Karthikeyan, K. Trade on


livestock products of India - An economic analysis.
Agricultural Situation in India,61(10),Jan 2005. p.703-710.
Bibliog:p.710.

Livestock trade;Livestock production

Plantation Crops

Coffee

58 Thimmarayappa, R. The coffee trends and prospects. Southern


Economist,44(21),Mar 1, 2006. p.27-29.

Coffee production

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Rubber

59 Satya Sundaram, I. Rubber : Steady progress. Facts for You,


26(5),Feb 2006. p.7-8.

Rubber production;Rubber consumption;Rubber prices;Rubber


import

BANKING

60 Acharya, Viral V. Liquidity risk : Causes, consequences and


implications for risk management. Economic and Political
Weekly,41(6),Feb 11, 2006. p.460-463. Bibliog:p.463.

Liquidity risk;Risk management;Finanical institutions

61 Basu, Udayan Kumar. Risk management and capital adequacy norms


for banks Foreign Trade Review,40(3),Oct-Dec 2005.
p.29-44. Bibliog:p.44.

Risk management;Capital adequecy norms;Value at risk

62 Chakravarti, Rajkesh.;Chawla, Gaurav. Bank efficiency in India


since the reforms : An assessment. ICRA Bulletin Money &
Finance,2(22-23),Jul-Dec 2005. p.31-48. Bibliog:p.48.

Banking sector reforms;Bank efficiency analysis;Data


envelopment analysis

63 Chandrakavate, M.S. The SHGs model of microfinance : A silent


movement towards empowering rural women. Southern Economist,
44(17),Jan 1, 2006. p.29-32. Bibliog:p.32.

Microfinance;Self-help groups;Women's empowerment

64 Chandrasekhar, C.P.;Pal, Parthapratim. Financial


liberalisation in India : An assessment of its nature and
outcomes. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.975-988. Bibliog:p.988.

Financial sector reforms;Foreign institutional


investors;Fiscal deficit;Exchange rate
management;Development banking

65 Dasgupta, R. An architectural plan for a microfinance


institutional network. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),
Mar 18, 2006. p.1095-1100. Bibliog:p.1100.

Microfinance;Architectural plans

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66 Dutta, S.K. Credit concentration : How to measure? Bank Quest,
76(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.37-39.

Credit concentration

67 EPW Research Foundation. Increasing concemtration of banking


operations : Top centres and retail loans. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006. p.1113-1139.

Retail banking;Regional rural banks;Regional


disparities;Banking statistics

68 Ghosh, D.N. Genesis of high finance : Case of medici bank.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.542-543.

Medici Bank;Italy;High finance

69 Ghosh, Saibal. Does leverage influence bank's non-performing


loans? Evidence from India. Applied Economic Letters,12(15),
Dec 15, 2005. p.913-918. Bibliog:p.918.

Non-performing assets;Corporate leverage

70 Ghosh, Saibal. Monetary policy and bank behaviour : Empirical


evidence from India. Economic and Political Weekly,41(10),
Mar 11, 2006. p.853-856. Bibliog:p.856.

Monetary policy;Empirical analysis

71 Giehler, Thorsten. Financing in rural areas : Microcredit at


its limits. Agriculture and Rural Development,13(1),2006.
p.34-36.

Microfinance

72 Haupt, Ulrike. Using microfinance to move out of poverty.


Agriculture and Rural Development,13(1),2006. p.26-29.

Microfinance;Poverty reduction

73 Jayadev, M. Internal credit rating practices of Indian banks.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.1069-1078. Bibliog:p.1078.

Credit rating;Corporate governance

74 Joshi, Himanshu. The interbank money market in India :


Evidence on volatility, effiancy of regulatory initiatives
and implicatios for interest rate targeting. Reserve Bank of
India Occasional Papers,25(1,2,3),2004. p.17-37.
Bibliog:p.37-38.

Call money market rate;Liquidity adjustment


facility;Conditional variance

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75 Kakker, Rajendra. NPA management : Role of asset
reconstruction companies. National Bank News Review,21(2),
Apr-Jun 2005. p.39-45.

Non-performing assets;Asset reconstruction

76 Kataria, Neela. Islamic banking. Chartered Financial Analyst,


12(1),Jan 2006. p.14-24.

Islamic banking

77 Khandelwal, A.K. Universal banking : Solution for India's


financial challenges. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),
Mar 18, 2006. p.969-974. Bibliog:p.974.

Universal banking;Regulatory challenges

78 Kukkudi, Jagannath B.;Deene, Shivkumar. Securitization : a


tool to avoid illiquidity. Southern Economist,44(19),Feb 1,
2006. p.17-20.

Securitization;Credit rating

79 Leeladhar, V. Indian banking - The challenges ahead. Reserve


Bank of India Bulletin,59(12),Dec 2005. p.1131-1136.

Competition;Technology;Corporate governance

80 Leeladhar, V. Indian banks and the global challenges. Reserve


Bank of India Bulletin,60(2),Feb 2006. p.233-237.

Corporate governance;Globalisation;International
accounting standards

81 Leeladhar, V. Taking banking services to the common


man-financial inclusion. Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,
60(1),Jan 2006. p.73-77.

Financial inclusion;Banking services

82 Mahakud, Jitendra.;Bhole, L.M. Bank as a source of finance :


Evidence from Indian corporate sector. Prajnan,34(3),Oct-Dec
2005. p.221-233. Bibliog:p.232-233.

Bank financing;Public limited companies;Corporate sector

83 Micro credit movement in India. The Asian Economic Review,


47(3),Dec 2005. p.516-518.

Microfinance

84 Mohan, Rakesh. Reforms, productivity and efficiency in banking


: The Indian experience. Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,
60(3),Mar 2006. p.279-293. Bibliog:p.293.

Banking productivity;Banking sector reforms;Interest


rate;Banking profitability

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85 Mohan, Rakesh. Some apparent puzzles for contemporary monetary
policy. Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,59(12),Dec 2005.
p.1109-1122.

Monetary policy;Economic growth;Interest rate;Exchange


rate;Prices

86 Nachane, D.M.;Ghosh, Saibal.;Ray, Partha. Basel II and bank


lending behaviour : Some likely implications for monetary
policy. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.1053-1058. Bibliog:p.1058.

Monetary policy;Basel Accord;Mathematical model

87 Rakshit, Mihir. Banking under the emerging economic


environment. ICRA Bulletin Money & Finance,2(22-23),Jul-Dec
2005. p.73-93.

Banking sector reforms;Risk management;Bank lending

88 Ramasastri, A.S.;Unnikrishnan, N.K. Is the role of banks as


financial intermediaries decreasing? A helicopter tour.
Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.1063-1068. Bibliog:p.1068.

Financial intermediation;Corporate finance;Corporate


sector;Financial structure

89 Rao, Dinkar. Human resource issues at regional rural banks.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.955-959. Bibliog:p.959.

Regional rural banks;Human resources;Wage structure

90 Rao, K.S. Ramachandra.;Das, Abhiman.;Singh, Arvind Kumar.


Commercial bank lending to small-scale industry. Economic
and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006. p.1025-1033.
Bibliog:p.1033.

Bank credit;Small scale industry;Econometric analysis

91 Reddy, A. Amarender. Banking sector deregulation and


productivity change decomposition of Indian banks. Finance
India,19(3),Sep 2005. p.983-1001. Bibliog:p.997-998.

Banking sector reforms;Factor productivity;Mathematical


model

92 Reddy, A. Amarender. Productivity growth in regional rural


banks. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.1079-1086. Bibliog:p.1086.

Banking productivity;Regional rural banks;Public sector


banks

93 Reserve Bank of India. International banking statistics of


India : June 2005. Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,60(2),Feb
2006. p.179-199.

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International banking statistics

94 Reserve Bank of India. Monthly seasonal factors of economic


time series. Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,59(12),Dec 2005.
p.1067-1087.

Seasonal factors;price indices;Industrial


production;Trade

95 Roy, Mohua. A review of bank lending to priority and retail


sectors. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.1035-1040. Bibliog:p.1040.

Priority sector lending;Retail banking;Credit growth

96 Saggar, Mridul. Monetary policy and operations in countries


with surplus liquidity. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),
Mar 18, 2006. p.1041-1052. Bibliog:p.1052.

Monetary policy;Liquidity;Foreign investment;Pakistan;Russia

97 Sant, Atul K. Credit cards : Emerging trends and prospects.


Bank Quest,76(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.27-29.

Credit cards

98 Sathye, Milind. Privatization, performance, and efficiency : A


study of Indian banks. Vikalpa,30(1),Jan-Mar 2005. p.7-16.
Bibliog:p.15-16.

Bank privatization;Indian banking;Banking performance

99 Shanbhag, A.N. Interest rate policy - Robbing David to pay


Goliath. Monthly Economic Digest Maharashtra,35(3),Jan 2006.
p.21-22.

Interest rate

100 Sharma, Meena. Problem of NPAs and its impact on strategic


banking variables. Finance India,19(3),Sep 2005. p.953-963.
Bibliog:p.966-967.

Strategic banking variables;Non-performing assets;Banking


profitability

101 Sisodia, N.S. et al. Rural finance in contemporary times :


Interface with microfinance. Vikalpa,30(3),Apr-Jun 2005.
p.81-112.

Microfinance;Financial services;Self-help groups

102 Sriram, M.S. Information asymmetry and trust : A framework for


studying microfinance in India. Vikalpa,30(4),Oct-Dec 2005.
p.77-85.

Microfinance;Information asymmetry;Transaction

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cost;Financial services;Intermediation

103 Thorat, Usha. Financial inclusion and millennium development


goals. Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,60(2),Feb 2006.
p.239-243.

Milleniam Development Goals;Self-help groups

104 Vasam, Anand Kumar. Trend in net NP as in banking industry


1996-2005. Southern Economist,44(19),Feb 1, 2006. p.13-16.
Bibliog:p.16.

Non-performing assets

105 Viswanathan, A. An independent federal RBI : Agathopian dream?


Economic and Political Weekly,41(2),Jan 14, 2006. p.166-167.

Independent bank;Reserve Bank of India

Credit

106 Gupta, Krishna K. Evolution of cooperative credit institutions


in India : A viewpoint. National Bank News Review,21(2),
Apr-Jun 2005. p.1-8.

Cooperative credit;Agricultural credit societies

107 Sarkar, Debnarayan. Targeting the poor, increase in income and


social implication under SHG-led microcredit programme in
West Bengal. The Asian Economic Review,47(3),Dec 2005.
p.421-434. Bibliog:p.433-434.

Microcredit;Self-help groups;West Bengal;Poverty


reduction

108 Sriram, M.S. Reviving cooperative credit institutions :


Implementation issues. Economic and Political Weekly,41(4),
Jan 28, 2006. p.298-300.

Credit, rural;Co-operatives;Agricultural Credit

BUDGET
109 Arun Kumar. Will it help growth? Yojana,50(3),Mar 2006.
p.18-22.

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110 Bhattacharjee, Subhomoy. Striking a middle path. Yojana,50(3),
Mar 2006. p.14-17.

111 Chakraborty, Shouvik. Three budgets of UPA government : Where


is the human face? Mainstream,44(13),Mar 18, 2006. p.7-13.

Employment;Agriculture;Education;Foreign
investment;Fiscal deficit;Taxation

112 D'Souza, Errol. Budget 2006 : Outlays, inequality and growth.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(10),Mar 11, 2006.
p.857-861. Bibliog:p.861.

Fiscal deficit;Capital expenditure

113 Homage to deficit reduction (Editorial). Economic and


Political Weekly,41(9),Mar 4, 2006. p.767.

Deficit reduction

114 Kapoor, Ravi Shankar. Time to scrutinize welfare state.


Yojana,50(3),Mar 2006. p.26-28.

Welfare schemes

115 Mitra, Amit. Some reflections. Yojana,50(3),Mar 2006.


p.5-11.

116 Palit, Amitendu. The external sector. Yojana,50(3),Mar 2006.


p.38-40.

117 Rao, C.H. Hanumantha. Agriculture in union budget 2006-07.


Mainstream,44(13),Mar 18, 2006. p.5-6.

Agricultural research;Irrigation;Agricultural
credit;Agricultural subsidy

118 Singh, Nagesh. Rural development. Yojana,50(3),Mar 2006.


p.29-34.

Rural development

119 Sud, Surinder. Budget and agriculture. Yojana,50(3),Mar 2006.


p.23-25.

Agriculture

120 Sudhaman, K.R. Tax reforms. Yojana,50(3),Mar 2006. p.35-37.

Tax reforms

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CHILD DEVELOPMENT

121 Gragnolati, Michele. et al. ICDS and persistent undernutrition


: Strategies to enhance the impact. Economic and Political
Weekly,41(12),Mar 25, 2006. p.1193-1201. Bibliog:p.1201.

Integrated child development scheme;Undernutrition;Community


participation;Decentralisation

122 Kulkarni, Manu N. Child survival programmes revisited.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(1),Jan 7, 2006. p.28-30.

UNICEF;Child survival;Immunisation

CO-OPERATION

123 Bhole, L.M. The role of co-operatives in socio-economic


development in India : A review. IASSI Quarterly,23(3),
Jan-Mar 2005. p.107-126. Bibliog:p.124-126.

Economic development;Cooperative movement

124 Calara, Maria Socorro. Benchmarking the effeciency of small,


medium, and large sclae bulacan cooperatives. Indian Journal
of Quantitative Economics,19(1-2),2004. p.9-27.
Bibliog:p.27.

Philippines;Co-operation movement

CORPORATE SECTOR

125 Balasubramaniam, C.S.;Pradhan, Rudra Prakash. Corporate


governance and its role in banking sector. Finance India,
19(4),Dec 2005. p.1393-1404. Bibliog:p.1403-1404.

Corporate governance;Banking sector

126 Chojer, Ruchi. The market for corporate control. SEBI


Bulletin,3(12),Dec 2005. p.5-16.

Corporate control;Ownership pattern;Mergers and


acquisitions;Corporate takeovers

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127 Finances of large public companies : 2004-05. Reserve Bank of
India Bulletin,60(3),Mar 2006. p.249-278.

Financial ratios

128 Irani, J.J.;Raha, Subir.;Prabhu, Suresh. Corporate governance


: Three views. Vikalpa,30(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.1-10.

Corporate governance;Values;Business ethics;Corporate


social responsibility;Bureaucracy;Corporate mangement

129 Performance of private corporate business sector during the


first half of 2005-06. Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,60(1),
Jan 2006. p.1-11.

Private corporate sector;Profitability


ratio;Non-government finance companies

130 Reddy, Y.V. Corporate governance in banks in India. Reserve


Bank of India Bulletin,60(1),Jan 2006. p.61-64.

Corporate governance

CORRUPTION

131 Andvig, Jens Chr. Corruption and past change. World


Development,34(2),Feb 2006. p.328-340. Bibliog:p.340.

Social changes;Transitional economies

132 Bardhan, Pranab. The economist's approach to the problem of


corruption. World Development,34(2),Feb 2006. p.341-348.
Bibliog:p.347-348.

Equilibria;Costs;Methodology

133 Gill, Rajesh. Corruption in goveranance : Is there a way out?


Prashasnika,32(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.75-83. Bibliog:p.82-83.

Governance

134 Miller, Willam L. Corruption and corruptibility. World


Development,34(2),Feb 2006. p.371-380. Bibliog:p.380.

Values;Empirical analysis;Bahaviour

135 Mishra, Ajit. Persistence of corruption : Some theoretical


perspectives. World Development,34(2),Feb 2006. p.349-358.

Persistence;Incentives;Equilibria

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DEMOGRAPHY

136 Mandal, Ram Krishna. Trend and growth of population in


Arunachal Pradesh. Southern Economist,44(18),Jan 15, 2006.
p.26-30. Bibliog:p.30.

Arunachal Pradesh;Population growth

137 Visaria, Leela.;Acharya, Akash.;Raj, Francis. Two-child norm :


Victimising the vulnerable? Economic and Political Weekly,
41(1),Jan 7, 2006. p.41-48. Bibliog:p.48.

Two child norm;Human rights;Panchayati Raj


Institutions;Politics

Migration

138 AHN, Pong-Sul. Prospects and challenges of out-migration from


South Asia and its neighbouring countries. Labour and
Development,11(1),Jun 2005. p.1-33. Bibliog:p.31-33.

South Asia;Out migration;Occupational category;Economic


impact;Foreign remittance;Household economy

DISASTER MANAGEMENT

139 Akhtar, Aasim Sajjad. Making of a disaster. Economic and


Political Weekly,41(6),Feb 11, 2006. p.479-480.

Natural disaster

ECONOMETRICS

140 Agarwal, Aman.;Penm, J.H.W.;Terrell, Deane. VECMX forgetting


factor modelling for improving the understanding of aluminium
market behaviour. Finance India,19(3),Sep 2005. p.859-869.
Bibliog:p.868-869.

Economic forecasting;Aluminium industry;VECMX


forgetting;Factor Modelling

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141 Narayana, N.S.S.;Ghosh, Probal P. Macro economic simulation
results for India based on VECVAR models. Indian Journal of
Agricultural Economics,60(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.577-616.
Bibliog:p.615-616.

VAR model;Macroeconomic simulation;Agricultural


investment

ECONOMICS

142 Chaubey, P.K. Teaching of economics in India : challenges for


orienting the praxiology. IASSI Quarterly,23(3),Jan-Mar
2005. p.27-69. Bibliog:p.66-69.

Economics teaching

143 Correa, Romar. Stock-flow norms and systemic stability.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.1059-1062. Bibliog:p.1062.

Stock flow;Economic stability

144 Liew, Khim-Sen Venus. New evidence on the output-inflation


trade-off from ASEAN-5 economies. The ICFAI Journal of
Applied Economics,5(2),Mar 2006. p.16-25. Bibliog:p.25.

Asean;Inflation;Output-inflation;Trade off

145 Tandon, Rameshwar. Tribute : Hans Singer (1910-2006) : Doyen


of development economics. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(12),Mar 25, 2006. p.1176-1178.

Development economics;Hans Singer

ECONOMY
146 Bezborah, Pranjal. Knowledge economy and India. Yojana,50(2),
Feb 2006. p.11-13.

Knowledge economy

147 Bhushan, Sudhanshu. Knowledge economy and higher education.


The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005.
p.869-880. Bibliog:p.879-880.

Knowledge economy;Higher education

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148 Chakravarty, P.K. Posied for growth. Yojana,50(3),Mar 2006.
p.51-54.

149 Chandrasekhar, C.P. Who needs a "Knowledge Economy" :


Information, knowledge and flexible labour. Social Scientist,
34(1-2),Jan-Feb 2006. p.70-87. Bibliog:p.86-87.

Knowledge economy;Information technology;R&D


expenditure;Labour force

150 Chang, Ha-Joon. Policy space in historical perspective with


special reference to trade and industrial policies. Economic
and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.627-633.
Bibliog:p.633.

Trade policy;Industrial policy;Policy space

151 Economic assessment and outlook. ICRA Bulletin Money & Finance,
2(22-23),Jul-Dec 2005. p.1-30.

World economy;Economic growth;Trade;Prices;Government


finances

152 Global and Indian economic scenario 2005. The Asian Economic
Review,47(3),Dec 2005. p.339-342.

World economy;Economic growth

153 Guruswamy, Mohan.;Mohanty, Jeevan Prakash.;Abraham, Ronald


Joseph. Will India catch-up with China? Seminar,557,Jan
2006. p.69-74.

India-China comparison;Social indicators;Economic


indicators

154 Huang, Yasheng. The microeconomic rise of India. Far Eastern


Economic Review,169(2),Mar 2006. p.31-33.

India-China comparison;Economic growth

155 Kar, Saibal.;Guha-Khasnobis, Basudeb. Economic reform, skill


formation and foreign capital. The World Economy,29(1),Jan
2006. p.79-94. Bibliog:p.92-94.

Economic reforms;Skill upgradation;Foreign


investment;Mathematical model

156 Kujur, Rajat Kumar. Underdevelopment and naxal movement.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.557-559.

Under development;Naxal
movement;Displacement;Socio-economic aspects

157 Mallick, M.;Lenka, J. Globalisation and development :


Disaggregate dynamics. Southern Economist,44(18),Jan 15,
2006. p.12-14. Bibliog:p.14.

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Globalisation;Trade

158 Mohanty, S.K.;Chaturvedi, Sachin. Rising tiger and leaping


dragon : Emerging global dynamics and space for developing
countries and least developed countries. IDS Bulletin,37(1),
Jan 2006. p.62-70. Bibliog:p.70.

India-China trade;Developing countries;Market


access;Technology transfer

159 Murty, G.R.K. 'Job reservations' in a globalized economy :


Challenges and inadequacies. The ICFAI Journal of Applied
Economics,5(2),Mar 2006. p.47-61. Bibliog:p.60-61.

Globalisation;Job reservation;Reservation policy

160 Ninan, T.N. Big growth, bigger debates. Seminar,557,Jan 2006.


p.24-29.

GDP growth;Investment

161 Reddy, Y.V. Implication of global financial imbalances for the


emerging market economies. Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,
59(12),Dec 2005. p.1101-1107.

Global finance;Emerging market economies;Banking sector

162 Restall, Hugo. India's coming eclipse of China. Far Eastern


Economic Review,169(2),Mar 2006. p.12-17.

Foreign investment;India-China comparison

163 Rudolph, Matthew C.J. Dragon as exemplar? Beware convenient


uses of China model. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb
18, 2006. p.655-659.

China;Foreign investment

164 Sharma, R. An Indian perspective. Yojana,50(2),Feb 2006.


p.21-26.

Knowledge economy;Intellectual property


rights;Patents;Knowledge management

165 Singh, Balwant. A forecasting and policy simulation oriented


small macro-model for the Indian economy. Journal of Policy
Modeling,27(9),Dec 2005. p.1025-1049. Bibliog:p.1049.

Macro model;Error-correction mechanism;Policy


simulations;Time varying parameters;Economic forecasting

166 Singh, Surjit. India and the knowledge economy : Overview and
global context. The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),
Oct-Dec 2005. p.803-820. Bibliog:p.819-820.

Knowledge economy;Globalisation;Information
technology;Knowledge process outsourcing

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167 Think innovation, think India. Yojana,50(2),Feb 2006.
p.27-35.

Knowledge management;R&D investment;S&T


manpower;Industrial clusters

168 Varshney, Ashutosh. A new triangle : India, China and the US.
Seminar,557,Jan 2006. P.65-68.

Economic indicators;India-China comparison

Co-operation

169 SAARC - The Dhaka declaration. The Asian Economic Review,47(3),


Dec 2005. p.343-347.

SAARC declaration

Development

170 Chitlangi, B.M. UN millennium development goals and


decentralization. Prashasnika,32(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.69-74.

Millennium Development Goals;Decentralisation

Growth

171 Dasgupta, Sukti.;Singh, Ajit. Will services be the new engine


of Indian economic growth? Development and Change,36(6),Nov
2005. p.1035-1057. Bibliog:p.1056-1057.

Services growth;Manufacturing sector;Informal


sector;Blance of payments;Employment

172 Shome, Parathasarathi. At the threshold of 10 percent economic


growth? Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.943-947.

Savings;Investment;Sectoral GDP growth;Institutional


reforms

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States

Bihar

173 Wilson, Kalpana. Who are the 'community'? The World Bank and
agrarian power in Bihar. Economic and Political Weekly,41(1),
Jan 7, 2006. p.23-27. Bibliog:p.27.

Agrarian structure;Governance;World Bank


programmes;Agricultual workers

Gujarat

174 Bharwada, Charul.;Mahajan, Vinay. Gujarat : Quiet transfer of


commons. Economic and Political Weekly,41(4),Jan 28, 2006.
p.313-315. Bibliog:p.315.

Wastelands transfor;Corporate sector;Livelihood

Kerala

175 Subrahmanian, K.K. Economic growth in the regime of reforms :


Kerala's experience. Economic and Political Weekly,41(10),
Mar 11, 2006. p.885-890.

Economic reforms;Structural reforms;Growth rate;GDP


growth

Madhya Pradesh

176 Banerjee, Rahul. Madhya Pradesh : Socio-economic base of


political dynamics. Economic and Political Weekly,41(1),Jan
7, 2006. p.78-79.

Politics

West Bengal

177 Sarkar, Abhirup. Political economy of West Bengal : A puzzle


and a hypothesis. Economic and Political Weekly,41(4),Jan
28, 2006. p.341-348. Bibliog:p.348.

Economic development;Political economy;Agricultural


growth;Industrial growth;Redistribution

World

178 The global economic environment and the Indian financial


market. ICRA Bulletin Money & Finance,2(22-23),Jul-Dec 2005.
p.132-165.

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Financial market;World economic development;Debt
market;Capital market

Brazil

179 Carcanholo, Marcelo Dias. Orthodox economic policies of the


Lula administration. Economic and Political Weekly,41(8),Feb
25, 2006. p.679-681.

Economic policy;Economic growth

180 David, Maria Betriz de Albuquerque.;Rollo, Paula de Andrade.


Rural sector under the Lula government. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(8),Feb 25, 2006. p.683-685.

Rural areas;Exports;Land reforms;Agricultural growth

181 Palma, Gabriel. The 1999 Brazilian financial crisis :


'Macho-monetarism' in action. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(8),Feb 25, 2006. p.727-737. Bibliog:p.737.

Financial crises;Monetarism;Economic reforms

182 Viswanathan, R. Brazil's External policy. Economic and


Political Weekly,41(8),Feb 25, 2006. p.685-686.

Trade policy;Free trade agreement;WTO

China

183 Bhargava, Pradeep. Looking at China : emerging corporate


compulsions. Vikalpa,30(3),Apr-Jun 2005. p.65-70.

Economic growth;China;Entrepreneurship;Information
technology;Infrastructure

184 Srivastava, R.K. China's economic performance : Lessons for


India. Southern Economist,44(19),Feb 1, 2006. p.23-26.
Bibliog:p.26.

India-China comparison;Infrastructure;Labour reforms

EDUCATION

185 Annapoorani, R.;Rani, P. Jansi. Determination of demand for


female education. The Asian Economic Review,47(3),Dec 2005.
p.379-390.

Female literacy

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186 Ghosh, Sudeshna. Education to empowerment : The voids and the
bridges. The Asian Economic Review,47(3),Dec 2005.
p.367-378. Bibliog:p.375.

Empowerment;Empowerment index;Female literacy

187 Jain, Maina. Universal elementary education for the poor : The
Indian experience for backward HRD linkage. Prashasnika,
32(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.45-55. Bibliog:p.55.

Primary education;ICDS programme;Elementary education

188 Kohli, Anju.;Samra, Alka.;Samra, Anju. Gender educational


development index and its impact on women status. The Asian
Economic Review,47(3),Dec 2005. p.391-402. Bibliog:p.400.

Women's empowerment;Gender development index

189 Kothari, Rajesh. Subsidizing higher education in India : At


what cost. Prashasnika,32(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.56-68.

Higher education;Education subsidy

190 Kukherjee, Dipa. Educational attainment in India : Trends,


patterns and policy issues. Journal of Educational Planning
and Administration,19(4),Oct 2005. p.523-541.
Bibliog:p.541.

Literacy trends;Enrollment ratio;Dropout rates

191 Majumdar, Manabi. Primary education : Debating quality and


quantity. Economic and Political Weekly,41(9),Mar 4, 2006.
p.785-788.

Primary education;Local initiatives;Quality of education

192 Narayanana, M.R. Public education expenditure in Karnataka :


Alternative databases and empirical evidences. Journal of
Educational Planning and Administration,19(4),Oct 2005.
p.511-522. Bibliog:p.421-522.

Education expenditure;Karnataka

193 Ramachandran, Vimala. Urban schooling : Mired in apathy and


prejudice. Economic and Political Weekly,41(5),Feb 4, 2006.
p.383-384.

Elementary education;Urban areas

194 Rao, D. Pulla. Status of primary education among scheduled


tribes in Andhra Pradesh. IASSI Quarterly,23(2),Oct-Dec
2004. p.97-112. Bibliog:p.112.

Primary education;Scheduled tribes;Andhra


Pradesh;Enrollment rate

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195 Rout, Sarit Kumar. Finaning elementary education : An analysis
of Orissa budget - 1977-78 to 2004-2005. Vision,25(3-4),
Oct-Dec 2005. p.34-43. Bibliog:p.43.

Elementary education;Education financing;Orissa

196 Tilak, Jandhyala B.G. Autonomy in higher education in India :


Old wine fails to attract a review of growth, problems and
prospects of autonomous colleges. IASSI Quarterly,23(2),
Oct-Dec 2004. p.129-157. Bibliog:p.156-157.

Higher education;Autonomous colleges

197 Tilak, Jandhyala B.G. On allocating 6 per cent of GDP to


education. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006.
p.613-618. Bibliog:p.618.

Education expenditure;Plan allocation

ENERGY

198 Gulekar, Aparna. Non-conventional energy - The hope for


future. Monthly Economic Digest Maharashtra,35(3),Jan 2006.
p.5-11.

Non-conventional energy sources;Biomass;Wind energy;Ocean


energy;Solar energy

199 Jayaraman, T. Indo-US nuclear accord : Implications for peace


and security in South Asia. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(12),Mar 25, 2006. p.1167-1169.

Indo-US nuclear accord;Energy security

200 Pandey, Rahul. How can India achieve energy security?


Economic and Political Weekly,41(4),Jan 28, 2006. p.303-306.
Bibliog:p.306.

Energy security;Renewable energy sources

Power

201 Das, Bikash Chandra. Reviewing the performance of Orissa power


sector : Before and after reforms. Vision,25(3-4),Oct-Dec
2005. p.109-117.

Power sector reforms;Orissa

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202 Dash, Bikash Chandra. Governance of power sector : Orissa's
experiment with village electricity committees. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(3),Jan 21, 2006. p.195-197.

Power sector reforms;Orissa;Village electricity


committees

203 Kaul, Ajay. India-US clinch nuclear deal. PTI Economic


Service,32(6),Mar 15, 2006. p.30-33.

Indo-US nuclear accord;Nuclear energy

204 Mathrani, Sunil. China's power sector : Shortages complicate


reforms. Economic and Political Weekly,41(3),Jan 21, 2006.
p.193-195.

China;Power sector reforms

205 Power sector : Surging ahead for brighter. Fortune India,


24(10),Mar 31, 2006. p.20-25.

Power generation;Installed capacity

206 Upadhyaya, Sumit. Power reforms fail to gather momentum in


2005. PTI Economic Service,32(1),Jan 1, 2006. p.23-26.

Power sector reforms

Sources

207 Pant, Devendra Kumar.;Jaiswal, Rajesh.;Shekhar, Shishir.


Household kerosene consumption patterns. Margin,38(1),
Oct-Dec 2005. p.41-58. Bibliog:p.58.

Kerosene consumption;Household consumption;Subsidy;Public


distribution system;Demand for kerosene

Nuclear

208 Bhardwaj, Anshu.;Tongia, Rahul.;Arunachalam, V.S. Whither


nuclear power? Economic and Political Weekly,41(12),Mar 25,
2006. p.1203-1212. Bibliog:p.1211-1212.

Nuclear energy;Coal;Natural gas;Power requirement;Wind


energy;Biomass;R&D

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP

209 Chhikara, M.S.;Sahey, A. New vistas in entrepreneurship


development. Anvesak,35(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.85-105.
Bibliog:p.93-94.

Entrepreneurship development;Social aspects

ENVIRONMENT

210 Clarke, Matthew. The climate change and development nexus.


The ICFAI Journal of Environmental Economics,4(1),Feb 2006.
p.21-37. Bibliog:p.36-37.

Climate change;Developing countries;Energy consumption

211 Kaur, Inder Pal.;Sharma, Shveta. Environment and population


growth in India : An analysis. Anvesak,35(2),Jul-Dec 2005.
p.55-63.

Economic growth;Population growth

212 Menon, Ajit. Environmental policy, legislation and


construction of social nature. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(3),Jan 21, 2006. p.188-193.

Environmental policy;Community rights;Forest rights bill

213 Ramanjaneyulu, M. Environmental threat for developing


economies. The ICFAI Journal of Environmental Economics,4(1),
Feb 2006. p.7-20. Bibliog:p.20.

Environmental degradation;Developing countries;Energy


consumption;Air pollution

214 Von Mdeazza, Gregor Meerganz. Desalination in Chennai : What


about the poor and the environment? Economic and Political
Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006. p.949-952.

Desalination;Dirinking water;Environmental impact

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

215 Beegam, S.Resia. Private sector mutual funds gaining


prominance in India. Southern Economist,44(18),Jan 15, 2006.
p.23-25. Bibliog:p.25.

Mutual funds

216 Rao, K.Chandra Sekhara.;Radha Krishnan, S. Does Indian mutual


funds industry pose a revolutionary shift? Facts for You,
26(4),Jan 2006. p.25-33.

Mutual funds

Financial Market

217 Ahmad, Khan Masood.;Ashraf, Shahid.;Ahmed, Shahid. Testing


weak form efficiency for Indian stock markets. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(1),Jan 7, 2006. p.49-56. Bibliog:p.56.

Stock market;Stock indices;Unit Root Test;Empirical


analysis

218 Bahng, Joshua S. The response of the Indian stock market to


movement of Asia's emerging markets ; From isolation toward
integrtion? Finance India,19(3),Sep 2005. p.937-951.
Bibliog:p.951.

Stock market integration;Asian stock markets;VAR model

219 Basu, Santonu. Structural problems in financing development :


Issues relating to India. International Review of Applied
Economics,20(1),Jan 2006. p.85-101. Bibliog:p.99-101.

Financial sector reforms;Credit standard;Economic


development

220 Chakraborty, Madhumita. Market efficiency for the Pakistan


stock market : Evidence from the Karachi stock exchange.
South Asia Economic Journal,7(1),Jan-Jun 2006. p.67-81.
Bibliog:p.80-81.

Efficient market hypothesis;Random walk hypothesis;ARIMA


model;Variance ratio test;Pakistan;Stock market

221 Dash, Ranjan Kumar.;Sumanjeet. Impact of stock market reforms


on liquidity : Evidence from Bombay stock exchange. Journal
of Indian School of Political Economy,17(1&2),Jan-Jun, 2005.
p.45-58. Bibliog:p.56-57.

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Stock market reforms;Bombay stock exchange;Liquidity

222 Dhankar, R.S. Dependences in stock markets of South Asia :


India, Sri LAnka and Pakistan. Prajnan,34(3),Oct-Dec 2005.
p.205-220. Bibliog:p.218-220.

Stock market;South Asia;Variance Ratio Test

223 Ghosh, Saurabh. Boom and slump periods in the Indian IOP
market. Reserve Bank of India Occasional Papers,25(1,2,3),
2004. p.39-56. Bibliog:p.56.

Under pricing;Initital public offering;Capital market

224 Karmaker, Madhusudan. Modeling conditional volatility of the


Indian stock markets. Vikalpa,30(3),Jul-Sep 2005. p.21-37.
Bibliog:p.36-37.

Hetroskedastivity;Clustering;Leverage effect;GARCH model

225 Nath, Golaka C. Liquidity cost in Indian government securities


market. Rakshitra,Jan 2006. p.5-16.

Liquidity cost;Capital market;Government securities

226 Pandey, Ajay. Volatility models and their performance in


Indian capital markets. Vikalpa,30(3),Apr-Jun 2005.
p.11-25.

Volatility estimation;Forecasting;Volatility models

227 Patil, R.H. Current state of the Indian capital market.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.1001-1011.

Capital market;Stock market;Futures market

228 Roy, Siddhartha. India's experiment with new settlement system


for its domestic foreign exchange market. Rakshitra,Feb
2006. p.5-14.

Inter-bank trade settlement;Settlement system

GEOGRAPHY

229 Sunny, Yemuna. Analysing current practices in geography


education. Economic and Political Weekly,41(3),Jan 21, 2006.
p.270-278. Bibliog:p.277-278.

Geography education

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GOVERNANCE

230 Hari Ram. Neither public-private nor a private public.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(4),Jan 28, 2006. p.366-367.

Bangalore Agenda Task Force;Private public partnership

231 Porattoor, Philip Varughese. E-governance problems and


prospects. Southern Economist,44(19),Feb 1, 2006. p.27-30.
Bibliog:p.30.

E-governance

HEALTH AND NUTRITION

232 Kumar, S.;Bhawani, L. Managing child malnutrition in a drought


affected district of Rajasthan - A case study. Indian
Journal of Public Health,49(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.198-206.

Malnutrition;Drought affected areas

233 Mehrotra, Santosh. Child malnutrition and gender


discrimination in South Asia. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(10),Mar 11, 2006. p.912-918. Bibliog:p.918.

Malnutrition;Child nutrition;South Asia;Sanitation

234 Ray, C.K. Action for tackling malnutrition : Growth monitoring


or surveillance? Indian Journal of Public Health,49(4),
Oct-Dec 2005. p.214-217. Bibliog:p.217.

Malnutrition;Growth monitoring

235 Viswanathan, Brinda. Access to nutritious meal programmes :


Evidence from 1999-2000 NSS data. Economic and Political
Weekly,41(6),Feb 11, 2006. p.497-506. Bibliog:p.506.

Access to nutrition;Child nutrition;Mid-day meal


scheme;Educational attainment

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HEALTH CARE

236 Bhat, Ramesh.;Jain, Nishant. Analysis of public and private


health care expenditures. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(1),Jan 7, 2006. p.57-68. Bibliog:p.67-68.

Health care expenditure;Private sector;Public sector


enterprises;Unit Root Test

237 Bhatia, M.R. et al. Demand side financing for reproductive and
child health services in India. Economic and Political
Weekly,41(3),Jan 21, 2006. p.279-284. Bibliog:p.284.

Reproductive health;Health care financing;Demand side


financing;Supply side financing

238 Gopinathreddy, M.;Jayalakshmi, K.;Goetz, Anne-Marie. Politics


of pro-poor reform in the health sector : Primary healthcare
in tribal areas of Visakhapatnam. Economic and Political
Weekly,41(5),Feb 4, 2006. p.419-426. Bibliog:p.426.

Tribal areas;Andhra Pradesh;Primary health centres;Family


planning;Health sector reforms

239 Meguire, James W. Basic health care provision and under 5


mortality : A cross-national study of developing countries.
World Development,34(3),Mar 2006. p.405-425.
Bibliog:p.422-425.

Mortality;Health care expenditure;Developing


countries;Cross-national study

240 Mishra, Satyabrata.;Pattnaik, Satyanarayana. Gender dimensions


of HIVAIDS. Kurukshetra,54(4),Feb 2006. p.30-34.
Bibliog:p.34.

HIVAIDS;Women;Women's empowerment

241 Moodie, Rob.;Rathun, Kate. Partnerships for promoting health :


How to Tango. Health for the Millions,31(4&5),Nov-Dec 2005.
p.24-27. Bibliog:p.27.

Private public partnership

242 Reddy, K.Srinath. Public health needs healthy public policy.


Health for the Millions,31(4&5),Nov-Dec 2005. p.21-23.

Public health;Public policy

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HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS

243 Holvoet, Nathalie. Credit and women's group membership in


South India : Testing models of intrahousehold allocative
behaviour. Feminist Economics,11(3),Nov 2005. p.27-62.
Bibliog:p.57-60.

Intrahousehold allocation;Health;Credit;Gender

HUMAN RESOURCES

244 Chatterjee, Shoutir Kishore. Measurement of human development


: An alternative approach. Journal of Human Development,6(1),
Mar 2005. p.31-53.

Human development measurement;Quality of life;Human


development index;Distribution

245 Dhillon, Sharanjit S.;Kaur, Jaspreet. Human development : An


inter-state analysis. Indian Journal of Quantitative
Economics,19(1-2),2004. p.111-125. Bibliog:p.125.

Human development;Inter-state analysis

246 Foster, James E.;Lopez-Calva, Luis F.;Szekely, Miguel.


Measuring the distribution of human development : Methodology
and an application to Mexico. Journal of Human Development,
6(1),Mar 2005. p.5-29.

Human development measurement;Mexico;Inequality

247 Mitra, P.K. Human capital formation in the 2Ist century :


Towards a new paradigm. PNB Monthly Review,28(2),Feb 2006.
p.3-11.

Human capital;Banking

248 Mohan, Rakesh. Human development and state finances. Reserve


Bank of India Bulletin,59(12),Dec 2005. p.1123-1129.

Human development index;State government finances;Social


sector expenditure

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INCOME DISTRIBUTION

249 Heshmati, Almas. Continental and subcontinental income


inequality. The ICFAI Journal of Applied Economics,5(1),Jan
2006. p.7-52. Bibliog:p.47-52.

Income inequality;Inter-regional income inequality

250 Reddy, A. Amarender.;Kumar, Praduman. Occupational choice and


income distribution of households in rural Andhra Pradesh.
The ICFAI Journal of Applied Economics,5(1),Jan 2006.
p.98-109. Bibliog:p.108-109.

Andhra Pradesh;Occupational distribution;Households

INDUSTRY

251 Ahmed, Shahid.;Mathur, Somesh K. Industrial sector growth


accounting of some Indian states and union territories : A
data envelopment analysis. Foreign Trade Review,40(4),
Jan-Mar 2006. p.25-48. Bibliog:p.47-48.

Data envelopment analysis;Industrial growth

252 Chakrabarti, Manali.;Chatterjee, Biswajit. Business conduct in


late colonial India : European business in Kanpur 1900-1939.
Economic and Political Weekly,41(10),Mar 11, 2006.
p.904-911. Bibliog:p.911.

Colonial India;Kanpur;Economic history;European business


community

253 Kataria, Parveen. Ethical issues and dilemmas in business


organizations. Prajnan,34(3),Oct-Dec 2005. p.245-253.
Bibliog:p.253.

Ethical issues;Business ethics

254 Radhamma, S. Industrial estate : A boon for unemployment


youth. Southern Economist,44(21),Mar 1, 2006. p.25-26.

Industrial estates

255 Reserve Bank of India. Finances of private limited companies :


2003-04. Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,60(1),Jan 2006.
p.13-17.

Non-government finance companies;Asset structure

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256 Verma, Smita. Estimation of productive efficiency : A basic
approach. Indian Journal of Quantitative Economics,19(1-2),
2004. p.99-109. Bibliog:p.107-109.

Productive efficiency;Technical efficiency

Agro-based

257 Arya, Anita. Agro-processing in Gujarat : Role of contract


farming and co-operatives. Anvesak,35(2),Jul-Dec 2005.
p.17-28. Bibliog:p.28.

Agro-processing;Gujarat;Contract farming

Cashew

258 Gandhi, G.P. Export of cashews and cashew-based product.


Facts for You,26(4),Jan 2006. p.21-24.

Cashew production;Cashew exports

Coffee

259 Satya Sundaram, I. Coffee consumption boosting. Facts for You,


26(4),Jan 2006. p.7-9.

Coffee production;Coffee exports

Coir

260 Satya Sundaram, I. Coir products in demand. Facts for You,


26(5),Feb 2006. p.22-24.

Coir products export

Marine Products

261 Bose, Shekhar.;Redkar, Soumil B. Modelling the US import


demand for Indian seafood products. Indian Journal of
Quantitative Economics,19(1-2),2004. p.1-8. Bibliog:p.8.

Import demand;Mathematical model

Rubber

262 Joseph, Joby.;George, Tharian.;Joseph, Toms. Trends in India's


external trade in rubber products : An inter temporal
analysis. Foreign Trade Review,40(4),Jan-Mar 2006. p.3-24.
Bibliog:p.20-24.

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Rubber products export;WTO;Regional trade agreement

Silk

263 Umesh, K.B.;Chandrappa, D. Sustenance of sericulture industry


in Karnataka. Agricultural Situation in India,61(10),Jan
2005. p.673-678. Bibliog:p.676.

Karnataka;Sericulture

Sugar

264 Will the sweet taste linger? Fortune India,24(8),Feb 28, 2006.
p.23-28.

Sugar production;Sugar supply

Tea

265 Sriram, T.V. Indian tea rustling : Output and exports poised
for growth. PTI Economic Service,32(6),Mar 15, 2006.
p.49-53.

Tea exports;Tea production

Engineering

266 Illiyan, Asherf. Progress and prospects of Indian engineering


goods exports(1956-2005). Foreign Trade Review,40(4),Jan-Mar
2006. p.64-84. Bibliog:p.84.

Engineering exports

Auto Components

267 Gandhi, G.P. Auto parts and components : A sunrise industry.


Facts for You,26(5),Feb 2006. p.13-19.

Auto components export

Automobile

268 Sisodiya, Amit Singh.;Mannava, Sailaja. Automobile sector :


Speeding ahead. Chartered Financial Analyst,12(2),Feb 2006.
p.52-53.

Market share

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Electronics

269 Rastogi, Rajiv. Indian electronics and IT industry production


profile 2004. Electronics Information and Planning,32(9&10),
Jun & Jul 2005. p.203-260.

Consumer electronics;IT industry;Software industry

Two-wheeler

270 Satya Sundaram, I. Two-wheelers : Power, style and mileage.


Facts for You,26(4),Jan 2006. p.17-20.

Two-wheelers production

Manufacturing

Cement

271 Rao, B.H. Venkateswara.;Rao, B.K.S. Prakash. Cement industry :


Good times ahead. Facts for You,26(6),Mar 2006. p.13-16.

Cement production;Cement consumption;Cement export

Cosumer Durables

272 Manickavasagam, R.;Vethirajan, C. Sales of white goods in


India. Facts for You,26(5),Feb 2006. p.26-28.

Refrigerators sales;Washing machines sales

Drug

273 Chinoy, Merzi.;Mahal, Nahar S. Tax credit system and VAT


implications on the pharma sector. Monthly Economic Digest
Maharashtra,35(4),Feb 2006. p.31-135.

Tax credit system;Value added tax

274 Rao, N.Janardhan.;Zaheer, Feroz. Indian pharma : Globalizing


via China. Chartered Financial Analyst,12(1),Jan 2006.
p.22-27.

China;Drug production

275 Rao, N.;Janardhan.;Zaheer, Feroz. Pharmaceutical industry : A


new beginning. Chartered Financial Analyst,12(2),Feb 2006.
p.47-50.

R&D;TRIPs;Patents

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276 Sridhar, C.R. 'Holy grail' of giant pharma. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006. p.952-954.

Generic drugs;Patents;Multinational drug companies

Garment

277 Agarwal, Vijay. Perspectives on India's garment exports


industry. Textile Times,2(9),Jan 2006. p.4-6.

Garment exports

Paint

278 Satya Narayan, I. Paints towards a rosy phase. Facts for You,
26(6),Mar 2006. p.10-13.

Paint production;Paint prices

Shipping

279 Meera, S.N. Development of Indian shipping during five year


plans. Finance India,19(4),Dec 2005. p.1337-1364.
Bibliog:p.1358.

Shipping tonnage;Shipping history

Software

280 Hamsalakshmi, R.;Manicham, M. Financial performance analysis


of selected software companies. Finance India,19(3),Sep
2005. p.915-935. Bibliog:p.932.

Financial performance analysis;IT market;Software exports

Textile

281 Mishra, Nripendra K.;Srivastava, Ravi S. Technological choice


in textile industry revisited : The handloom-powerloom
controversy. Artha Vijnana,46(3-4),Sep-Dec 2004. p.373-388.
Bibliog:p.388.

Technological choice;Handloom sector;Powerloom sector

282 Rameshan, P. India's textile & clothing trade : Moving from


big hopes &small gains to big hopes & big gains. Foreign
Trade Review,40(3),Oct-Dec 2005. p.45-71. Bibliog:p.70-71.

Textile exports;Post-MFA exports;Textile trade

283 Reddy, V.K.;Sarma, I.R.S. Productivity in Indian textile


industry : Trends and determinants. The ICFAI Journal of
Applied Economics,5(1),Jan 2006. p.80-88. Bibliog:p.88.

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Productivity

Mineral

Coal

284 Tandon, G.L. Black coal needs healing touch. Facts for You,
26(5),Feb 2006. p.9-12.

Gold

285 Kaul, Reeta. A story of gold. PNB Monthly Review,28(2),Feb


2006. p.12-18.

Gold demand;Gold prices

286 Patel, I.G.;Chandavarkar, Anand. India's elasticity of demand


for gold. Economic and Political Weekly,41(6),Feb 11, 2006.
p.507-516. Bibliog:p.509.

Demand for gold;Price elasticity;Statistical analysis

Steel

287 Asher, Manshi. Steel not enough? Economic and Political


Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.555-556.

Orissa;Posco project;Environment

288 Bhattacharya, Subir. Pattern of steel demand in India and


policy issues : Lessons from Chinese experience. Steel
Scenario,15(3),Jan-Mar 2006. p.57-63.

China;Steel demand;Steel production;Economic growth

289 Li-I, Wei. Present status and outlook of iron and steel
industry in south East Asia. Steel Scenario,15(3),Jan-Mar
2006. p.5-7.

South East Asia;Steel consumption;Steel production

290 Moitra, M.K. Use and demand of steel in rural areas. Steel
Scenario,15(3),Jan-Mar 2006. p.41-44.

Steel demand;Rural areas

291 Rao, N.Janardhan.;Adusumilli, Ravi Babu. Steel industry :


Steely performance. Chartered Financial Analyst,12(2),Feb
2006. p.55-58.

Steel consumption

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292 Saluja, S.K.;Verma, O.P.;Sengupta, Suchita. Macro-economic
determinants of steel consumption : A cross-country analysis
of India and selected countries. Steel Scenario,15(3),
Jan-Mar 2006. p.25-35.

Steel consumption;Cross-country analysis

Small Scale

293 Gohil, D.C. Growth and development of SSI in Gujarat : A


study. Southern Economist,44(17),Jan 1, 2006. p.10-12.
Bibliog:p.12.

Small scale industry growth;Small scale industry


employment;Gujarat

294 Kantor, Paula. Determinants of women's microenterprise success


in Ahmedabad, India : Empowerment and economics. Feminist
Economics,11(3),Nov 2005. p.63-83. Bibliog:p.80-83.

Microenterprise development;Women empowerment;Gujarat

295 Sharma, Manoranjan. Financing of SMEs : Emerging issues and


key strategies. Bank Quest,76(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.30-36.
Bibliog:p.36.

SME financing;Credit flow;Credit rating

296 Vellaichamy, R. Globalisation and challenges for small-scale


industries. Southern Economist,44(19),Feb 1, 2006. p.7-9.

Globalisation;Post-reform period

INFLATION

297 Pattnaik, R.K.;Samantaraya, Amresh. Indian experience of


inflation : A review of the evolving process. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(4),Jan 28, 2006. p.349-357.
Bibliog:p.357.

Inflation management;Post-reform period;Inflation


measurement;Core inflation

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INFORMATION
298 Kejriwal, O.P. Right to information act : Loopholes and road
ahead. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006.
p.940-942.

Right to information Act;Access to information

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

299 Agarwal, Ranjana. Women in the digital era : A case study of


career patterns of women professionals in information
technology. Review of Development and Change,10(2),Jul-Dec
2005. p.152-166. Bibliog:p.165-166.

Women's participation;Socio-economic status

300 Chakravarty, Paula. Who speaks for the governed? : World


summit on information society, civil society and the limits
of 'Multistakeholderism'. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(3),Jan 21, 2006. p.250-257. Bibliog:p.257.

Civil society;Stakeholders;Information society

301 Fuller, C.J.;Narasimhan, Haripriya. engineering colleges,


'exposure' and information technology : Professionals in
Tamil Nadu. Economic and Political Weekly,41(3),Jan 21,
2006. p.258-262. Bibliog:p.262.

Engineering education;Tamil Nadu

302 Ganatra, Rachna G. An evaluation of EDI : A trade facilitating


measure in India's international trade. Review of
Development and Change,10(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.185-198.
Bibliog:p.198.

Electronic data interchange;Trade facilitation

303 Hashmi, Mobina. Outsourcing the American dream? : Representing


the stakes of IT globalisation. Economic and Political
Weekly,41(3),Jan 21, 2006. p.242-249. Bibliog:p.249.

Business process outsourcing

304 Lal, Meera. Information technology initiatives : Impact of


self groups in India. The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,
48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.881-893. Bibliog:p.893.

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Self-help groups;Social capital

305 McMillin, Divya C. Outsourcing identities : Call centres and


cultural transformation in India. Economic and Political
Weekly,41(3),Jan 21, 2006. p.235-241. Bibliog:p.241.

Business process outsourcing;Call centres;Cultural


transformation

306 Mishra, Vinod. Size, age and firm growth : The computer
industry in India. Review of Development and Change,10(2),
Jul-Dec 2005. p.167-184. Bibliog:p.183-184.

Computer industry;Mathematical model

307 Muthappan, P.K. E-CRM for zero customer defection. Southern


Economist,44(19),Feb 1, 2006. p.21-22.

Customer relations menagement

308 Rajan, Nalini. New technologies and the constitution of theft.


Review of Development and Change,10(2),Jul-Dec 2005.
p.141-151. Bibliog:p.151.

Intellectual Property Rights

309 Rao, Ch.Sambasiva. Information and communication. Margin ,


38(1),Oct-Dec 2005. p.59-80. Bibliog:p.79-80.

Poverty eradication;ICT;Rural areas;Community information


centres

310 Roy, Sikhanwita.;Chakraborty, Debesh. Information sector and


tenth five year plan of India. Review of Development and
Change,10(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.119-139. Bibliog:p.139.

Economic development;Mathematical model;Technological


change

311 Singh, Parminder Jeet.;Gurumurthy, Anita. Framing a global


information society discourse. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(10),Mar 11, 2006. p.876-878.

Digital divide;Global information society

312 Srinivasan, Aravindan. Diffusion of information and


communication technologies in India : A case for
e-governance. Review of Development and Change,10(2),Jul-Dec
2005. p.199-220. Bibliog:p.217-220.

E-governance

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INFRASTRUCTURE

313 Das, Keshab. Underdevelopment by design? : Undermining vital


infrastructure in Orissa. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.642-648. Bibliog:p.648.

Underdevelopment;Orissa;Port development;Rail
infrastructure

INSURANCE

314 Godse, Vasant. Bancassurance : Convenience of convergence.


Bank Quest,76(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.9-17.

Bancassurance

315 Krishnamurthy, S. Insurance industry in India : Structure,


performance, and future challenges. Vikalpa,30(3),Jul-Sep
2005. p.93-119.

Bancassurance;Consumer education;Product
competition;Global markets

316 Rao, M.B.N. Bancassurance in India : Challenges and


opportunities. Bank Quest,76(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.5.8.

Bancassurance;Product pricing;Market segementation

317 Sadhak, H. Life insurance and the macroeconomy : Indian


experience. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18,
2006. p.1108-1112. Bibliog:p.1112.

Macroeconomics;Life insurance;Savings, household

318 Shanmukham, P.S. Bancassurance : An international perspective.


Bank Quest,76(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.18-26. Bibliog:p.26.

Bancassurance;Market size;Insurance products

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INVESTMENTS

319 Addison, Tony.;Guha-Khasnobis, Basudeb.;Mavrotas, George.


Introduction and overview. The World Economy,29(1),Jan 2006.
p. 1-8. Bibliog:p.8.

Foreign investment;ICT

320 Chakraborty, Indrani. Capital inflows during the


post-liberalisation period. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(2),Jan 14, 2006. p.143-150. Bibliog:p.150.

Capital flow;Economic reforms;Foreign investment;Exchange


rate

321 Chandrasekhar, C.P. Courting risk : Policy manoeuvres on FII


inflows. Economic and Political Weekly,41(2),Jan 14, 2006.
p.92-95.

Foreign institutional investors;Monetary policy;Capital


flow;Foreign investment

322 Chattopadhyay, Suhas. A rejoinder to 'rent-a-womb economics'.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(6),Feb 11, 2006. p.526-527.

Foreign investment;West Bengal

323 Gholami, Roghieh.;Lee, Sang-Yong Tom.;Heshmati, Almas. The


causal relationship between information and communication
technology and foreign direct investment. The World Economy,
29(1),Jan 2006. p.43-62. Bibliog:p.60-62.

Foreign investment;ICT;Developing countries;Economic


growth

324 Ghosh, D.N. Revisiting FDI in china. Economic and Political


Weekly,41(12),Mar 25, 2006. p.1213-1215.

China;Foreign investment

325 Hansen, Henrick.;Rand, John. On the causal link between FDI


and growth in developing countries. The World Economy,29(1),
Jan 2006. p.21-41. Bibliog:p.40-41.

Foreign investment;Economic growth;Developing


countries;Granger causality

326 Jha, Rajiv. A model of exports and investment in an open


developing economy. Economic and Political Weekly,41(9),Mar
4, 2006. p.820-825. Bibliog:p.825.

Exports;Developing countries;Export model;Capacity

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utilisation

327 Pradhan, Rudra Prakash. Globalisation and its impact on


foreign investment in India. Labour and Development,11(1),
Jun 2005. p.45-64. Bibliog:p.61-64.

Foreign investment;Globalisation

328 Rakshit, Mihir. On liberalising foreign institutional


investments. Economic and Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18,
2006. p.991-1000. Bibliog:p.1000.

Capital market;Foreign institutional investors;Capital


formation

329 Ram Mohan, T.T. Neither dread nor encourage them. Economic
and Political Weekly,41(2),Jan 14, 2006. p.95-99.

Foreign institutional investors;Participatory


notes;Foreign investment;Capital market

330 Sen, Partha. Flawed analytics. Economic and Political Weekly,


41(2),Jan 14, 2006. p.99-100.

Foreign institutional investors;Foreign investment

331 Some states lagging behind in attracting FDI are they shedding
their Bimaru imege. Monthly Commentary on Indian Economic
Conditions,48(7),Feb 2006. p.23-30.

Foreign investment

332 Vasudevan, A. A note on portfolio flows into India. Economic


and Political Weekly,41(2),Jan 14, 2006. p.90-92.

Foreign institutional investors;Stock prices

IRRIGATION

333 Dharmadhikary, Shripad. Unravelling Bhakra. Economic and


Political Weekly,41(3),Jan 21, 2006. p.285-287.
Bibliog:p.287.

Groundwater estimates;Water use;Bhakra project

334 Kanagaaraj, M.;Rao, D.V. Subba.;Shailaja, D. Performance of


irrigation tanks in Tamil Nadu. Agricultural Situation in
India,61(10),Jan 2005. p.699-702. Bibliog:p.701.

Tamil Nadu;Tank irrigation

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335 Khurana, Indira. Transboundary disputes : Politics and
litigation play havoc. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),
Feb 18, 2006. p.608-611.

Water disputes;Sutlej-Yamuna link canal

336 Lele, S.N.;Patil, R.K. Equity, access and allocation :


Discrimination in an irrigation project. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.583-585.

Participatory irrigation management;Godavari irrigation


project

337 Paranjape, Suhas.;Joy, K.J. Dams and displacement :


Alternative restructuring of the Sardar Sarovar, breaking the
deadlock. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006.
p.601-602.

Displacement;Sardar Sarovar project;Small dams

338 Ram Mohan, R.V. Dams and displacement : Major loss, minor
gains. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006.
p.604-606.

Polavaram project;Displacement;Andhra Pradesh

339 Rehmat.;Dharmadhikary, Shripad. Dams and displacement ; When


multiple conflicts overlap. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.603-604.

Small dams;Madhya Pradesh;Haribad project

340 Singh, Nandita.;Sinha, Chandan. Micro-level disputes : Forest


officials who missed the wood for the trees. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.594-595.

Small dams

341 Ummiti, Hemantha Kumar. Capacity building for enhanced women's


participation in watershed development : some empirical
observations. Afro-Asian Journal of Rural Development,38(2),
Jul-Dec 2005. p.65-82.

Women's participation;Capacity building;Watershed


development

KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY

342 Bhartesh, K.R.;Bandyopadhyay, A.K. Intellectual capital :


Concept and its measurement. Finance India,19(4),Dec 2005.
p.1365-1374. Bibliog:p.1373-1374.

Intellectual capital;Intellectual capital measurement

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LABOUR

343 Abraham, Vinoj.;Sharma, R.K. New technology and the emerging


labour market : A study of Indian IT industry. The Indian
Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.789-802.
Bibliog:p.802.

Labour market;Information Technology;Technical education

344 Aiyar, Yamini.;Samji, Salimah. Improving the effectiveness of


National Rural Employment Guarantee Act. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(4),Jan 28, 2006. p.320-326.
Bibliog:p.326.

NREG Act;Panchayati Raj


Institutions;Accountability;Monitoring;Information
technology Use

345 Bagchi, Amiya Kumar.;Das, Panchanan. Changing pattern of


employment under neo-liberal reforms : A comparative study of
West Bengal and Gujarat. The Indian Journal of Labour
Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.945-958. Bibliog:p.958.

West Bengal;Gujarat;Comparative study;Economic


reforms;Neo-liberalism;Unemployment

346 Banerjee, Debdas. Knowledge workers and information technology


: Re-living early english industrial revolution. The Indian
Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.777-787.
Bibliog:p.787.

Knowledge economy;Information technology;Industrial


revolution;Knowledge workers

347 Basu, Moushumi. Unorganised labour : Delhi's twin tragedies.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(9),Mar 4, 2006. p.784-785.

Unorganised sector;Delhi

348 Biradar, R.R. Structure of employment in ICT sector in India :


Emerging issues and prospects. The Indian Journal of Labour
Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.837-852.

Information technology;Employment;Business process


outsourcing

349 Chandrasekhar, C.P. Who needs a 'knowledge economy'?


Information, knowledge and flexible labour. The Indian
Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.763-776.
Bibliog:p.775-776.

Knowledge economy;Education level;R&D expenditure

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350 D'Souza, Errol. Are retrenchment laws inefficient? The Indian
Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.939-944.
Bibliog:p.944.

Retrenchment;Labour market;Efficiency wages

351 Damodaran, Sumangala. State policy, export orientation and


labour : An analysis of the links in the leather and leather
products industry. The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,
48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.981-996. Bibliog:p.996.

Leather industry;Government policy;Export promotion

352 Date, Vidyadhar. Harsh reality of workers today. Economic and


Political Weekly,41(12),Mar 25, 2006. p.1169-1172.

Industrial relations;Working conditions

353 Ghosal, Ratan Kumar. State and transformation of rural


workforce structure in West Bengal, 1961-2001. The Indian
Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.959-980.
Bibliog:p.973-974.

Workforce, rural;West Bengal;State


intervention;Employment

354 Ghosh, Dilip Kumar. Guaranteeing employment : Experience from


government sponsored programmes. The Indian Journal of
Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.745-759.
Bibliog:p.759.

West Bengal;Wage employment;NREP;People's participation

355 Ghosh, Jayati. The "right to work" and recent legislation in


India. Social Scientist,34(1-2),Jan-Feb 2006. p.88-102.
Bibliog:p.102.

Right to work;Employment;Employment guarantee scheme;NREG


Act

356 Ghosh, Jayati. The right to work and recent legislation in


India. The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec
2005. p.689-699. Bibliog:p.699.

Right to work;NREG Act;Employment guarantee scheme

357 Goyal, Ashima. New technology and labour markets : Entrants,


outsourcing and matching. The Indian Journal of Labour
Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.853-868.

Technology;Labour market;Business process


outsourcing;Education level

358 Gupta, Smita. The potential and challenge of India's rural


employment guarantee act. The Indian Journal of Labour
Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.717-731. Bibliog:p.730-731.

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NREG Act;Right to workNREGA financing;Wages

359 Hirway, Indira. Enhancing livelihood security through the


National Employment Guarantee Act : Towards effective
operationalisation of the act. The Indian Journal of Labour
Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.701-715. Bibliog:p.715.

NREG Act;Livelihood;Right to work;Employment guarantee


scheme

360 Jacob, K.K. Grievance redressal procedure and labour


management relations in state lavel public enterprises.
Labour and Development,11(1),Jun 2005. p.34-44.
Bibliog:p.44.

Public sector enterprises;Labour relations;Grievance


redressal

361 Jha, Praveen. State's growing intolerance towards labour in


India : A note based on some recent developments. The Indian
Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.897-916.
Bibliog:p.916.

Labour movements;Labour relations;Agricultural


workers;Labour unions

362 Kambhampati, Uma S.;Rajan, Raji. Economic growth : A panacea


for child labor? World Development,34(3),Mar 2006.
p.426-445. Bibliog:p.441-442.

Child labour;Schooling;Economic growth;Kuznet's


curve;South Asia;Pro-poor growth

363 Krishnamurty, J. Employment guarantee and crisis response.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(9),Mar 4, 2006. p.789-790.

NREG Act;Monitoring and evaluation

364 Kundu, Amit. Outcomes of unionization of the agricultural


labourers in an agriculturally developed region. Indian
Journal of Quantitative Economics,19(1-2),2004. p.29-37.
Bibliog:p.37.

Agricultural workers;Worker's union

365 Lieten, G.K. Child labour : What happened to the worst forms?
Economic and Political Weekly,41(2),Jan 14, 2006. p.103-108.
Bibliog:p.108.

Child labour

366 Mitra, Sophie.;Sambamoorthi, Usha. Employment of persons with


disabilities : Evidence from the National Sample Survey.
Economic and Political Weekly,41(3),Jan 21, 2006. p.199-203.
Bibliog:p.203.

Disabled population;Employment;Disabled population

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367 Mukhopadhyay, Asish. Colonial state, capital, labour and
industrialisation : Coal mining and coal miners on colonial
India, 1919-1939. The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,
48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.1015-1027. Bibliog:p.1026-1027.

Industrialisation;Colonial period;CapitalCoal miners

368 Patnaik, Prabhat. The labour market under capitalism. Social


Scientist,34(1-2),Jan-Feb 2006. p.9-20. Bibliog:p.20.

Labour market;Capitalism

369 Rajasekhar, D.;Madheswaran, S. Statutory benefits to beedi


workers in Karnataka. The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,
48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.997-1013. Bibliog:p.1013.

Karnataka;Beedi workers;Socio-economic benefits

370 Saini, Debi S. Imperatives of globalization and vocational


training framework in India. Prajnan,34(3),Oct-Dec 2005.
p.235-244. Bibliog:p.243-244.

Globalisation;Vocational training;Skill upgradation

371 Saini, Debi S. Some issues in working of social security laws


in India. The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),
Oct-Dec 2005. p.1029-1037. Bibliog:p.1037.

Social security laws

372 Sharma, Nishi.;Singh, Ummed.;Jhamtani, Anita. Agricultural


labourers' knowledge and opinion about the welfare schemes
and their condition. Labour and Development,11(1),Jun 2005.
p.99-116. Bibliog:p.116.

Agricultural workers;Welfare schemes

373 Shyam sunder, K.R. State in industrial relations system in


India : From corporatist to neo-liberal? The Indian Journal
of Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.917-937.
Bibliog:p.934-937.

Labour relations;State intervention;Neo-liberalism

374 Thomas, Jayan Jose. Labour in the new economy : An Indian


perspective. The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),
Oct-Dec 2005. p.821-835. Bibliog:p.834-835.

Information technology;Business Process


Outsourcing;Globalisation;Knowledge economy

375 Unni, Jeemol. The right to work for the self-employment in


India. The Indian Journal of Labour Economics,48(4),Oct-Dec
2005. p.733-744. Bibliog:p.743.

Right to work;Self-employed;Livelihood

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Employment

376 Singh, Alka. Trends and structure of employment and earnings


of rural women in the changed economic scenario. The Asian
Economic Review,47(3),Dec 2005. p.403-410. Bibliog:p.410.

Women's employment;Women's wages;Rural areas

377 Venkateswarlu, A. Rural non-farm employment in Andhra Pradesh


: 1961-2001. Journal of Rural Development,24(4),Oct-Dec
2005. p.459-480. Bibliog:p.478-480.

Non-farm employment;Andhra Pradesh;Household industry

LAND REFORMS

378 Ahuja, Manoj.;Singh, A.P. Evaluation of computerisation of


land records in Karnataka : A study from Gulbarga district.
Economic and Political Weekly,41(1),Jan 7, 2006. p.69-77.

Land records computerisation;Karnataka;Dispute reduction

LEASING

379 Sharma, H.R. Liberalising the lease market. Economic and


Political Weekly,41(8),Feb 25, 2006. p.696-698.

Lease market;Tenancy

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

380 Bardhan, Pranab.;Mookherjee, Dilip. Decentralisation and


accountability in infrastructure delivery in developing
countries. The Economic Journal,116(508),Jan 2006.
p.101-127. Bibliog:p.126-127.

Decentralisation;Accountability;Infrastructure
delivery;Developing countries;Bureaucracy

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381 Pethe, Abhay.;Lalvani, Mala. Towards economic empowerment of
urban local bodies in Maharashtra. Economic and Political
Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.635-641. Bibliog:p.641.

Empowerment;Urban local bodies;Maharashtra;Capital


market

382 Rajbir Singh. Democratic decentralization : Zila Parishad as


the apex body in Haryana. Prashasnika,32(2),Jul-Dec 2005.
p.34-44.

Decentralisation;Panchayati Raj Institutions;Haryana

MANAGEMENT

383 Afza, Mainuddin. Superior-subordinate relationships and


satisfaction in Indian small business enterprises. Vikalpa,
30(3),Jul-Sep 2005. p.11-19. Bibliog:p.18-19.

Leader power;Job satisfaction;Organizational


commitment;SMEs

MARKETING

384 Govt. opens door for single brassed retail. PTI Economic
Service,32(3),Feb 1, 2006. p.13-16.

Retailing;Foreign investment

385 Mishra, Arvind Kumar. Agricultural marketing - An overview.


Kurukshetra,54(3),Jan 2006. p.25-27.

Rural market

MONETARY ECONOMICS

386 Abbas, Kalbe.;Husain, Fazal. Money, income and prices in


Pakistan : A bi-variate and causality. South Asia Economic
Journal,7(1),Jan-Jun 2006. p.55-65. Bibliog:p.65.

Money;Income;Prices;Pakistan;Causality

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387 Adhikary, Maniklal.;Mazumder, Ritwik. Money, output and prices
in India during 1970-2002 : A macro-econometric analysis.
The ICFAI Journal of Applied Economics,5(1),Jan 2006.
p.69-79. Bibliog:p.79.

Money demend;Prices

388 Bhanumurthy, N.R. Macroeconomic fundamentals and exchange rate


dynamics in India : Some survey results. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(11),Mar 18, 2006. p.1101-1107.
Bibliog:p.1107.

Exchange rate;Foreign exchange market

389 Clearing Corporation of India Limited. Money and forex market


developments : Impact of IMD redemption. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(1),Jan 7, 2006. p.9.

Indian Millennium Deposits;Liquidity

390 EPW Research Foundation. Blurring of development goals in


refinancing. Economic and Political Weekly,41(12),Mar 25,
2006. p.1154-1160.

Money market;Liquidity;Capital market

391 EPW Research Foundation. Movements in the exchange rate :


Trends in new indices of nominal and effective rates.
Economic and Political Weekly,41(3),Jan 21, 2006. p.178-184.

Exchange rate;Forex market;Money market

392 EPW Research Foundation. Need to rethink fiscal strategy.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.544-550.

Fiscal policy;Money market;Forex market

393 Gopinath, Shyamala. Foreign exchange regulations - A review.


Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,60(1),Jan 2006. p.79-82.

Foreign exchange regulation

394 Joshi, Vijay. Real exchange rate, fiscal deficits and capital
flows : Refutation again. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(5),Feb 4, 2006. p.446-447. Bibliog:p.447.

Exchange rate;Fiscal deficit;Capital flow;Economic


growth

395 Money and forex markets : Persistent liquidity shortage.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(10),Mar 11, 2006. p.850.

Money market

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396 Narayan, Paresh Kumar. Are bilateral exchange rates
stationary? Evidence from Lagrange multiplier unit root tests
for India. Applied Economics,38(1),Jan 20, 2006. p.63-70.
Bibliog:p.69-70.

Exchange rate;Unit root test;Purchasing power parity

397 Reserve Bank of India. Revision of nominal effective exchange


rate (NEER) and real effective exchange rate (REER) indices.
Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,59(12),Dec 2005. p.1061-1067.

Exchange rate;Prices;REER;NEER

398 Roy, Sunando. Liquidity adjustment in value at risk (VAR)


model : Evidence from the Indian debt market. Reserve Bank
of India Occasional Papers,25(1,2,3),2004. p.1-16.
Bibliog:p.15-16.

Liquidity risk;Volatility;Value at risk;Turnover


liquidity adjustment facility;Debt market

399 Singh, Charan. Should India use foreign exchange reserves to


finance infrastrusture? Economic and Political Weekly,41(6),
Feb 11, 2006. p.517-525. Bibliog:p.525.

Infrastructure financing;Foreign exchange


reserves;Interest rate

400 Sudhaman, K.S. Full convertibility of rupee. PTI Economic


Service,32(7),Apr 1, 2006. p.2-5.

Rupee convertibility;Capital account convertibility

NATURAL RESOURCES

402 Anitha, V.;Muraleedharan, P.K.;Binil Kumar, A.S. Human-related


constraints in protected area management : Manifestations and
causatives. Economic and Political Weekly,41(10),Mar 11,
2006. p.919-924. Bibliog:p.924.

Wild life conservation;Protected area management;Local


communities;Case study

403 D'Cruz, Sharon.;Raikar, Avinash. Democratic management of


common property in Goa : From 'Gaonkarias' and 'Communidades'
to Gram Sabha. Economic and Political Weekly,41(5),Feb 4,
2006. p.439-445. Bibliog:p.445.

Common property resources;Goa;Colonial period;Local


administration

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404 Kondaiah, Chukka. Linking entrepreneurial development and
natural resource management : An Indian experience.
Afro-Asian Journal of Rural Development,38(1),Jan-Jun 2005.
p.31-47. Bibliog:p.47.

Entrepreneurship development;Natural resource management

405 Thomas, Manoj T. Delineating the discipline of natural


resource management : Domain approaches. Asia-Pacific
Journal of Rural Development,15(1),Jul 2005. p.95-106.

Natural resource management;Sustainable development

Water Resources

406 Chauhan, Malavika. Contending water uses : Biodiversity vs


irrigation, case of Keoladeo National Park. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.575-577.
Bibliog:p.577.

Biodiversity;Irrigation;Water disputes

407 Das, Binayak.;Pangare, Ganesh. Privatisation : In


Chhattisgarh, a river becomes private property. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.611-612.

Chhattisgarh;Privatisation

408 Gujja, Biksham et al. 'Million revolts' in the making.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.570-574.

Water disputes;Water use

409 Jagannathan, N. Vijay. Story of a hiss : Water scarcity and


the need for reform. Economic and Political Weekly,41(10),
Mar 11, 2006. p.925-927.

Water scarcity;Private public partnership

410 Kashwan, Prakash. Micro-level disputes : Traditional water


harvesting structure. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),
Feb 18, 2006. p.596-598. Bibliog:p.598.

Water harvesting;Community participation

411 Lal, Pankaj.;Singh, Kamaldeo.;Prasad, Kapildeo. Micro-level


disputes : Failure of community institutions. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.598-599.

Jharkhand;Slapin river basin;Water disputes

412 Mahanta, Chandan.;Mahanta, Anjana. Contending water uses :


Bridge over the Brahmaputra. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.579-581.

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Water disputes

413 Mudrakartha, Srinivas.;Sheth, Jatin.;Srinath, J. Water quality


: Unclogging the Khari river, stakeholders come together to
halt pollution. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18,
2006. p.587-590. Bibliog:p.590.

Water quality;Khari river;Water disputes

414 Prakash, Anjal.;Sama, R.K. Contending water uses : Social


undercurrents in a water-scarce village. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.577-579.

Water disputes;Gujarat;Caste differences

415 Rajgopal, A.;Jayakumar, N. Equity, access and allocation :


Conflict in the Bhavani. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),
Feb 18, 2006. p.581-582.

Water disputes;Tamil Nadu;Bhavani River

416 Rao, J. Rama.;Jairath, Jasveen.;Umesh, P. Water quality :


Pollution through Aqua culture, Kolleru wildlife sanctuary.
Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.585-587.

Water quality

417 Rao, M. Chandrasekhara. Sand mining : Groundwater depletion in


Papagani catchment. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb
18, 2006. p.593-594.

Groundwater depletion;Sand mining

418 Sharma, Shyam Sunder Prasad. Managing water scarcity and rual
conflicts in India. Anvesak,35(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.29-53.
Bibliog:p.51-53.

Water scarcity;Water use;Water demand;Irrigation


management

419 Singh, Nandita.;Sinha, Chandan. Micro-level disputes : Gravity


dam in trouble. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18,
2006. p.594-595.

Small dams

420 Sinha, Archana. Gender dynamics in water security : A study in


Rajasthan state of India. Afro-Asian Journal of Rural
Development,38(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.23-50. Bibliog:p.42-43.

Water quality;Access to water;Women's participation

421 Sinha, Rajesh. Transboundary disputes : Two neighbours and a


treaty, Baglihar project in hot waters. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006. p.606-608.

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Water disputes

PATENTS

422 Gupta, Ankur. IPR issues in outsourcing. Yojana,50(3),Mar


2006. p.69-72.

Intellectual property rights;Business process outsourcing

423 Mohanty, Subhransubala. Intellectual property rights : Issues


and challenges. Vision,25(3-4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.55-66.
Bibliog:p.64-66.

Intellectual Property Rights;TRIPs

424 Rangnekar, Dwijen. No pills for poor people? Understanding the


disembowelment of India's patent regime. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(5),Feb 4, 2006. p.409-417.
Bibliog:p.416-417.

Patent Act;Intellectual Property Rights;Pharmaceutical


industry

POVERTY

425 Krishna, Anirudh. Pathways out of and into poverty in 36


villages of Andhra Pradesh, India. Reserve Bank of India
Bulletin,60(2),Feb 2006. p.271-288. Bibliog:p.287-288.

Health;Education;South Asia;Andhra Pradesh

426 Mitra, Subhashis. New initiatives in urban poverty


alleviation. PTI Economic Service,38(3),Feb 1, 2006.
p.36-38.

Poverty, urban;Urban renewal mission

427 Rigg, Jonathan. Land, farming, livelihoods and poverty :


Rethinking the links in the rural South. World Development,
34(1),Jan 2006. p.180-202. Bibliog:p.199-202.

South Asia;Livelihood;Agrarian change;Rural areas

428 Sidhu, M.S.;Toor, M.S.;Dhadli, T.K. Urban poverty in India :


Some issues. Southern Economist,44(21),Mar 1, 2006. p.7-11.
Bibliog:p.11.

Poverty, urban;Poverty, states

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429 Zeller, Manfred.;Sharma, Manohar.;Henry, Carla. An operational
method for assessing the poverty outreach performance of
development policies and projects : Results of case studies
in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. World Development,34(3),
Mar 2006. p.446-464. Bibliog:p.463-464.

Poverty assessment;Evaluation;Case
study;Asia;Africa;Latin America;Poverty targeting

PRODUCTIVITY

430 Reddy, Y.V. Importance of productivity in India. Reserve Bank


of India Bulletin,60(1),Jan 2006. p.65-72. Bibliog:p.72.

Information and communication technology;Total factor


productivity

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

431 Chokkar, Jagdeep S. Civil society and good governance.


Prashasnika,32(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.15-33.

Civil society;Good governance

PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION

432 Gadage, R.S. Performance of public distribution system in


India. Southern Economist,44(19),Feb 1, 2006. p.10-12.
Bibliog:p.12.

Foodgrains off-take;Foodgrains availability

PUBLIC FINANCE

433 Oommen, M.A. Fiscal decentralisation to the sub-state level


governments. Economic and Political Weekly,41(10),Mar 11,
2006. p.897-903. Bibliog:p.903.

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Decentralisation;Fiscal decentralisation;Local
governments;Finance Commissions

434 Paul, Samuel. Public spending, outcomes and accountability :


Citizen report card as a catalyst for public action.
Economic and Political Weekly,41(4),Jan 28, 2006. p.333-340.
Bibliog:p.340.

Public expenditure;Corruption;Accountability;Citizens
Report;Bangalore Agenda Task Force

435 Reserve Bank of India. Finances of state governments 2005-06 :


Highlights Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,60(2),Feb 2006.
p.153-177.

State government finances

PUBLIC SECTOR ENTERPRISES

436 Jagota, Mukesh. BRPSE makes the job of revival of PSU seem
easier. PTI Economic Service,32(1),Jan 1, 2006. p.27-30.

Public sector revival

437 Patnaik, Ila. PSU disinvestment. Seminar,557,Jan 2006.


p.80-85.

Disinvestment;Privatisation

REGULATION

438 Ananat, T.C.A.;Singh, Jaivir. Structuring regulation :


Constitutional and legal frame in India. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(2),Jan 14, 2006. p.121-127.
Bibliog:p.127.

Competition law;Regulatory authority;Competition


commission

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REHABILITATION

439 Hussain, Monirul. Internally displaced persons in India's


North-East. Economic and Political Weekly,41(5),Feb 4, 2006.
p.391-393.

Displacement

440 Jena, Manipadma. Orissa : Draft resettlement and


rebabilitation policy, 2006. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(5),Feb 4, 2006. p.384-387.

Orissa;Resettlement policy;Displacement

RURAL DEVELOPMENT

441 Kumaran, D.P.;Bidari, D. Community based rural development in


Mizoram : A case study. IASSI Quarterly,23(2),Oct-Dec 2004.
p.83-96.

Mizoram;Community based rural development;Resource


mobilisation

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

442 Abraham, Itty. The contradictory spaces of postcolonial


techno-science. Economic and Political Weekly,41(3),Jan 21,
2006. p.210-217. Bibliog:p.217.

Science studies;Post-colonial Science

443 De Greiff, A. Alexis. Abdus Salam : A migrant scientist in


post-imperial times. Economic and Political Weekly,41(3),Jan
21, 2006. p.228-234.

444 Prasad, Amit. Beyond modern vs alternative science debate :


Analysis of magnetic resonance imaging research. Economic
and Political Weekly,41(3),Jan 21, 2006. p.219-227.
Bibliog:p.227.

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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

445 Gill, Kaveri. Deprived castes and privileged politics : An


urban informal market in contemporary India. Economic and
Political Weekly,41(2),Jan 14, 2006. p.133-141.
Bibliog:p.141.

Caste identity;Informal market;Recycling industry;Plastic


Industry;Political mobilisation

446 Nirmala Devi, T. Role of the state in social sector : Some


reflections. Anvesak,35(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.71-84.
Bibliog:p.81-82.

Social sector expenditure;Social development index

447 Robeyns, Ingrid. The capacity approach : A theoretical survey.


Journal of Human Development,6(1),Mar 2005. p.93-114.
Bibliog:p.111-114.

Capability approach;Development;Wellbeing

448 Weisskopf, Thomas E. Is positive discrimination a good way to


aid disadvantaged ethnic communities? Economic and Political
Weekly,41(8),Feb 25, 2006. p.717-726. Bibliog:p.726.

Ethnic communities;Job reservation;Positive


discrimination;Backward classes

SOCIAL SECTOR

449 Joshi, Seema. Impact of economic reforms on social sector


expenditure in India. Economic and Political Weekly,41(4),
Jan 28, 2006. p.358-365. Bibliog:p.365.

Social sector expenditure;Economic reforms;Health care


expenditure;Education expenditure

SOCIAL SECURITY

450 Asher, Mukul.;Vasudevan, Deepa. The role of pension


regulators. Margin ,38(1),Oct-Dec 2005. p.1-14.
Bibliog:p.12.

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Pension fund management;PFRDA;Pension fund management

451 Hirway, Indira. Unorganised sector workers' social security


bill, 2005 : Let us not go backwards. Economic and Political
Weekly,41(5),Feb 4, 2006. p.379-382.

Unorganised Sector Worker's Bill;Non-governmental


organisations

452 Hu, Yu-Wei. Private (Occupational) pensions in China. Margin,


38(1),Oct-Dec 2005. p.15-24. Bibliog:p.23-24.

Pension funds;China

STATISTICAL DATA

453 Bhanushali, Kishor. Defining disabilities : NSSO vs census.


Anvesak,35(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.65-71. Bibliog:p.71.

Disabled population;Disability statistics

TAXATION

454 Ramesh Kumar, D.R. VAT scenario in India : An analysis.


Southern Economist,44(18),Jan 15, 2006. p.19-20.
Bibliog:p.20.

Value added tax

TECHNOLOGY

455 Arunachalam, V.S. Technology and economic growth : Quo Vadis,


India? Vikalpa,30(1),Jan-Mar 2005. p.1-5.

Economic growth;Business process outsourcing;Education

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TELECOMMUNICATION

456 Chowdary, T.H. Rural tele-density. Economic and Political


Weekly,41(5),Feb 4, 2006. p.393-395.

Teledensity;Rural areas

457 Jain, Sunil. The war for the regulator's heart. Margin,38(1),
Oct-Dec 2005. p.31-40.

TRAI;Telecom regulation

458 Purkayastha, Prabir. Maran's one India plan : Attacking rural


telephony the wrong way. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(10),Mar 11, 2006. p.861-863.

Rural telephony;Teledensity

459 Satish, D.;Deshpande, Smitha. Telecome industry : Good times


come calling in. Chartered Financial Analyst,12(2),Feb 2006.
p.43-46.

Mobile phone industry

460 Sivamurugan, C.;Anbumani, V. FDI inflows in telecom sector.


Kurukshetra,54(4),Feb 2006. p.36-40.

Foregin investment;Rural telephony

461 Sudarsan, P.K. Telecom pricing in India : A study on tariff


packages and calling options of BSNL. The ICFAI Journal of
Applied Economics,5(2),Mar 2006. p.37-46. Bibliog:p.44.

Telecom pricing;Tariffs;BSNL

TOURISM

462 Kubendran, V. Medical tourism : Advantage India. Facts for


You,26(4),Jan 2006. p.11-14.

Medical tourism

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TRADE

463 Reserve Bank of India. Freight and insurance components in


Indian exports during 2000-2005 : A survey. Reserve Bank of
India Bulletin,60(2),Feb 2006. p.201-211.

Merchandise export;Freight charges;Insurance charges

International Trade

464 Bathla, Seema. Trade policy reforms and openness of Indian


agriculture : Analysis at the commodity level. South Asia
Economic Journal,7(1),Jan-Jun 2006. p.19-53.
Bibliog:p.52-53.

Trade liberalisation;Agreement on
agriculture;WTO;Non-tariff
barriers;Protection;Agriculture

465 Dhar, Biswajit. Hong Kong meet. Yojana,50(2),Feb 2006.


p.55-58.

Hong Kong Ministerial;WTO;Non-agricultural market access

466 Drope, Jeffrey M.;Hansen, Wendy L. Anti-dumping's happy


birthday. The World Economy,29(1),Apr 2006. p.459-472.

Anti-dumping

401 Dubey, Muchkund. WTO's Hong Kong conference : An appraisal.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(1),Jan 7, 2006. p.15-19.

Hong Kong Ministerial;Export subsidy;Non-agricultural


market access;Trade in services;Developing countries

467 Ganewatta, Gaminda et al. Impact of protection on domestic


processing of primary commodities for export markets : An
example from the Sri Lankan tea industry. South Asia
Economic Journal,7(1),Jan-Jun 2006. p.1-18.
Bibliog:p.17-18.

Protection;Tea industry;Sri Lanka;Value added tax;Tea


exports

468 Gaur, Achal Kumar.;Pandey, Alok Kumar. India's export


performance during post-WTO era : An empirical investigation.
Indian Journal of Quantitative Economics,19(1-2),2004.
p.65-97. Bibliog:p.77-78.

Empirical analysis;WTO;Exports

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469 Jha, Veena. India and the Hong Kong ministerial talk. Focus
WTO,7(4),Nov-Dec 2005. p.1-4.

Hong Kong Ministerial;Trade in services;Non-agricultural


market access

470 Kaplinsky, Raphael. China and the global terms of trade. IDS
Bulletin,37(1),Jan 2006. p.43-53. Bibliog:p.53.

China;Commodity prices;Employment;Consumption

471 Katti, Vijay. The road to Hong Kong. Chartered Financial


Analyst,12(1),Jan 2006. p.59-63.

Hong Kong Ministerialmeet;Industrial tariff;Trade


facilitation

472 Kaundal, R.K. Impact of economic reforms on external sector.


Foreign Trade Review,40(3),Oct-Dec 2005. p.72-100.
Bibliog:p.98-100.

Trade policy reforms;Economic reforms;Export


structure;Foreign investment

473 Lee, Jong-Wha.;McKibbin, J.;Park, Young Chul. Transpacific


trade imbalances : Causes and curve. Foreign Trade Review,
40(4),Jan-Mar 2006. p.281-303. Bibliog:p.302-303.

Trade imbalance;East Asia;Trade policy

474 Mehta, Pradeep S.;Praveen Kumar. The post-Hong Kong trade


scenario. Margin,38(1),Oct-Dec 2005. p.25-30.

Hong Kong Ministerial;Non-agricultural market access;WTO

475 Mehta, Ruchira. Agreement reached at Hong Kong and its impact
on India. Monthly Economic Digest Maharashtra,35(3),Jan
2006. p.23-24.

Market access;WTO;Hong Kong Ministerial;Export


subsidy;TRIPs;Non-agricultural market access

476 Mukherjee, Chandan. India's new approach on the trade of


environmental goods and services. The ICFAI Journal of
Environmental Economics,4(1),Feb 2006. p.81-86.
Bibliog:p.86.

Environmental goods trade

477 Mukherji, Indra Nath. Indo-Bangladesh trade : Analyzing impact


of trade preference on growth and structure of bilateral
trade. Artha Vijnana,46(3-4),Sep-Dec 2004. p.197-222.

Indo-Bangladesh trade;Bilateral trade;Duty free imports

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478 Nag, Biswajit.;Nandi, Anisha. Analysing India's trade dynamics
vis-a-vis SAARC members using the gravity. South Asia
Economic Journal,7(1),Jan-Jun 2006. p.83-98.
Bibliog:p.97-98.

Gravity model;SAARC countries;Trade


cooperation;India-SAARC trade

479 Nanda, Paramjit.;Raikhy, P.S. Complementarities in production


and trade among Asian countries : Prospects of Asian Economic
Union. Indian Journal of Quantitative Economics,19(1-2),
2004. p.39-63. Bibliog:p.63.

Asian Economic Union;Trade Cooperation;Regional trade


blocks

480 Narasaiah, M. Lakshmi. The trade related intellectual property


rights (TRIPS) agreement and the developing countries.
Anvesak,35(2),Jul-Dec 2005. p.107-111.

TRIPs;Geographical indications;Trade marks

481 Rao, C. Niranjan. Para 6 of WTO Doha decleration :


Non-solution of TRIPs problem. Economic and Political Weekly,
41(4),Jan 28, 2006. p.301-303. Bibliog:p.303.

TRIPs;WTO;Least developed countries

482 Rao, N.;Janardhan.;Adusumilli, Ravi Babu. SEZs : Future hot


spots. Chartered Financial Analyst,12(1),Jan 2006. p.40-42.

Special Economic Zone

483 Reserve Bank of India. India foreign trde : 2005-06


(April-December). Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,60(2),Feb
2006. p.213-224.

Exports;Imports;Trade deficit;Indo-US trade

484 Reserve Bank of India. India's foreign trade : 2005-06


(April-October). Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,59(12),Dec
2005. p.1089-1099.

Exports;Imports;Petroleum import

485 Reserve Bank of India. India's foreign trade : 05-06


(April-November). Reserve Bank of India Bulletin,60(1),Jan
2006. p.49-53.

Foreig trade statistics;Trade deficit

486 SAFTA : Uncertain gains (Editorial). Economic and Political


Weekly,41(1),Jan 7, 2006. p.4.

SAFTA;SAARC countries

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487 Satapathy, C. Review of WTO rules on antidumping and
countervailing measures. Economic and Political Weekly,41(3),
Jan 21, 2006. p.263-269. Bibliog:p.269.

Anti-dumping;WTO rulesMultilateral trade

488 Sen, Sunanda. International trade theory and policy what is


left of trade paradigm? Development and Change,36(6),Nov
2005. p.1011-1029. Bibliog:p.1027-1029.

Free trade;Economic growth;New trade theory

489 Shafaeddin, S.M. Towards an alternative perspective on trade


and industrial policies. Development and Change,36(6),Nov
2005. p.1143-1162. Bibliog:p.1159-1161.

Industrial policy;Trade policy reforms;Foreign investment

490 Sikarwar, Deepshikha. Hong Kong alters balance of power as


developing world gets Closer. PTI Economic Service,32(1),Jan
1, 2006. p.6-9.

Hong Kong Ministerial;Developing countries

491 Singhal, L.B. Evolution and performance of Indian EPZsSEZs.


Foreign Trade Review,40(3),Oct-Dec 2005. p.3-28.

Export Processing Zones;Special Economic Zone;Technology


transfer

492 Stiglitz, Joseph. Social justice and global trade. Far


Eastern Economic Review,169(2),Mar 2006. p.18-22.

Social justice

493 Tharakan, P.K.M.;Van Beveren, Ilke.;Ourti, Tom Van.


Determinants of India's software exports and goods exports.
The Review of Economics and Statistics,87(4),Nov 2005.
p.776-780. Bibliog:p.779-780.

Trade determinants;Software exports;Services


export;Empirical model

494 The text of the general agreement on tariffs and trade, Geneva,
July 1986. Journal of Indian School of Political Economy,
17(1&2),Jan-Jun, 2005. p.75-125.

GATT agreement

495 Trivedi, Pushpa.;Sharma, Pritee. Multilateralism, regionalism,


and trade dispute settlement in WTO : Implications for
developing countries with special reference to India.
Journal of Indian School of Political Economy,17(1&2),
Jan-Jun, 2005. p.1-44. Bibliog:p.42.

Trade dispute settlement;WTO;Multilateralism;Regional


trade blocks

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496 World trade agreement 1994 (establishing the WTO and including
GATT, Uruguay, 1994). Journal of Indian School of Political
Economy,17(1&2),Jan-Jun, 2005. p.128-395.

Agreement on agriculture;Agreement on
textileTRIPs;WTO;Subsidy;Rules of Orign

TRANSPORTATION

497 Chaudhury, Prosenjit Dey. Model split between rail and road
modes of transport in India. Vikalpa,30(1),Jan-Mar 2005.
p.17-33. Bibliog:p.33.

User cost;Model split;Vehicle operating cost;Value of


passenger time;Rail transport;Road transport

498 Mitra, Siddhartha. City transport in India : Impending


disaster. Economic and Political Weekly,41(6),Feb 11, 2006.
p.473-475. Bibliog:p.475.

City transport;Public transport

TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT

499 Bose, Ashish. Empowering Soliga tribes : 'Sudarshan model' of


Karnataka. Economic and Political Weekly,41(7),Feb 18, 2006.
p.564-566.

Community health;Tribal education

500 Lalrinliana, Joseph.;Kanagaraj, Easwaran. SHGs and tribal


development in Mizoram. Kurukshetra,54(3),Jan 2006.
p.37-48.

Self-help groups;Mizoram

501 Vasudevachary, A.K. Tribal development in Andhra Pradesh.


Kurukshetra,54(3),Jan 2006. p.33-36.

Tribal education;Andhra Pradesh

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URBANISATION

502 Ghosh, Asha. Banking on the Bangalore dream. Economic and


Political Weekly,41(8),Feb 25, 2006. p.689-692.
Bibliog:p.692.

IT industry;Bangalore development;Private public


partnership

503 Maharashtra Economic Development Council. Urban governance in


China. Monthly Economic Digest Maharashtra,35(4),Feb 2006.
p.9-12.

Urban governance;China;Local government

504 Mohan, Rakesh. Managing metros. Seminar,557,Jan 2006.


p.86-92.

Urbanisation;Urban services;Metro cities

505 Mukhopadhyay, Partha. Whither urban renewal? Economic and


Political Weekly,41(10),Mar 11, 2006. p.879-884.

Urban renewal;Urban development

506 Pathe, Abhay. On urban governance : The case of Mumbai.


Monthly Economic Digest Maharashtra,35(4),Feb 2006. p.5-8.

Urban governance;Mumbai

507 Prabhu, Chandrashekhar. Revitalisation of Mumbai : Urban


governance? Monthly Economic Digest Maharashtra,35(4),Feb
2006. p.21-23.

Urban governance;Mumbai

508 Raj, Solomon D. Industrialization paving the way for


urbanization : An economic study. Southern Economist,44(17),
Jan 1, 2006. p.20-22. Bibliog:p.22.

Industrialisation;Environment;Pollution

509 Singh, Simpreet. On repealing the urban land ceiling act.


Economic and Political Weekly,41(8),Feb 25, 2006. p.698-699.

Urban Land Ceiling Act

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WOMEN

510 Antony, Valsamma. Education and employment : The key to women


empowerment Kurukshetra,54(4),Feb 2006. p.27-29.

Women's empowerment;Women's education;Women's employment

511 Arabi, U. Empowerment of women in information and


communication technology (ICT)-enabled services :
Opportunities and challenges. The Asian Economic Review,
47(3),Dec 2005. p.465-484. Bibliog:p.483.

Information and communication Technology;Women empowerment

512 Ashraf, Shahid.;Aeon, Aditi. Reproductive health and


empowerment : Expectations and experience of married women.
Labour and Development,11(1),Jun 2005. p.117-135.
Bibliog:p.133-135.

Reproductive health;Women's empowerment

513 Ashrit, Radha R. Health status of working women. Yojana,50(3),


Mar 2006. p.75-77.

Women's health care

514 Gupta, M.L.;Gupta, Namita. Economic empowerment of women


through SHGs. Kurukshetra,54(4),Feb 2006. p.23-26.

Women's empowerment;Self-help groups

515 Haque, Serajul. Micro-credit and empowerment of women :


Evidence from Bangladesh. The Asian Economic Review,47(3),
Dec 2005. p.411-420. Bibliog:p.419-420.

Women's empowerment;Bangladesh;Microcredit

516 Kachroo, Jyoti. Rural farm women's contribution to family


income in Jammu district. Journal of Rural Development,24(4),
Oct-Dec 2005. p.481-499. Bibliog:p.497-498.

Women's contribution;Agricultural income;Jammu and


Kashmir;Non-farm income

517 Kacker, Loveleen. SHGs and women. Yojana,50(3),Mar 2006.


p.73-74.

Self-help groups

518 Kumar, Anil. Obstacles faced by women in business : A factor


analytical study. The Asian Economic Review,47(3),Dec 2005.
p.457-464. Bibliog:p.463.

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Women entrepreneurs

519 Mitra, Tushar Kanti.;Sinha, Gouranga. Women empowerment and


human development in India. The Asian Economic Review,47(3),
Dec 2005. p.351-366.

Women's empowerment;Human development

520 Singh, Baij Nath. Undervaluation of work and status of rural


women : A study. Southern Economist,44(21),Mar 1, 2006.
p.23-24.

Women's work;Rural women

521 Sudarshan, Ratna M. Vocational training for women in informal


employment. Journal of Educational Planning and
Administration,19(4),Oct 2005. p.543-550. Bibliog:p.550.

Vocational training;Informal sector;Employment

522 Swain, Mamata.;Swain, Mrutyunjay. Impact of super cyclone on


life and livelihood of women : A micro level study of two
coastal districts in Orissa. The Asian Economic Review,47(3),
Dec 2005. p.485-515. Bibliog:p.502.

Orissa;Livelihood;Cyclones;Disaster
management;Socio-economic impact

523 Swapna, Kole.;Kumar, Arya. Facilitating entrepreneurship


amongst Indian rural women : Issues and challenges. The
Asian Economic Review,47(3),Dec 2005. p.445-454.
Bibliog:p.455.

Women entrepreneurs;Rural areas

524 Warlu, M. Veinkates. Women empowerment : A perspective.


Vision,25(3-4),Oct-Dec 2005. p.80-84. Bibliog:p.84.

Women's empowerment

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KEYWORD INDEX
Access to information 18, 516
298
Agricultural infrastructure
Access to nutrition 56
235
Agricultural investment
Access to water 11, 23, 28, 141
420
Agricultural policy
Accountability 8
344, 380, 434
Agricultural production
Africa 24, 29
429
Agricultural productivity
Agrarian change 6, 18
427
Agricultural reforms
Agrarian structure 11
173
Agricultural research
Agreement on agriculture 5, 117
464, 496
Agricultural subsidy
11, 18, 117
Agreement on textile
496 Agricultural workers
361, 364, 372
Agribusiness
19 Agriculture
111, 119, 464
Agricultual workers
173 Agro-climatic zones
9
Agricultural commodities
51 Agro-processing
257
Agricultural credit
29, 108, 117 Air pollution
213
Agricultural credit societies
106 Aluminium industry
140
Agricultural development
8 Andhra Pradesh
194, 238, 250, 338, 377,
Agricultural employment 425, 501
13, 18, 23
Anti-dumping
Agricultural Exports 466, 487
23, 24
Architectural plans
Agricultural growth 65
3, 9, 13, 19,
177, 180 ARIMA model
220
Agricultural income
Arunachal Pradesh 98
136
Banking productivity
Asean 84, 92
144
Banking profitability
Asia 84, 100
429
Banking sector
Asian Economic Union 125, 161
479
Banking sector reforms
Asian stock markets 62, 84, 91
218
Banking services
Asset reconstruction 81
75
Banking statistics
Asset structure 67
255
Basel Accord
Auto components export 86
267
Beedi workers
Autonomous colleges 369
196
Bhakra project
Backward classes 333
448
Bhavani River
Bahaviour 415
134
Bilateral trade
Bancassurance 477
314, 315, 316, 318
Biodiversity
Bangalore Agenda Task Force 406
230, 434
Biomass
Bangalore development 198, 208
502
Biosafety
Bangladesh 35, 36
45, 515
Biotechnology
Bank credit 4
90
Blance of payments
Bank efficiency analysis 171
62
Bombay stock exchange
Bank financing 221
82
BSNL
Bank privatization 461
98
BT Cotton
Banking 4, 36
247
Bt-Cotton
Banking performance 35
414
Bureaucracy
128, 380 Caste identity
445
Business ethics
128, 253 Causality
386
Business process outsourcing
303, 305, 348, 357, Cement consumption
374, 422, 455 271

Call centres Cement export


305 271

Call money market rate Cement production


74 271

Capability approach Chhattisgarh


447 407

Capacity building Child labour


341 362, 365

Capacity utilisation Child nutrition


326 233, 235

Capital Child survival


367 122

Capital account convertibility China


400 5, 163, 183, 204, 274,
288, 324, 452, 470, 503
Capital adequecy norms
61 Citizens Report
434
Capital expenditure
112 City transport
498
Capital flow
320, 321, 394 Civil society
300, 431
Capital Formation
23, 328 Climate change
210
Capital market
178, 223, 225, 227, Clustering
328, 329, 381, 390 224

Capitalism Co-operation movement


368 124

Case study Co-operatives


30, 402, 429 108

Cashew exports Coal


258 208

Cashew production Coconut production


258 34

Caste differences Coffee exports


259 315

Coffee production Consumer electronics


58, 259 269

Coir products export Consumption


260 470

Cold storages Contract farming


56 21, 37, 257

Colonial India Cooperative credit


252 106

Colonial period Cooperative movement


367, 403 123

Commodity prices Core inflation


470 297

Common property resources Corporate control


403 126

Community based rural Corporate finance


development 88
441
Corporate governance
Community health 73, 79, 80, 125, 128,
499 130

Community information centres Corporate leverage


309 69

Community participation Corporate mangement


121, 410 128

Community rights Corporate sector


212 82, 88, 174

Comparative study Corporate social responsibility


345 128

Competition Corporate takeovers


79 126

Competition commission Corruption


438 434

Competition law Cost of cultivation


438 38

Computer industry Costs


306 132

Conditional variance Cotton cooperatives


74 40

Conservation Cotton marketing


52 40

Consumer education Cotton seed production


39 113

Credit Delhi
243 347

Credit cards Demand for gold


97 286

Credit concentration Demand for kerosene


66 207

Credit deposit ratio Demand side financing


27 237

Credit flow Desalination


295 214

Credit growth Developing countries


95 10, 158, 210, 213, 239,
323, 325, 326, 380, 401,
Credit rating 490
73, 78, 295
Development
Credit standard 447
219
Development banking
Credit, rural 64
108
Development economics
Cropping pattern 145
48
Digital divide
Cross-country analysis 311
292
Dirinking water
Cross-national study 214
239
Disability statistics
Cultural transformation 453
305
Disabled population
Customer relations menagement 366, 453
307
Disaster management
Cyclones 522
522
Disinvestment
Dairy farmers 437
33
Displacement
Data envelopment analysis 156, 337, 338, 439, 440
62, 251
Dispute reduction
Debt market 378
178, 398
Distribution
Decentralisation 244
121, 170, 380, 382,
433 Dropout rates
190
Deficit reduction
Drought affected areas 195
232
Education level
Drug production 349, 357
274
Education subsidy
Duty free imports 189
477
Educational attainment
E-governance 235
231, 312
Efficiency wages
Econometric analysis 350
47, 90
Efficient market hypothesis
Economic development 220
123, 177, 219, 310
Electronic data interchange
Economic efficiency 302
41
Elementary education
Economic forecasting 187, 193, 195
140, 165
Emerging market economies
Economic growth 161
85, 151, 152, 154,
179, 183, 211, 288, 323, Empirical analysis
325, 362, 394, 455, 488 16, 70, 134, 217, 468

Economic history Empirical model


252 493

Economic impact Employment


138 53, 111, 171, 348, 353,
355, 366, 470, 521
Economic indicators
153, 168 Employment guarantee scheme
355, 356, 359
Economic policy
179 Empowerment
186, 381
Economic reforms
11, 155, 175, 181, Empowerment index
320, 345, 449, 472 186

Economic stability Energy consumption


143 210, 213

Economic sustainability Energy security


55 199, 200

Economics teaching Engineering education


142 301

Education Engineering exports


111, 425, 455 266

Education expenditure Enrollment rate


192, 197, 449 194

Education financing Enrollment ratio


190 401, 475

Entrepreneurship Exports
183 180, 326, 468, 483, 484

Entrepreneurship development Factor Modelling


209, 404 140

Environment Factor productivity


52, 54, 287, 508 1, 91

Environmental degradation Family planning


213 238

Environmental goods trade Farmer households


476 14

Environmental impact Female literacy


214 185, 186

Environmental policy Female-headed households


212 6

Equilibria Finance Commissions


132, 135 433

Error-correction mechanism Financial crises


165 181

Ethical issues Financial inclusion


253 81

Ethnic communities Financial intermediation


448 88

European business community Financial market


252 178

Evaluation Financial performance analysis


429 280

Exchange rate Financial ratios


85, 320, 388, 391, 127
394, 396, 397
Financial sector reforms
Exchange rate management 64, 219
64
Financial services
Export model 101, 102
326
Financial structure
Export Processing Zones 88
491
Finanical institutions
Export promotion 60
351
Fiscal decentralisation
Export structure 433
472
Fiscal deficit
Export subsidy 64, 111, 112, 394
Fiscal policy Foreign remittance
392 138

Flower farming Forest area


41 53, 54

Flower marketing Forest extraction


41 55

Fodder production Forest rights bill


32 212

Food processing industry Forex market


56 391, 392

Food safety Free trade


24 488

Food security Free trade agreement


13, 20 182

Foodgrains availability Freight charges


432 463

Foodgrains off-take Futures market


432 37, 40, 227

Foodgrains production GARCH model


20 224

Foodgrains trade Garment exports


24 277

Forecasting GATT agreement


226 494

Foregin investment GDP growth


460 160, 175

Foreig trade statistics Gender


485 52, 243

Foreign exchange market Gender development index


388 188

Foreign exchange regulation Generic drugs


393 276

Foreign exchange reserves Genetically modified crops


399 2

Foreign institutional investors Geographical indications


64, 321, 328, 329, 480
330, 332
Geography education
Foreign investment 229
96, 111, 155, 162,
163, 319, 320, 321, 322, Global finance
323, 324, 325, 327, 329, 161
330, 331, 384, 472, 489
Global information society Gujarat
311 257, 293, 294, 345, 414

Global markets Handloom sector


315 281

Globalisation Hans Singer


80, 157, 159, 166, 145
296, 327, 370, 374
Haribad project
Goa 339
403
Haryana
Godavari irrigation project 382
336
Health
Gold demand 243, 425
285
Health care expenditure
Gold prices 236, 239, 449
285
Health care financing
Good governance 237
431
Health sector reforms
Governance 238
133, 173
Hetroskedastivity
Government finances 224
151
High finance
Government policy 68
2, 351
Higher education
Government securities 147, 189, 196
225
Himachal Pradesh
Granger causality 6
325
Himalayan region
Gravity model 52
478
HIV
Grievance redressal 240
360
Hong Kong Ministerial
Groundnut production 401, 465, 469, 474, 475,
43 490

Groundwater depletion Hong Kong Ministerialmeet


417 471

Groundwater estimates Horticultural crops


333 56

Growth monitoring Horticulture


234 8

Growth rate Household consumption


175 207
Household economy India-China trade
138 158

Household industry India-SAARC trade


377 478

Households Indian banking


250 98

Human capital Indian Millennium Deposits


247 389

Human development Indo-Bangladesh trade


245, 519 477

Human development index Indo-US nuclear accord


244, 248 199, 203

Human development measurement Indo-US trade


244, 246 483

Human resources Industrial clusters


89 167

Human rights Industrial estates


137 254

ICDS programme Industrial growth


187 177, 251

ICT Industrial policy


309, 319, 323 150, 489

Immunisation Industrial production


122 94

Impact assessment Industrial relations


5 352

Import demand Industrial revolution


261 346

Imports Industrial tariff


483, 484 471

Incentives Industrialisation
135 367, 508

Income Inequality
386 246

Indebtedness Inflation
14 144

Independent bank Inflation management


105 297

India-China comparison Inflation measurement


153, 154, 162, 168, 297
184
Informal market
445
Intellectual property rights
Informal sector 164, 308, 422, 423, 424
171, 521
Inter-bank trade settlement
Information and communication 228
technology
430, 511 Inter-state analysis
245
Information asymmetry
102 Interest rate
84, 85, 99, 399
Information society
300 Intermediation
102
Information technology
149, 166, 183, 343, International accounting standards
346, 348, 374 80

Information technology Use International banking statistics


344 93

Infrastructure Intrahousehold allocation


183, 184 243

Infrastructure delivery Investment


380 160, 172

Infrastructure financing Investment credit


399 28

Initital public offering Irrigated area


223 47

Input demand Irrigation


51 117, 406

Installed capacity Irrigation management


205 418

Institutional credit Islamic banking


27 76

Institutional reforms IT industry


172 269, 502

Insurance charges IT market


463 280

Insurance products Italy


318 68

Integrated child development Jammu and Kashmir


scheme 516
121
Jharkhand
Intellectual capital 411
342
Job reservation
Intellectual capital measurement 159, 448
342
Job satisfaction
383 Leader power
383
Kanpur
252 Lease market
25, 379
Karnataka
20, 192, 263, 369, Least developed countries
378 481

Kerosene consumption Leather industry


207 351

Khari river Leverage effect


413 224

Knowledge economy Lexicographic goal programming


146, 147, 149, 164, 17
166, 346, 349, 374
Life insurance
Knowledge management 317
164, 167
Liquidity
Knowledge process outsourcing 96, 221, 389, 390
166
Liquidity adjustment facility
Knowledge workers 74
346
Liquidity cost
Kuznet's curve 225
362
Liquidity risk
Labour force 60, 398
149
Literacy trends
Labour market 190
343, 350, 357, 368
Livelihood
Labour movements 174, 359, 375, 427, 522
361
Livestock production
Labour reforms 57
184
Livestock trade
Labour relations 57
360, 361, 373
Local administration
Labour unions 403
361
Local communities
Land records computerisation 402
378
Local government
Land reforms 503
180
Local governments
Land use 433
16, 53
Local initiatives
Latin America 191
429
Local institutions Merchandise export
52 463

Macro model Mergers and acquisitions


165 126

Macroeconomic simulation Methodology


141 132

Macroeconomics Metro cities


317 504

Madhya Pradesh Mexico


8, 339 246

Maharashtra Microcredit
54, 381 107, 515

Malaysia Microenterprise development


55 294

Malnutrition Microfinance
232, 233, 234 63, 65, 71, 72, 83,
101, 102
Manufacturing sector
171 Mid-day meal scheme
235
Marginal farms
26 Milk procurement
33
Market access
158, 475 Milk production
31, 32
Market segementation
316 Milleniam Development Goals
103
Market share
268 Millennium Development Goals
170
Market size
318 Minimum support price
43
Markov probability model
48 Mizoram
441, 500
Mathematical analysis
49 Mobile phone industry
459
Mathematical model
51, 86, 91, 155, Model split
261, 306, 310 497

Medical tourism Monetarism


462 181

Medici Bank Monetary policy


68 70, 85, 86, 96, 321

Medicinal plants Money


22 386
Money demend Non-government finance companies
387 129, 255

Money market Non-governmental organisations


390, 391, 392, 395 451

Monitoring Non-performing assets


344 29, 69, 75, 100, 104

Monitoring and evaluation Non-tariff barriers


363 464

Mortality NREG Act


239 344, 355, 356, 358, 359,
363
Multilateralism
495 NREP
354
Multinational drug companies
276 NSSO survey
14
Mumbai
506, 507 Nuclear energy
203, 208
Mutual funds
215, 216 Occupational category
138
Natural disaster
139 Occupational distribution
250
Natural gas
208 Ocean energy
198
Natural resource management
404, 405 Onion export
44
Naxal movement
156 Organizational commitment
383
NEER
397 Orissa
27, 195, 201, 202, 287,
Neo-liberalism 313, 440, 522
345, 373
Out migration
New trade theory 138
488
Output-inflation
Non-agricultural market access 144
401, 465, 469, 474,
475 Ownership pattern
126
Non-conventional energy sources
198 Paint prices
278
Non-farm employment
377 Paint production
278
Non-farm income
516 Pakistan
96, 220, 386
Panchayati Raj Institutions Political economy
137, 344, 382 177

Participatory irrigation Political mobilisation


management 445
336
Politics
Participatory notes 137, 176
329
Pollution
Patent Act 508
424
Pondicherry
Patents 32, 47
164, 275, 276
Population growth
Peasant migration 136, 211
25
Port development
Pension fund management 313
450
Posco project
Pension funds 287
452
Positive discrimination
People's participation 448
52, 354
Post-colonial Science
Persistence 442
135
Post-MFA exports
Petroleum import 282
484
Post-reform period
PFRDA 296, 297
450
Potato production
Pharmaceutical industry 45
424
Poverty
Philippines 5, 7
124
Poverty assessment
Plan allocation 429
197
Poverty eradication
Plastic Industry 309
445
Poverty reduction
Polavaram project 72, 107
338
Poverty targeting
Policy matrix 429
8
Poverty, states
Policy simulations 428
165
Poverty, urban
Policy space 426, 428
150
Power generation
205 Productivity
34, 283
Power requirement
208 Profitability ratio
129
Power sector reforms
201, 202, 204, 206 Protected area management
402
Powerloom sector
281 Protection
464, 467
Price elasticity
286 Public distribution system
207
Price incentives
10 Public expenditure
434
Price indices
94 Public health
242
Prices
85, 151, 386, 387, Public limited companies
397 82

Primary education Public policy


187, 191, 194 242

Primary health centres Public sector banks


238 92

Priority sector lending Public sector enterprises


95 236, 360

Private corporate sector Public sector revival


129 436

Private public partnership Public transport


21, 230, 241, 409, 498
502
Pulses exports
Private sector 46
236
Pulses production
Privatisation 46
407, 437
Punjab
Pro-poor growth 18
362
Purchasing power parity
Product competition 396
315
Quality of education
Product pricing 191
316
Quality of life
Production function 244
51
R&D
Productive efficiency 208, 275
256
R&D expenditure 440
149, 349
Resource depletion
R&D investment 55
167
Resource governance
Rail infrastructure 52
313
Resource mobilisation
Rail transport 441
497
Retail banking
Random walk hypothesis 67, 95
220
Retailing
Recycling industry 384
445
Retrenchment
Redistribution 350
177
Returns in investment
REER 1
397
Rice cultivation
Refrigerators sales 1
272
Rice production
Regional disparities 47
27, 67
Right to information Act
Regional distribution 298
29
Right to work
Regional rural banks 355, 356, 358, 359, 375
67, 89, 92
Risk management
Regional trade agreement 60, 61
262
Road transport
Regional trade blocks 497
479, 495
Rubber consumption
Regulatory authority 59
438
Rubber import
Regulatory challenges 59
77
Rubber prices
Renewable energy sources 59
200
Rubber production
Reproductive health 59
237, 512
Rubber products export
Reservation policy 262
159
Rupee convertibility
Reserve Bank of India 400
105
Rural areas
Resettlement policy
180, 290, 309, 376, 172
427, 456, 523
Securitization
Rural banks 78
30
Self-employed
Rural development 375
118
Self-help groups
Rural market 63, 101, 103, 107, 304,
385 500, 514, 517

Rural telephony Sericulture


458, 460 263

Rural women Services export


520 493

Russia Services growth


96 171

S&T manpower Settlement system


167 228

SAARC countries Shipping history


478, 486 279

SAARC declaration Shipping tonnage


169 279

SAFTA Skill upgradation


486 155, 370

Sand mining Slapin river basin


417 411

Sanitation Small dams


233 337, 339, 340, 419

Sardar Sarovar project Small farmers


337 26

Savings Small scale industry


172 90

Savings, household Small scale industry employment


317 293

Scheduled tribes Small scale industry growth


194 293

Schooling SME financing


362 295

Science studies SMEs


442 383

Seasonal factors Social aspects


94 209

Sectoral GDP growth Social capital


304 248, 435

Social changes State intervention


131 353, 373

Social development index Statistical analysis


446 286

Social indicators Steel consumption


153 289, 291, 292

Social justice Steel demand


492 288, 290

Social sector expenditure Steel production


248, 446, 449 288, 289

Social security laws Stock flow


371 143

Socio-economic aspects Stock indices


156 217

Socio-economic benefits Stock market


369 217, 220, 222, 227

Socio-economic impact Stock market integration


522 218

Socio-economic status Stock market reforms


299 221

Soft loan scheme Stock prices


56 332

Software exports Strategic banking variables


280, 493 100

Software industry Structural reforms


269 175

Solar energy Subsidy


198 207

South Asia Sugar production


138, 222, 233, 362, 264
425, 427
Sugar supply
South East Asia 264
289
Sugarcane production
Special Economic Zone 49
482, 491
Supply response
Sri Lanka 10
467
Supply shifters
Stakeholders 10
300
Supply side financing
State government finances 237
Sustainable agriculture Telecom regulation
7, 15, 17 457

Sustainable development Teledensity


405 456, 458

Sutlej-Yamuna link canal Tenancy


335 379

SWOT analysis Textile exports


8 282

Tamil Nadu Textile trade


9, 16, 301, 334, 282
415
Time varying parameters
Tank irrigation 165
334
Total factor productivity
Tariffs 430
461
Trade
Tax credit system 94, 151, 157
273
Trade cooperation
Tax reforms 478, 479
120
Trade deficit
Taxation 483, 485
111
Trade determinants
Tea exports 493
265, 467
Trade dispute settlement
Tea industry 495
467
Trade facilitation
Tea production 302, 471
265
Trade in services
Technical education 401, 469
343
Trade liberalisation
Technical efficiency 31, 464
256
Trade marks
Technological change 480
310
Trade off
Technological choice 144
281
Trade policy
Technology 150, 182
79, 357
Trade policy reforms
Technology transfer 472, 489
158, 491
TRAI
Telecom pricing 457
461
Transaction cost
102 Urban development
505
Transitional economies
131 Urban governance
503, 506, 507
Transportation
56 Urban Land Ceiling Act
509
Tribal areas
238 Urban local bodies
381
Tribal education
499, 501 Urban renewal
505
TRIPs
11, 275, 423, 475, Urban renewal mission
480, 481 426

Turnover liquidity adjustment Urban services


facility 504
398
Urbanisation
Two child norm 504
137
User cost
Two-wheelers production 497
270
Uttar Pradesh
Under development 17
156
Value added tax
Under pricing 273, 454, 467
223
Value at risk
Underdevelopment 61, 398
313
Value of passenger time
Undernutrition 497
121
Values
Unemployment 128, 134
345
VAR model
UNICEF 141, 218
122
Variance ratio test
Unit Root Test 220, 222
217, 236, 396
VECMX forgetting
Universal banking 140
77
Vegetable exports
Unorganised sector 42
347
Vegetable production
Unorganised Sector Worker's Bill 42
451
Vehicle operating cost
Urban areas 497
193
Village electricity committees West Bengal
202 41, 107, 322, 345, 353,
354
Vocational training
370, 521 Wheat import
50
Volatility
398 Wheat prices
50
Volatility estimation
226 Wild life conservation
402
Volatility models
226 Wind energy
198, 208
Wage employment
354 Women empowerment
294, 511
Wage goods
10 Women entrepreneurs
518, 523
Wage structure
89 Women's contribution
516
Washing machines sales
272 Women's education
510
Wastelands transfor
174 Women's employment
376, 510
Water demand
418 Women's empowerment
63, 188, 510, 512, 514,
Water disputes 515, 519, 524
335, 406, 408, 411,
412, 413, 414, 415, 421 Women's health care
513
Water harvesting
410 Women's participation
299, 341, 420
Water quality
413, 416, 420 Women's wages
376
Water resources
13 Women's work
520
Water scarcity
409, 418 Worker's union
364
Water use
333, 408, 418 Workforce, rural
353
Watershed development
7, 15, 341 Working conditions
352
Welfare schemes
114, 372 World Bank programmes
173
Wellbeing
447 World economic development
178
World economy
151, 152

WTO
31, 182, 262, 464,
465, 468, 474, 475, 481,
495

WTO rules
487
AUTHOR INDEX
Abbas, Kalbe.
386 Aiyar, Yamini.
344
Abraham, Itty.
442 Ajith Kumar, C.E.
34
Abraham, Ronald Joseph.
153 Akhtar, Aasim Sajjad.
139
Abraham, Vinoj.
343 Alagh, Yoginder K.
53
Acharya, Akash.
137 Ananat, T.C.A.
438
Acharya, Viral V.
60 Ananth, G.S.
1
Achoth, Lalita.
1, 47 Anbumani, V.
460
Addison, Tony.
319 Andvig, Jens Chr.
131
Adhikary, Maniklal.
387 Anitha, V.
402
Adusumilli, Ravi Babu.
291, 482 Annapoorani, R.
185
Aeon, Aditi.
512 Antony, Valsamma.
510
Afza, Mainuddin.
383 Arabi, U.
511
Agarwal, Aman.
140 Arun Kumar
109
Agarwal, Ranjana.
299 Arunachalam, V.S.
208, 455
Agarwal, Vijay.
277 Arya, Anita.
257
Agrawal, Arun.
52 Asher, Manshi.
287
Ahmad, Khan Masood.
217 Asher, Mukul.
450
Ahmed, Shahid.
217, 251 Ashraf, Shahid.
217, 512
AHN, Pong-Sul.
138 Ashrit, Radha R.
513
Ahuja, Manoj.
378
Atibudhi, H.N. Bhardwaj, Anshu.
27 208

Bagchi, Amiya Kumar. Bhargava, Pradeep.


345 183

Baghamar, Manju. Bhartesh, K.R.


24 342

Bahng, Joshua S. Bharwada, Charul.


218 174

Balasubramaniam, C.S. Bhat, Ramesh.


125 236

Balasubramanian, R. Bhatia, M.R. et al.


16 237

Bandyopadhyay, A.K. Bhattacharjee, Subhomoy.


342 110

Banerjee, Debdas. Bhattacharya, Subir.


346 288

Banerjee, Rahul. Bhawani, L.


176 232

Banerjee, Sikha. Bhogal, T.S.


31 20

Bardhan, Pranab. Bhole, L.M.


132, 380 82, 123

Barman, S.C. Bhullar, A.S.


45 18

Basu, Moushumi. Bhushan, Sudhanshu.


347 147

Basu, Santonu. Bidari, D.


219 441

Basu, Udayan Kumar. Binil Kumar, A.S.


61 402

Bathla, Seema. Biradar, R.R.


464 348

Beegam, S.Resia. Bose, Ashish.


215 499

Berg,Ernst. Bose, Shekhar.


51 261

Bezborah, Pranjal. Calara, Maria Socorro.


146 124

Bhanumurthy, N.R. Carcanholo, Marcelo Dias.


388 179

Bhanushali, Kishor. Chakrabarti, Manali.


453 252
Chakraborty, Debesh. Chawla, Gaurav.
310 62

Chakraborty, Indrani. Chhikara, M.S.


320 209

Chakraborty, Madhumita. Chinoy, Merzi.


220 273

Chakraborty, Shouvik. Chitlangi, B.M.


111 170

Chakravarti, Rajkesh. Chkravorty, Sanjukta.


62 41

Chakravarty, P.K. Chojer, Ruchi.


148 126

Chakravarty, Paula. Chokkar, Jagdeep S.


300 431

Chandavarkar, Anand. Chowdary, T.H.


286 456

Chandrakavate, M.S. Clarke, Matthew.


63 210

Chandrappa, D. Correa, Romar.


263 143

Chandrasekhar, C.P. D'Cruz, Sharon.


64, 149, 321, 349 403

Chang, Ha-Joon. D'Souza, Errol.


150 112, 350

Changappa, P.G. Damodaran, Sumangala.


1 351

Chatre, Ashwini. Das, Abhiman.


52 90

Chatterjee, Biswajit. Das, Bikash Chandra.


252 201

Chatterjee, Shoutir Kishore. Das, Binayak.


244 407

Chattopadhyay, Suhas. Das, Kasturi.


322 2

Chaturvedi, Sachin. Das, Keshab.


158 313

Chaubey, P.K. Das, Panchanan.


142 345

Chaudhury, Prosenjit Dey. Dasgupta, R.


497 65

Chauhan, Malavika. Dasgupta, Sukti.


406 171
Fan, Shenggen.
Dash, Bikash Chandra. 5
202
Foster, James E.
Dash, Ranjan Kumar. 246
221
Fuller, C.J.
Date, Vidyadhar. 301
352
Gadage, R.S.
David, Maria Betriz de 432
Albuquerque.
180 Ganatra, Rachna G.
302
De Greiff, A. Alexis.
443 Gandhi, G.P.
46, 258, 267
Deene, Shivkumar.
78 Ganewatta, Gaminda et al.
467
Desai, Bhupat M.
28 Gaur, Achal Kumar.
468
Deshpande, Smitha.
459 George, Tharian.
262
Dhadli, T.K.
428 Gholami, Roghieh.
323
Dhankar, R.S.
222 Ghosal, Ratan Kumar.
353
Dhar, Biswajit.
465 Ghosh, Asha.
502
Dharmadhikary, Shripad.
333, 339 Ghosh, D.N.
68, 324
Dhillon, Sharanjit S.
245 Ghosh, Dilip Kumar.
354
Dhote, Sonali.
40 Ghosh, Jayati.
355, 356
Dilip Babu, J.
15 Ghosh, Probal P.
141
Drope, Jeffrey M.
466 Ghosh, Saibal.
69, 70, 86
Dubey, Muchkund.
401 Ghosh, Saurabh.
223
Dutta, Ratanajyoti.
3 Ghosh, Sudeshna.
186
Dutta, Ratnajyoti.
4, 50 Giehler, Thorsten.
71
Dutta, S.K.
66 Gill, Kaveri.
445
Gill, Rajesh. Hansen, Henrick.
133 325

Godse, Vasant. Hansen, Wendy L.


314 466

Goetz, Anne-Marie. Haque, Serajul.


238 515

Gohil, D.C. Hari Ram.


293 230

Gopinath, Shyamala. Hashmi, Mobina.


393 303

Gopinathreddy, M. Haupt, Ulrike.


238 72

Goyal, Ashima. Henry, Carla.


357 429

Goyal, S.K. Heshmati, Almas.


51 249, 323

Gragnolati, Michele. et al. Hirway, Indira.


121 359, 451

Guha-Khasnobis, Basudeb. Holvoet, Nathalie.


155, 319 243

Gujja, Biksham et al. Hu, Yu-Wei.


408 452

Gulekar, Aparna. Huang, Yasheng.


54, 198 154

Gupta, Ankur. Husain, Fazal.


422 386

Gupta, Krishna K. Hussain, Monirul.


106 439

Gupta, M.L. IIyas, S.M.


514 7

Gupta, Namita. Illiyan, Asherf.


514 266

Gupta, Smita. Irani, J.J.


358 128

Gupta, Sonika. Islam, Nazrul Mohd.


6 45

Gurumurthy, Anita. Jacob, K.K.


311 360

Guruswamy, Mohan. Jagannathan, N. Vijay.


153 409

Hamsalakshmi, R. Jagota, Mukesh.


280 436
Jahanmohan, K.R. et al. Joshi, Vijay.
9 394

Jain, Maina. Joy, K.J.


187 337

Jain, Nishant. Jyothi, S. Hyma.


236 57

Jain, Sunil. Kachroo, Jyoti.


457 516

Jairath, Jasveen. Kacker, Loveleen.


416 517

Jaiswal, Rajesh. Kakker, Rajendra.


207 75

Janardhan. Kambhampati, Uma S.


275, 482 362

Jayadev, M. Kanagaaraj, M.
73 334

Jayakumar, N. Kanagaraj, Easwaran.


415 500

Jayalakshmi, K. Kantor, Paula.


238 294

Jayaraman, T. Kanwar, Sunil.


199 10

Jena, Manipadma. Kaplinsky, Raphael.


440 470

Jha, Praveen. Kapoor, Ravi Shankar.


361 114

Jha, Rajiv. Kar, Saibal.


326 155

Jha, Veena. Karmaker, K.G.


469 11

Jhamtani, Anita. Karmaker, Madhusudan.


372 224

Joseph, Joby. Karthikeyan, K.


262 57

Joseph, Toms. Kashwan, Prakash.


262 410

Joshi, A.S. Kataria, Neela.


18 76

Joshi, Himanshu. Kataria, Parveen.


74 253

Joshi, Seema. Katti, Vijay.


449 471
Kaul, Ajay. Kulkarni, Manu N.
203 122

Kaul, Reeta. Kumar, Anil.


285 518

Kaundal, R.K. Kumar, Arya.


472 523

Kaur, Inder Pal. Kumar, Praduman.


211 250

Kaur, Jaspreet. Kumar, S.


245 232

Kejriwal, O.P. Kumaran, D.P.


298 441

Khandelwal, A.K. Kumaravelu, P.


77 47

Khurana, Indira. Kundu, Amit.


335 364

Kohli, Anju. Kuruganti, Kavitha.


188 36

Kondaiah, Chukka. Lal, Meera.


404 304

Kothari, Rajesh. Lal, Pankaj.


189 411

Koulagi, A.K. Lalrinliana, Joseph.


26 500

Kranthi, K.R. et al. Lalvani, Mala.


35 381

Krishna, Anirudh. Lathika, M.


425 34

Krishnamurthy, S. Lee, Jong-Wha.


315 473

Krishnamurty, J. Lee, Sang-Yong Tom.


363 323

Kshirsagar, G.K. Leeladhar, V.


56 79, 80, 81

Kubendran, V. Lele, S.N.


462 336

Kujur, Rajat Kumar. Lenka, J.


156 157

Kukherjee, Dipa. Li-I, Wei.


190 289

Kukkudi, Jagannath B. Lieten, G.K.


78 365
Liew, Khim-Sen Venus. Meguire, James W.
144 239

Lopez-Calva, Luis F. Mehrotra, Santosh.


246 233

Madheswaran, S. Mehta, Pradeep S.


369 474

Mahajan, Vinay. Mehta, Ruchira.


174 475

Mahakud, Jitendra. Menon, Ajit.


82 212

Mahal, Nahar S. Menon, T.G.K.


273 12

Mahanta, Anjana. Miller, Willam L.


412 134

Mahanta, Chandan. Mishra, Ajit.


412 135

Majumdar, Manabi. Mishra, Arvind Kumar.


191 385

Mallick, M. Mishra, Nripendra K.


157 281

Mandal, Ram Krishna. Mishra, Satyabrata.


136 240

Manicham, M. Mishra, Vinod.


280 306

Manickavasagam, R. Mitra, Amit.


272 115

Mannava, Sailaja. Mitra, P.K.


268 247

Mathrani, Sunil. Mitra, Siddhartha.


204 498

Mathur, Somesh K. Mitra, Sophie.


251 366

Mavrotas, George. Mitra, Subhashis.


319 426

Mazumder, Ritwik. Mitra, Tushar Kanti.


387 519

McKibbin, J. Mohan, Rakesh.


473 29, 84, 85, 248, 504

McMillin, Divya C. Mohanty, Jeevan Prakash.


305 153

Meera, S.N. Mohanty, S.K.


279 158
Mohanty, Subhransubala. Narayana, N.S.S.
423 141

Moitra, M.K. Narayanamoorthy, A.


290 14

Moodie, Rob. Narayanana, M.R.


241 192

Mookherjee, Dilip. Natchimuthu, K.


380 32

Mudrakartha, Srinivas. Nath, Golaka C.


413 225

Mujumdar, N.A. Ninan, T.N.


13 160

Mukherjee, Chandan. Nirmala Devi, T.


476 446

Mukherji, Indra Nath. Oommen, M.A.


477 433

Mukhopadhyay, Asish. Ourti, Tom Van.


367 493

Mukhopadhyay, Partha. Pal, Parthapratim.


505 64

Muraleedharan, P.K. Palit, Amitendu.


402 116

Murty, G.R.K. Palma, Gabriel.


159 181

Mustain Billah, A.H.M. Pandey, Ajay.


55 226

Muthappan, P.K. Pandey, Alok Kumar.


307 468

Nachane, D.M. Pandey, Rahul.


86 200

Nag, Biswajit. Pangare, Ganesh.


478 407

Nanda, Paramjit. Pant, Devendra Kumar.


479 207

Nandi, Anisha. Paranjape, Suhas.


478 337

Narasaiah, M. Lakshmi. Park, Young Chul.


480 473

Narasimhan, Haripriya. Parwez, Shahid.


301 48

Narayan, Paresh Kumar. Patel, I.G.


396 286
Pathe, Abhay. Radha Krishnan, S.
506 216

Patil, R.H. Radhamma, S.


227 254

Patil, R.K. Raha, Subir.


336 128

Patnaik, Ila. Raikar, Avinash.


437 403

Patnaik, Prabhat. Raikhy, P.S.


368 479

Pattnaik, R.K. Raj, Francis.


297 137

Pattnaik, Satyanarayana. Raj, Solomon D.


240 508

Paul, Samuel. Rajan, Nalini.


434 308

Penm, J.H.W. Rajan, Raji.


140 362

Pethe, Abhay. Rajasekhar, D.


381 369

Porattoor, Philip Varughese. Rajbir Singh.


231 382

Pouchepparadjou, A. Rajgopal, A.
47 415

Prabhu, Chandrashekhar. Raju, K. Atchuta.


507 15

Prabhu, Suresh. Rakshit, Mihir.


128 87, 328

Pradhan, Rudra Prakash. Ram Mohan, R.V.


125, 327 338

Prakash, Anjal. Ram Mohan, T.T.


414 329

Pramod, Kumar. et al. Ramachandran, Vimala.


44 193

Prasad, Amit. Ramanjaneyulu, G.V.


444 36

Prasad, Kapildeo. Ramanjaneyulu, M.


411 213

Praveen Kumar. Ramasastri, A.S.


474 88

Purkayastha, Prabir. Ramasundaram, P.


458 40
Ramasundaram, P. et al. Rao, M. Chandrasekhara.
37, 38, 39 417

Ramaswamy, C. Rao, M.B.N.


16 316

Ramesh Kumar, D.R. Rao, N.


454 275, 482

Rameshan, P. Rao, N.Janardhan.


282 274, 291

Ramkumar, S. Rao, S.V.N.


32 32

Rand, John. Rastogi, Rajiv.


325 269

Rangnekar, Dwijen. Rathun, Kate.


424 241

Rani, P. Jansi. Ray, C.K.


185 234

Rao, B. Dayakar. Ray, Partha.


57 86

Rao, B.H. Venkateswara. Reddy, A. Amarender.


271 91, 92, 250

Rao, B.K.S. Prakash. Reddy, K.Srinath.


271 242

Rao, C. Niranjan. Reddy, M. Sudershan.


481 15

Rao, C.H. Hanumantha. Reddy, V.K.


117 283

Rao, Ch.Sambasiva. Reddy, Y.V.


309 130, 161, 430

Rao, D. Pulla. Redkar, Soumil B.


194 261

Rao, D.V. Subba. Rehmat.


334 339

Rao, Dayakar. Restall, Hugo.


48 162

Rao, Dinkar. Rigg, Jonathan.


89 427

Rao, J. Rama. Robeyns, Ingrid.


416 447

Rao, K.Chandra Sekhara. Rollo, Paula de Andrade.


216 180

Rao, K.S. Ramachandra. Rout, Sarit Kumar.


90 195
Roy, Mohua. Sarma, I.R.S.
95 283

Roy, Siddhartha. Satapathy, C.


228 487

Roy, Sikhanwita. Sathye, Milind.


310 98

Roy, Sunando. Satish, D.


398 459

Rudolph, Matthew C.J. Satya Narayan, I.


163 278

Sadhak, H. Satya Sundaram, I.


317 43, 59, 259, 260, 270

Saggar, Mridul. Sen, Partha.


96 330

Sahey, A. Sen, Sunanda.


209 488

Saini, Debi S. Sengupta, Suchita.


370, 371 292

Saluja, S.K. Shafaeddin, S.M.


292 489

Sama, R.K. Shailaja, D.


414 334

Samantaraya, Amresh. Shalendra.


297 17

Sambamoorthi, Usha. Shanbhag, A.N.


366 99

Samji, Salimah. Shanmukham, P.S.


344 318

Samra, Alka. Sharma, H.R.


188 379

Samra, Anju. Sharma, J.K.


188 19

Sandeep Kumar. Sharma, Manohar.


49 429

Sant, Atul K. Sharma, Manoranjan.


97 295

Saradana, Vijay. Sharma, Meena.


24 100

Sarkar, Abhirup. Sharma, Nishi.


177 372

Sarkar, Debnarayan. Sharma, Pritee.


41, 107 495
Sharma, R. Singh, Jaivir.
164 438

Sharma, R.K. Singh, Kamaldeo.


6, 343 411

Sharma, Shveta. Singh, Nagesh.


211 118

Sharma, Shyam Sunder Prasad. Singh, Nandita.


418 340, 419

Shekhar, Shishir. Singh, Parminder Jeet.


207 311

Sheth, Jatin. Singh, Phundan.


413 40

Shome, Parathasarathi. Singh, Simpreet.


172 509

Shyam sunder, K.R. Singh, Surjit.


373 166

Sidhu, M.S. Singh, Ummed.


428 372

Sidhu, R.S. Singhal, L.B.


18, 49 491

Sikarwar, Deepshikha. Sinha, Archana.


490 420

Singh, A.P. Sinha, Chandan.


378 340, 419

Singh, Ajit. Sinha, Gouranga.


171 519

Singh, Alka. Sinha, Rajesh.


376 421

Singh, Amarendra P. Sisodia, N.S. et al.


19 101

Singh, Arvind Kumar. Sisodiya, Amit Singh.


90 268

Singh, Baij Nath. Sivakumar, S.D.


520 16

Singh, Balwant. Sivamurugan, C.


165 460

Singh, Charan. Sridhar, C.R.


399 276

Singh, Gajendra. Srinath, J.


20 413

Singh, H.P. Srinivasan, Aravindan.


42 312
Sriram, M.S. Tandon, Rameshwar.
102, 108 145

Sriram, T.V. Tannan, Komal.


3, 21, 265 22

Srivastava, R.K. Tannan, S.K.


184 22

Srivastava, Ravi S. Terrell, Deane.


281 140

Stiglitz, Joseph. Tewari, S.K.


492 17

Subbaiah, A. Tharakan, P.K.M.


30 493

Subrahmanian, K.K. Thimmarayappa, R.


175 58

Sud, Surinder. Thirunavukkarasu, D.


119 33

Sudarsan, P.K. Thomas, Jayan Jose.


461 374

Sudarshan, Ratna M. Thomas, Manoj T.


521 405

Sudeepkumar, N.K. Thorat, Usha.


33 103

Sudhaman, K.R. Tilak, Jandhyala B.G.


120 196, 197

Sudhaman, K.S. Tongia, Rahul.


400 208

Sumanjeet. Toor, M.S.


221 428

Sundararaj, R. Trivedi, Pushpa.


30 495

Sunny, Yemuna. Umesh, K.B.


229 263

Swain, Mamata. Umesh, P.


522 416

Swain, Mrutyunjay. Ummiti, Hemantha Kumar.


522 341

Swapna, Kole. Unni, Jeemol.


523 375

Szekely, Miguel. Unnikrishnan, N.K.


246 88

Tandon, G.L. Upadhyaya, Sumit.


284 206
Van Beveren, Ilke. Wilson, Kalpana.
493 173

Varshney, Ashutosh. Zaheer, Feroz.


168 274, 275

Vasam, Anand Kumar. Zeller, Manfred.


104 429

Vasudevachary, A.K.
23, 501

Vasudevan, A.
332

Vasudevan, Deepa.
450

Vellaichamy, R.
296

Venkateswarlu, A.
377

Verma, B.L.
24

Verma, O.P.
292

Verma, Smita.
256

Vethirajan, C.
272

Vijay, R.
25

Visaria, Leela.
137

Viswanathan, A.
105

Viswanathan, Brinda.
235

Viswanathan, R.
182

Von Mdeazza, Gregor Meerganz.


214

Wader, L.K.
26

Warlu, M. Veinkates.
524

Weisskopf, Thomas E.
448
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Clearing Corporation of India Limited

389

EPW Research Foundation

390, 391, 392, 67

J.N.K.V.V. Agro-Economic Research

Maharashtra Economic Development Council

503

Reserve Bank of India

255, 397, 435, 463, 483, 484, 485, 93, 94


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