Author: Y V Reddy
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN/UPC (if available): 0195671139
The essays in this volume are based on lectures delivered by Y V Reddy in various parts of the world. They discuss the complex but under-documented structural micro-aspects of economic reforms in India, examining the process from conceptualization of policy to its development, refinement, and implementation. The book explores dilemmas and issues faced by policy-makers in meeting the evolving uncertainties.
EXCERPTS FROM REVIEWS
This is both a chronicle of financial reforms as also an insider's view of managing the process.
A must for anyone tracking the Indian financial sector.
-The Economic Times
Reddy's book, which deals with the various reforms undertaken in the financial sector during the last decade, comes as a welcome fresh breeze.
-Economic and Political Weekly
Reddy, is absolutely right in saying that, as the least globalized part of the world, South Asia has more to gain than lose from globalization, provided the respective governments follow sensible public policies.
The lectures carry Dr Reddy's inimitable style of debate, dissent, and progress and it is a book serious student of Economic cannot ignore.
-The Financial Express
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
Autonomy of the Central Bank: Changing Contours in India
Choice between Single and Multiple Regulators of the Financial System
Developments in Monetary Policy and Financial Markets
Future of Rural Banking
Issues and Challenges in the Development of Debt Market in India
Credit Rating: Changing Perspectives
Operationalizing Capital Account Liberalization: The Indian Experience
Globalization and Challenges for South Asia
Issues in Implementing International Financial Standards and Codes
Fiscal and Monetary Policy Interface: Recent Developments in India
Fiscal Reforms at the State Level: Review and Prospects
Reviving Confidence in the Indian Economy
Indian Agriculture and Reform: Concerns, Issues and Agenda
Economists and Public Policy