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Impact of export fluctuations on income: a cross country analysis
The degree of export fluctuations and its impact on income have been subject to a number of investigations. A major bone of contention has been whether developing countries experience a greater degree of fluctuation in ...
Poverty inequality and development in dual economics with urban informal sectors
In this paper a general model of dualistic economies with urban informal sectors is proposed. The model is able to encompass a wide variety of distortions and institutional features which may affect such economies. Within ...
Determinants of inter - industry wage structure in India
This paper deals with an analysis of the main factors explaining the inter-industry wage differentials in manufacturing sector of the Indian economy. It examines the basic theoretical framework which can provide a satisfactory ...
On deficit financing
The main conclusion emerging from the analysis is that the inflationary impact of a budget deficit depends upon the method used to finance that deficit. Using a static and a dynamic macroeconomic model it has been shown ...
Environmental scanning for corporate planning in India
The need for environmental scanning acquires great policy significance for both the micro - unit and the macro - economy in a developing country like India which is trying to achieve the objectives of economic development ...
Initiatives in rural credit policies under new economic environment
Initiatives in rural credit policies pertain to two instruments. These are institutional development and interest rates. Some of these initiatives are right for both these instruments, while some others are not. Former for ...
Non - rationalizability of utilitarian consistent choice functions
In much of the applied welfare economics, one finds the recurrent use of utilitarian objective functions, in arriving at social decisions. Apart from being completely insensitive to distributional issues, the utilitarian ...
Statistical modelling of relationship between CDS spread and bond yield
(Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 2007)
Credit derivatives were introduced in India recently which was demanded by the market participants for quite some time. Though the government has introduced Credit Default Swaps (CDS) with some restriction, It will take ...
After WTO, what next for India?
IIMA should join public policy making