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  • Title: Welcome to The Indian Economic Journal is the main Journal of the Indian Economic Association.
    Descriptive info: .. Indian Economic Association.. Visit.. Indianeconomicassociation.. com.. IEA Trust for Research and.. Development.. Trust for Research and Development.. The Indian Economic Journal.. Editorial Body.. International Advisory Body.. Publication and Circulation.. Guidelines to the Authors.. Communications for Research and Debate.. Appeal by the Editor.. Table of Contents/Abstracts.. Contact Us :.. Email ID:.. theindianeconomicjournal@gmail.. T.. he Indian Economic Journal is the main Journal of the Indian Economic Association.. It is published quarterly and it is a fully refereed Journal.. Its main objective is to provide a forum for dissemination of the research findings of scholars from all over the world, on Issues of analytical, methodological and practical value to the professional community.. The.. IEJ.. is now in its 59th year of publication.. The Journal has essentially three sections as follows:.. Research Articles.. Communications for Debate and Research..  ...   the Journal would be acknowledged immediately.. The articles would then be sent to the referees.. The processing up to the stage of taking final decisions would normally take about 3-4 months, depending upon the time taken by the referees and by the authors in revising their papers.. All submissions should be made either through Email and/or in electronically readable form.. All Editorial Communications should be sent to the following Address:.. Dr.. V.. R.. Panchamukhi.. Former Chairman,.. Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi.. Currently, Managing Editor,.. Indian Economic Journal.. (Indian Economic Association),.. D-4/2 Welcomgroup CGHS,.. Plot No.. 6, Sector-3,.. Dwarka, New Delhi - 110 075.. Phone No: 91 11 28082470; 91 11 4271 4025.. Mobile No: 987 154 1108.. Home.. |.. Membership.. Publications.. Contact Us.. Website Designing.. Website Development.. by.. www.. acewebtech.. (Ace Web Technologies)..

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  • Title: Indian Economic Association
    Descriptive info: Photos and Profiles.. Table of Contents.. I.. ndian Economic Association is a registered body of Indian Economic Professionals, established way back in 1917, with the objective of providing a Forum for debate and discussion of theoretical and policy oriented Issues of Economic Science.. The.. IEA.. organizes annual conferences, special seminars and lectures by eminent persons of the profession.. has so far organized 96 annual conferences in different parts of the country.. A list of the past Presidents of the Association is given separately.. A list of the themes of the different conferences over the recent years since 2000 is also given separately.. is a member of the International Economic Association.. has had the privilege of organizing the World Economic Congress in collaboration with the International Economic Association, in New Delhi, in the year 1986, at which Nobel Laureate Professor Kenneth J.. Arrow was the President of the International Economic Conference.. has currently more than 3000 members – both Individual and Institutional.. Its Secretariat is  ...   (Emeritus).. Department of Economics.. Lancaster University Management School.. Lancaster University.. Lancaster, LA14YX,UK.. United Kingdom.. v.. balasubramanyam@lancaster.. ac.. uk.. Professor Lester D Taylor.. Professor, University of Arizona USA.. ltaylor@email.. arizona.. edu.. Professor Kaushik Basu.. C.. Marks Professor.. Uris Hall, Cornell University, USA.. Email ID: kb40@cornell.. edu.. Professor Pranab Kumar Bardhan.. Professor of Economics.. University of California, Berkeley,.. USA.. Email ID:.. Professor Terence C Mills.. Department of Economics, Loughborough University.. Email ID :.. t.. c.. mills@lboro.. Professor Peter Nunnenkamp.. Professor, Kiel Institute for World Economics,.. Kiel, Germany.. peter.. nunnenkamp@ifw-kiel.. de.. Professor Yanis Varoufakis.. Department of Economics,.. University of Athens, Greece.. yanisv@eco.. uoa.. gr.. Professor Raghbendra Jha.. Australia South Asia Research Centre,.. Research School of Pacific Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.. r.. jha@anu.. au.. Professor Ravi Kanbur.. Professor of Economics , Cornell University.. 309 Warren Hall, U.. S.. A.. E-mail:.. sk145@cornell.. Dr Sheengen Fan ,.. Director General,International Food Policy Research Institute ,.. Washington,D.. C.. Prof Sonali Desai ,.. Department of Sociology.. Maryland University , Maryland, USA..

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  • Title: Trust for Research and Development
    Descriptive info: (IEA Trust for R D).. he Indian Economic Association had organized the World Economic Congress, in 1986, in collaboration with the International Economic Association.. This major event was attended by more than 3500 delegates from all over the world.. The IEA has had the privilege of making this mega event a grand success.. An event of this magnitude required huge resources.. The IEA had mobilized the resources from different sources, such as, Government of India, Reserve Bank of India, Various Banks, Commercial Organizations and also State Government Sources.. A National level Steering Committee headed by Dr.. Manmohan Singh, the then Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission, and consisting of several members, such as, Professor S.. Chakravarty, Professor P.. R.. Brahmananda, Professor Gautam Mathur, Professor M.. Mathur, Professor Ruddar Datt, Professor, V.. Panchamukhi (Convenor), among others, steered the organization of this Mega event.. In view of the careful handling of all the aspects of the World Economic Conference, some surplus of the Resources was generated and the Indian Economic Association decided to set up a separate registered Body called The Indian Economic Association Trust for Research and Development.. The basic objective of the IEA Trust for R D is to provide support for those activities that help in promoting quality and standard of teaching and research in the economic profession of the country.. The Trust was registered in 1987.. Professor Sukhamoy Chakravarty, former President, Indian Economic Association, was the first Chairman of the IEA Trust for Research and Development.. Manmohan Singh, former President, Indian Economic Association was chairman of the Trust from 1991 to 2005.. Panchamukhi, former President, Indian Economic Association was the Managing Trustee of the Trust during the period, 1987 to 2005.. The Trust evolved its programme of providing support to the following types of activities:.. Bringing out Teaching Monographs on select Themes of interest to the Teaching and Research  ...   Minister, is the Chairman of the Trust and Dr.. U.. Sankar, Honorary Professor, Madras School of Economics is the Managing Trustee of the Trust.. From 2010 onwards.. N.. Bhanumurthy.. (Managing Trustee).. The address of the Managing Trustee is given below:.. IEATrust for R D.. Bhanumurthy.. Managing Trustee.. Professor.. National Institute of Public Finance and Policy.. 18/2, Satsang Vihar Marg.. New Delhi 110 067.. Phone.. 0981074738.. Email.. nrbmurthy@gmail.. com.. mailto:nrbmurthy@gmail.. IEA Trust Publications.. A.. Books/Monographs:.. Sl.. No.. Author.. Title.. Sale Price (Rs.. ).. Original Price(Rs.. 1.. M.. G.. Ranade.. Indian Political Economy.. 5.. 10.. 2.. P.. K.. Chaubey.. Economic Inequality.. 20.. 3+.. Abhay Pethe.. Teaching, Theory Practice of Economics.. 4+.. S.. Neelakantan.. New Institutional Economics Agrarian Change.. 5+.. Ajith Karnik.. Govt.. Debt, Saving and Investment.. 6+.. Sankar.. Public Sector Pricing.. 7.. On the Regulation of Public Utilities.. 8.. Nadkarni.. Modelling Bilateral Trade Flows.. 9.. Rajiv Ranjan D.. M.. Nachane.. An Econometric Model of the Capital Account of India's Balance of Payments.. 10+.. Govinda Rao.. State Level Budgetary Reforms.. 11+.. Manohar Rao.. Money, Deficits and Inflation.. 12.. Sectional Disparity: Indices for Measurement.. 30.. 50.. 13+.. Brahmananda others.. Indian Economy: Policy Perspectives.. 14.. Economics of Health.. 15***.. Teaching of Economics in India.. 16.. Umadevi.. Economic Theory and Methodology of Reasoning.. 100.. 17.. Ruddar Dutt.. Economic Reforms in India.. 18.. Brahmananda.. 50 Years of Free Indian Economy.. 19*.. Jegadeesh Gandhi.. Economic Development and Policies in India.. 150.. 20*.. Singh.. Structural Changes in India.. 350.. 21*+.. Sinha.. Planning and Economic Development.. 250.. 22*.. Lal Sahib Singh.. Economic Theory, Policies and Development.. 300.. 23**.. Brahmananda V.. Development Experience in the Indian Economy.. 575.. 24.. ISID Index.. EPW 1966-1996.. 200.. 25.. 16 Economic Journals.. *.. Presidential Addresses.. **.. Seminar/Workshop Volume + Sold.. B.. Other Publications.. Publisher.. Amaresh Bagchi.. Readings in Public Finance.. Oxford University Press, 2005.. 395.. Nirmal Sengupta.. Indigenous and Traditional Knowledge.. Academic Foundations, 2007.. 595..

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  • Title: New Page 1
    Descriptive info: The IEJ is now in its 59th year of publication.. All submissions made to the Journal would be sent to Referees and the Comments and Suggestion made by the Referees would be communicated to the authors.. There are two purposes for implementing the refereeing system rigorously: Firstly, it ensures high quality for the articles finally published in the Journal.. Secondly, the refereeing system would provide help to the researchers to improve the quality of their research and would enable them to  ...   to the Journal would be acknowledged almost immediately.. Then the articles would be sent to suitable referees.. The whole process of taking final decisions on the submissions made to the Journal would normally take about 3-4 months, depending upon the time taken by the referees and by the authors in revising their papers.. The Journal office functions through Electronic media.. Currently, Managing Editor.. (Indian Economic Association).. Sector-3, Plot No.. 6.. Phone No: 91 11 280 82 470; 91 11 4271 4025..

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  • Title: Editorail Body
    Descriptive info: Managing Editor.. Dr V.. Panchamukhi,.. D-4/2, WelcomGroup CGHS, Plot No.. 6,.. Sector No.. 3, Dwarka Phase -1, New Delhi-110 075.. Telephone.. 91 11 280 82 470.. 91 1 4271 4025.. Mobile.. 987 154 1108.. E mail.. Editorial Advisory Body.. National.. Shanumuga Sundaram.. Director, Institute for Advance Studies and Research (IASR) Emeritus.. Professor of Economics, No.. G.. 104, (New-15).. 9th Street, Anna Nagar East Chennai-600 102.. Email ID.. vssl@vsnl.. net.. in.. Professor M.. Madaiah.. Former Vice Chancellor.. University of Mysore.. Mysore, Karnataka.. Professor Raj Kumar Sen.. Ex-Professor, Rabindra Bharati University,.. Kolkata.. Email ID: rk_sen25@rediffmail.. Professor T.. Papola.. Honorary Professor.. Institute for Studies in Industrial Development.. 4, Institutional Area, Vasant Kunj,.. South West Delhi, New Delhi 110 070.. tpapola@rediffmail.. Professor G.. K.. Chadha.. President,.. South Asian University,.. New Delhi, 110 011.. Email ID chadha2001in@yahoo.. co.. Professor C.. H.. Hanaumantha Rao.. Chairman, Centre for Economic and Social Studies.. Hyderabad.. Email ID: chhrao9@yahoo.. Professor  ...   Former Director,.. CDS, Trivendrum.. Professor S.. Mahendra Dev.. Director (Vice Chancellor).. Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research.. Gen.. Vaidya Marg, Goregaon (E).. Mumbai 400 065.. profmahendra@igidr.. Deshpande.. Director.. Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC).. V.. Rao Road, Nagarabhavi.. Bangalore – 560 072.. Dholakia Ravindra H.. Professor.. Indian Institute of Management.. Vastrapur, Ahemdabad, Gujarat 380 015.. Email ID: rdholkia@iimahd.. ernet.. Professor A.. Giri Institute of Development Studies.. Sector-O, Aliganj Housing Scheme,.. Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226 024.. Email ID: aksingh101@rediffmail.. Professor Ravi Srivastava.. Centre for the Study of Regional Development.. Jahawarlal Nehru University.. Email ID: ravi@mail.. jnu.. Professor B.. Goldar.. Professor,.. Institute of Economic Growth,.. Delhi University Enclave, Delhi - 110 007.. Email ID: bng@iegindia.. org.. Associate Editor.. Dalip Kumar.. NCAER, Parshila Bhawan, I.. Estate,.. New Delhi-110 002.. dkumar@ncaer.. org.. Anju Kohli.. Chairman.. Faculty of Social Sciences.. Mohan Lal Sukhadia University.. Udaipur.. Rajasthan.. Archana Sharma.. Gauhati University.. Guwahati,.. Assam 781 014..

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  • Title: Internatioanl Advisory Body
    Descriptive info: Peter Nunnenkamp.. ,.. Professor, Kiel Institute for World Economics, Kiel, Germany.. Email:.. nunnenkamp@ifw.. uni-kiel.. Shigeki Tejima.. Professor, Nishogakusha University, Tokyo, Japan.. s-tejima@nishogakusha-u-ac.. jp.. Arusha Cooray.. Lecturer, School of Economics, University of Tasmania, Australia.. arusha.. cooray@utas.. Kashab R Bhattarai.. Lecturer, Business School, University of Hull, UK.. Bhattarai@hull.. (Ms) Suparna Chakraborty,.. Department of Economics and Finance, Baruch College, CUNY, USA.. suparna_chakraborty@baruch.. cuny.. Yanis Varoufakis,.. Department of Economics, University of Athens, Greece.. yanisv@econ.. Satya Paul,.. School of Economics and Finance, Campbelltown campus,.. University of Western Sydney, Australia..  ...   Canberra, Australia.. Terence C Mills,.. Department of Economics, Loughborough University, United Kingdom.. Geoffrey E.. Wood,.. Faculty of Finance, City University Business School, United Kingdom.. g.. e.. wood@city.. Fred.. E.. Foldvary,.. Department of Economics, Santa Clara University.. ffoldvary@scu.. Seiji Naya,.. Visiting Senior Fellow East West Center and Emeritus Professor, University of Hawaii, USA.. naya@hawaii.. Lester D Taylor,.. University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, U.. Shri Kaliappa Kalirajan,.. Foundation for Advanced Studies in International Development.. Balasubramanyam,.. Department of Economics, Lancester University Management School, Lancester, United Kingdom.. balasubramanyam@lancater..

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  • Title: Publication and Circulation
    Descriptive info: he Indian Economic Journal has entered into contract with the Academic Foundation, publishers of the EDI (Economic Development in India) Series, for the task of publishing and circulating the Journal.. The Editor would look after the tasks of generating the articles and preparing the other contents of the Journal.. The articles are accepted after the due refereeing process and revision by the authors.. The complete Text of the particular Issue of the Journal is passed on to the Publisher for processing further.. The Publisher would do comprehensive Copy Editing of the Material sent to him.. The Publisher would approach the authors through the editor, for clarifications and corrections in the texts of the articles.. The Publisher/Editor would send a PDF file of the article to the author/s for final proof reading, in particular, of mathematical portions and  ...   by One Lot at Business Mailing Center, Indraprastha Head Post Office ,New Delhi 110002 under Un-Registered Parcel.. ( Click here for the Details of the contents of the Table).. The Publisher would send the copies of the Journal Individual and Institutional Subscribers.. All Editorial Communications should be sent to the Editor.. All enquiries, regarding the subscription, receipt of the Journal and other aspects of Circulation should be sent to the Publishers.. The Addresses of the Editor and the Publisher are given below:.. Panchamukhi.. The Managing Editor.. Indian Economic Journal.. D 4/2, Welcomgroup CGHS.. Sector 3, Plot No.. 6,.. Dwarka, Phase-I,.. New Delhi-110 075.. Tel: +91-11-28082470.. +91-11-42714025.. Mobile: 09871541108.. The Publisher of Indian Economic Journal (IEJ).. Academic Foundation.. 4772/ 23 Bharat Ram Road.. (23 Ansari Road) Darya Ganj,.. New Delhi- 110 002.. Tel: +91-11-23245001-04.. Fax: +91-11-23245005.. books@academicfoundation.. academicfoundation..

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  • Title: Guidelines to the Authors
    Descriptive info: he Indian Economic Journal welcomes research articles, of high quality, dealing with analytical, methodological and policy oriented issues of contemporary relevance.. All articles should be sent in electronic form- either through Email or Computer CD's/Floppies.. We expect the research articles to be in the range of 6000 words to 9000 words, which means about 20 to 30 pages in double spaced A4 size entry of the text.. Conforming to the prescribed guidelines would facilitate the processing of the articles in a speedy manner and would also help in maintaining the elegance of publication of the Journal.. Detailed guidelines for the formatting of the text, foot notes, statistical tables and References are given below:.. Articles submitted for consideration for publication in the Journal, should be original and not published anywhere earlier.. Articles should not be more than 9,000 words.. This word limit should be inclusive of all notes, references, tables, annexures and appendices.. Articles should be prepared in text format (e.. g.. MSword) following British spellings.. PDF versions are not accepted by the Journal.. Contributions should be submitted in electronically readable format in a floppy/CD.. In case it is not possible to provide floppy/CD, the author(s) should send soft copy of the article through e-mail (address mentioned below).. Soft-copy versions of articles are essential for processing.. All contributions should be on an A4 format, with 1.. 5 line spacing.. Matter should be left-aligned, with a one-and-a-half inch margin on the right and typed in 12-point sized font.. Graphs, tables and charts prepared in MS Office (Word/Excel Format) or equivalent format are preferred to material prepared in any other format or jpeg;.. All articles should be accompanied by an abstract (100-150 words only).. It is advisable for the author(s) not to provide any handwritten amendments in order to prevent any confusion.. The article should also include: (i) the name(s) of the author(s), (ii) their professional affiliations, (iii) postal address and (iv) phone numbers and e-mail addresses.. Articles sent should be complete in all respects, including references, foot-notes, etc.. Sources for all tables, graphs, figures and maps should be provided (where applicable).. Footnotes should be given at the bottom of each relevant page and should be numbered serially, throughout the paper.. The Journal does not encourage major revision of articles until and unless there are major developments in the field of study after its submission.. The Journal requests the authors not to send revised versions based on style changes and other minor changes.. Such changes pose challenges in processing and imply unduly delays in processing.. Contributors to.. are requested to be careful as not to violate any of the provisions of the Copyright Act and the Rules made there under as regards the material used in the articles or their sources and/or of the computer software used by them.. The Journal is not responsible for any violations or lapses, in this regard, on the part of the contributors.. The copy right of the articles, published in the Indian Economic Journal rests solely with the Indian Economic Journal; Any reproduction of  ...   or percentages, all numbers should be in figures.. For instance, 3 km.. , 5 kg.. , 8 per cent, etc.. In case of percentages, the word 'per cent' should be spelt out in the text, but the symbol % can be used in tables, graphs, figures and equations.. In case of large numbers, preferably use only 'millions' and 'thousands',.. not.. 'lakhs' and 'crores'.. Abbreviations:.. All abbreviations such as 'pp.. ', 'vol.. ', 'no.. ', 'Dr.. ', ' Mr.. ', 'edn.. ', eds.. ',etc.. must end with a full stop.. There should also be full stops between initials of names, such as G.. Chadha, D.. Reddy, etc.. However, in case of well known acronyms like USA, UK, UNO, etc.. there.. should not.. be full stops between the initials.. All acronyms should be spelt out at the place of their first occurrence with the acronym given in brackets.. Subsequently only the acronym can be used.. For instance, at the place of first usage, write Jawahar Rozgar Yojana (JRY), but subsequently, write only JRY.. Dates:.. Specific dates should be written as, for instance, November 9, 2002.. Decades should be referred to as the 1980s, 1990s, etc.. The names of years should be in figures (1998, 2002, etc.. ), but the names of centuries should be spelt out (twentieth century, twenty-first century, etc.. Figures and Tables:.. Please number each figure and table, and clearly indicate where they should be included in the text.. All figures and tables should appear at the relevant places in the text and.. at the end of article.. All figures and tables should be referred to by their numbers in the text (for instance, 'Refer to Table 1', 'Please see Figure 3', etc.. The titles of the tables and figures should be brief and to the point.. The Source and Notes, if any, should be given at the bottom of the table or figure.. Within the table or figure, numbers should be given in digits,.. words.. Symbols like %, , # should be used, where required, within the table or figure.. The title of the Table should be given in all Capital Letters.. Place Names:.. The spelling of place names should correspond to the names given in standard atlases, and to common usage in case a particular place is a small hamlet or village and has not been included in any atlas.. Please thoroughly cross-check the spellings of all place names cited in the articles, before submitting it for publication.. Referencing Style:.. All articles should carry a separate list of References at the end of the Article.. The References should be cited in the text in a consistent style.. For instance, (Chadha, 1986, pp.. 20-24).. The details of this Reference should then be provided in the Reference list (in alphabetical order) starting with the author(s)' surname(s).. The typical format for referencing is given below:.. Aoki,Masahiko (1988).. Information, Incentives and Bargaining in the Japanese Economy.. , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.. Kingston, W.. (2004).. Removing Some Harm from the World Trade Organization ,.. Oxford Development Studies,.. Vol.. 32(2): 309-320..

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  • Title: The Indain Economic Journal
    Descriptive info: Guidelines for Communications for Debate and Research and Book Scan/Book Reviews.. The Indian Economic Journal has three important sections, included in it with the objective of helping the professional community in the pursuit of their Research career.. These sections are the following:.. Research articles are full length articles based on the research done by the respective authors.. In the Section entitled,.. Communications for Debate and Research.. , the Journal would publish short Articles/Notes/Write ups, which serve the purpose of disseminating knowledge about some new Issues, new Tools of analysis, new Results and Hypotheses on Issues of contemporary relevance.. This section is expected to serve the purpose of bridging the information gap that exists today between the academic world, the policy  ...   gap that exists between the research world and the publication world.. This Section would contain brief, one page/half page write ups on New Arrivals in the literature and also full length Book Reviews of the New Publications, brought out in the different parts of the world.. This Section is aimed at giving information on the Reports of New Expert Committees, Seminar Proceedings, and Study Reports, which are brought out by Individuals and/or Institutions in the different parts of the world.. It would also contain, occasionally, Statistical Tables on select Themes of Contemporary relevance.. We appeal to all the readers of the Journal to send their Write-ups on various themes, with a view to strengthening the contents of these two Sections..

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  • Title: Appeal by the Editor
    Descriptive info: ince the Indian Economic Journal is the main outlet of the Indian Economic Association, it is the responsibility of all the members of the Indian Economic Association to ensure that the Journal maintains very high quality and standards in regard to its contents as also in its overall get up in terms of quality of printing and publication.. Adhering to the regularity in its publication and prompt mailing of the copies to the members is among its top priority.. We would like to make the following Appeal to the members of the Association, Subscribers and all the Readers of the Journal:.. Please give to us the names and Email ID's of scholars, in India and abroad, who could be approached for good articles for the Journal;.. Please advise us about those experts who could be approached for refereeing purposes; Please supply information on their Email ID's, field of specialization and their Institutional affiliation;.. Please supply information about your latest postal address,  ...   of Government Departments, Banks, Industrial Houses etc.. are requested to send articles and also supply inputs to the section of Communications for Debate Research, as well as to that of Book Scan/Review;.. While it is the policy of the journal to subject the contributions to its refereeing system, please note that the authors are free to give their reactions to the comments made by the Referees and explain their position.. The Editorial Office would facilitate debate and dialogue between the author and the referees.. Of course, the identities of the author and the referee would be kept confidential.. However, the authors are urged to take the decision of the Editor about the publication of the paper in the Journal, as final;.. It is our Mission to raise the standard and the stature of the Journal to higher levels so as to enhance its usefulness to the professional community at large.. We urge the professionals to help us in fulfilling this Mission..

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  • Title: Table of Contents of the Issues
    Descriptive info: Volume 54.. Number 1.. April – June, 2006.. (Dispatch).. Number 2.. July – September, 2006.. Number 3.. October-December, 2006.. Number 4.. January-March, 2007.. (Dispatch on 4th March 2008).. Volume 55.. Number 1.. April – June, 2007.. (Dispatch on 14th May 2008).. July – September.. , 2007.. (Dispatch on 2nd June 2008).. October-December.. , 2007.. (Dispatch on 18th July 2008).. Volume 55 Number 4 Jan-March, 200.. 8.. (Dispatch on 16th Sept 2008).. Volume 56 Number 1 April - June, 2008.. (Dispatch on 19th Dec 2008).. Volume 56 Number 2 July - September, 2008.. (Dispatch on 12th March 2009).. Volume 56 Number 3 October - December, 2008.. (Dispatch on 21st April 2009).. Volume 56 Number 4 January-March, 2009.. (Dispatch on 28th July 2009).. Volume 57 Number 1 April - June, 2009.. (.. Dispatch on 5th Oct 2009.. ).. Volume 57 Number 2 July - September, 2009.. Dispatch on 5th Nov 2009.. Volume 57 Number 3 July - October - December,.. 2009.. Dispatch on 31st May 2010).. Volume 57 Number 4 January-March, 2010.. Dispatch on 31st August 2010).. Volume 58 Number 1 April-June, 2010.. Dispatched on 21th Oct 2010).. Volume 58 Number 2 July - September, 2010.. (Dispatched on 18th Jan 2011).. Volume-58-Number 3 October December, 2010.. (Dispatched on 21th May 2011).. Volume-58-Number 4 January-March, 2011.. (Dispatched on 29th Nov 2011).. Volume 59 Number 1 April-June, 2011.. Dispatched on 2nd July 2012).. Volume 59 Number 2 July - September, 2011.. Dispatched on 9th September July 2012).. Volume 59 Number 3 October - December, 2011.. Dispatched on 4th February 2013).. Volume 59 Number 4 January - March, 2012.. Dispatched on 12th September 2013).. Volume 60 Number 1 April - June, 2012.. Dispatched on 6th November 2013).. Volume 60 Number 2 July - September, 2012.. Under Consideration Paper).. Volume 60 Number 3 October - December, 2012.. Volume 60 Number 4 Januaryl - March, 2013.. Below is given the Table of Contents of the Issues listed above:.. Vol 54 Number 1 April – June, 2006.. ARTICLES / 1.. Emerging Structure of Indian Economy.. Implications of Growing Intersectoral Imbalances.. Papola.. In this Presidential Address, the author has examined the implications of the unique nature of the structural changes, experienced by India over the past two decades or so and has raised some analytical questions in regard to the ‘sustainability of the ongoing pattern of growth from the viewpoint of macroeconomic balance and stability, balance of trade, employment and income distribution’.. The author is Director, Institute for Studies in Industrial Development, New Delhi.. ;.. papola@vidur.. delhi.. nic.. ARTICLES / 2.. Assessing the Allocation of Aid.. Developmental Concerns and the Self-Interest of Donors.. Gustavo Canavire, Peter Nunnenkamp,.. Rainer Thiele and Luis Triveño.. In this article, we perform a Tobit analysis of aid allocations, covering the period 1999-2002 and account for both altruistic and selfish donor motives.. We first compare the allocative behaviour of all bilateral donors taken together with that of multilateral aid agencies, and then look at nine major bilateral donors individually.. It turns out that poorer countries get clearly more aid from both bilateral and multilateral donors, with the possible exception of France and Japan.. Most bilateral donors and the multilateral agencies are also found to direct significantly more aid to well-governed recipients if governance is measured by the World Bank’s CPIA (Country Policy and Institutional Assessment).. If the CPIA is replaced by the Kaufmann index, however, the policy orientation of aid becomes extremely weak.. In contrast to a recent paper by Dollar and Levin (2004), our estimates do neither suggest that multilateral aid is more poverty and policy oriented than bilateral aid, nor that IDA performs particularly well within the group of multilateral donors.. Post-conflict resolution, the third altruistic motive considered in the article, emerges as a significant determinant of aid allocations in 2002.. The importance of selfish aid motives clearly differs between bilateral and multilateral donors.. We find no evidence that donor countries were able to push through their individual trade and political interests at the multilateral level.. By contrast, the export-related selfinterest of DAC countries provided a fairly strong incentive to grant bilateral aid, as did colonial ties.. Gustavo Canavire, Georgia State University, USA.. gcanavire@gmail.. Peter Nunnenkamp is Professor, Kiel Institute for World Economics, Kiel, Germany.. Rainer Thiele, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Kiel, Germany.. rainer.. thiele@ifw-kiel.. Luis Triveno, Institute for Liberty and  ...   critically examines the implications of the so-called McKinnon-Shaw thesis (M-S Thesis).. It is recognised that financial liberalisation process has undoubtedly conferred many tangible advantages on the economy.. However, it is argued that there is need for adopting a cautious approach to the pace and sequencing of reforms by taking note of the possible negative features, which, if ignored, could pose serious instability issues before the nation.. The author is Senior Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development (IGIDR), Mumbai.. nachane@igidr.. ARTICLES / 7.. Infrastructure Availability, Foreign.. Direct Investment Inflows and Their.. Export-Orientation: A Cross-Country Exploration.. Nagesh Kumar.. This article analyses the role of infrastructure availability in determining the attractiveness of countries for FDI inflows and for export-orientation of MNE production.. We posit that investments by governments in providing efficient physical infrastructural facilities improve the investment climate for FDI.. MNEs may be particularly sensitive to infrastructure availability for locating their investments designed to feed the global, regional or home country markets.. First, a single composite index of infrastructure availability is constructed capturing availability of transport infrastructure, telecommunications infrastructure, information infrastructure, energy availability for 66 countries over the 1982-1994 period, using the principal component analysis.. The role of infrastructure index in explaining the attractiveness for foreign production by MNEs is evaluated in the framework of an extended model of foreign production.. The estimations corroborate that infrastructure availability does contribute to the relative attractiveness of a country towards FDI by MNEs, holding other factors constant.. Furthermore, the export-orientation of production of MNE affiliates, especially when the production is meant for third country markets, is significantly related to infrastructure availability.. Therefore, MNEs’ decision making pertaining to location of product mandates for global or regional markets sourcing is significantly influenced from infrastructure availability considerations.. These findings suggest that infrastructure development should become an.. integral part of the strategy to attract FDI inflows in general, and export-oriented production from MNEs in particular.. The author is Director General, Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), New Delhi.. nkumar@ris.. ARTICLES / 8.. Cost Efficiency and Commercial Bank Lending:.. Some Empirical Results.. Biswajit Chatterjee and Ram Pratap Sinha.. The lending environment in the Indian commercial banking industry changed considerably in the reform years following widening of priority sector definition, dismantling of Credit Authorisation Scheme and introduction of risk-based supervision.. In this context, the present article attempts to compare the performances of commercial banks in the reform period in respect of lending (in a cost minimisation framework) making use of Data Envelopment Analysis-a non-parametric method which is quite suitable for making inter-(productive) unit comparison.. The results of the cost minimising DEA show that mean cost efficiency of the observed commercial banks declined in 2002-03 significantly i.. the banks have diverged from the best practice cost frontier.. Further, the observed private sector commercial banks exhibited higher mean cost efficiency than the observed public sector commercial banks.. The public sector commercial banks lagged behind the private sector commercial banks both in respect of technical efficiency and allocative efficiency.. The result may be the outcome of lending aversion behaviour by the public sector commercial banks in the current legal and regulatory environment which one the one hand, penalises the commercial banks heavily for low asset quality but at the same time provides little facility for the recovery of dues from the defaulting borrowers within a reasonable time limit.. Biswajit Chatterjee is Professor of Economics and Dean Faculty of Arts, Jadavpur University, Kolkata.. chatterjeeb@vsnl.. Ram Pratap Sinha is Assistant Professor of Economics (Selection Grade), A.. B.. Seal (Govt) College, Cooch Behar.. rp1153@rediffmail.. COMMUNICATIONS FOR DEBATE AND RESEARCH / 1.. Making Economic Sense of Indian Science.. Mashelkar.. The author is Director General, Council of Scientific Industrial Research, New Delhi.. DGCSIR@CSIR.. RES.. IN.. COMMUNICATIONS FOR DEBATE AND RESEARCH / 2.. A Note on Estimating Tax Elasticities.. Pronab Sen.. The most popular technique for estimating tax elasticities is the ‘Proportional Adjustment’ method.. This article shows that the standard methodology used will almost invariably lead to biased elasticity estimates, and proposes an alternative methodology which avoids this problem.. The author is Principal Adviser (Perspective Planning), Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi.. pronab@nic.. BOOK REVIEW.. The Future of India: Musings of Bimal Jalan.. (Viking by Penguin Books India, 2005, Price Rs350/-, pp.. 212).. Reviewed by Dr.. Panchamukhi, Former Chairman,.. Indian Council of Social Science Research New Delhi.. Email: vadirajp36@yahoo..

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