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Development, Displacement and Disparity: India in the last Quarter of the Twentieth Century
 
Nirmala Banerjee and Sugata Marjit (Eds.)
Price : ₹ 1050.00  
ISBN : 9788125028444
Language : English
Pages : 317
Binding : Hardback
Book Size : 140 x 216 mm
Year : 2005
Series :
Territorial Rights : World
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About the Book

Development, Displacement and Disparity: The last quarter of the twentieth century. The book is a collection of essays that tackle a crucial theme in developmental economics and planning. The essays:

  • look at the inequities and disparities of national resource distribution, and the need for a more equitable distribution of national developmental gains.
  • reflect a growing concern with many economic theorists over uneven regional development and the need for these issues to be looked at seriously, with a view to attend to them in the best possible ways.
  • are on the one hand a theoretical exposition of the economics of public goods supply, but on the other, they point to the lag between theoretical and academic understanding and practical initiative.
  • study the areas, evaluate the models of development and suggest new areas of research in development planning.
Contributors (Author(s), Editor(s), Translator(s), Illustrator(s) etc.)

Nirmala Banerjee is a retired Professor of Economics from the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences. She has co-edited four books and her areas of interest include urban planning and finances, industrial organinsations and forms of labour in urban India with specific reference to the unorganised sector; and the impact of these on growth and distribution, the economics of gender and issues relating to development, work and poverty. 

Sugata Marjit is a Reserve Bank of India Professor at the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences in Kolkata. He has published research papers in a number of reputed journals like the International Economic Review, Keio Economic Studies, Journal of Macroeconomics and Canadian Journal of Economics.