1 edition of Legal dimensions of economic reforms found in the catalog.
Legal dimensions of economic reforms
Contributed articles with special reference to India.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, N.R. Madhava Menon, Bibek Debroy.|
|Contributions||Madhava Menon, N. R., 1935-, Debroy, Bibek.|
|LC Classifications||KNS982 .L44 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 329 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||96902254|
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Legal dimensions of economic reforms. New Delhi: Allied Publishers, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: N. Economic Principles of Law, first published inapplies economics to the doctrines, rules and remedies of the common law.
In plain English and using non-technical analysis, it offers an introduction and exposition of the 'economic approach' to law - one of the most exciting and vibrant fields of legal scholarship and applied cturer: Cambridge University Press.
We adopt a political economy approach, by which we mean we are concerned with the interface of politics and economics, rather than with politics and political systems per se. Political systems are clearly important, but attention here is confined to how economic considerations, especially the effect of reforms, influence politicians and their Cited by: Legal dimensions of economic reforms book Legal and Economic Reforms in India: an Economist’s Perspective.
T.N. Srinivasan. At the outset, let me caveat my comments on Mr. Desai’s wonderful presentation and what follows by saying that I am not a legal scholar, but an economist. I beg his indulgence in advance for any of my misunderstandings of the Constitutional Law in India.
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To provide such an analysis, a fixed effects model is used to test the impact of Chile’s criminal law reform on human rights and economic development.
Then, reforms are examined at the regional level using the Clemente-Montañés-Reyes structural break analysis. many books and articles on industrial economics, economic reform and law and economics, including Selling the State: Privatisation in Britain (), The Economic Approach to Law () and Economic Principles of Law ().
He is a member of the editorial boards of United Kingdom Competition Law Reports, THE AUTHOR. The trend rate of GDP growth in the 25 year reform period has been per cent per annum.
The growth rate was nearly 9 per cent per annum during to In the last one and half decades, the growth rate has been around 7 per cent per annum. ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE.
The tight control on the budget was accompanied by tax reforms aimed at reducing the tax rates and broadening the tax base. Expenditures have also been reoriented with more resources allocated to non. Productivity and Structural Reform: Why Countries Succeed & Fail, and What Should Be Done So Failing Countries Succeed by Ray Dalio In this report the drivers of productivity are shown and are used to create an economic health index.
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The lack of a consistent effect of legal reforms on financial and economic outcomes does not mean that legal reforms are always ineffective.
This simply reflects that on average we do not find a significant effect, but there are countries in which legal reforms have been successful. The final part of the paper tries to address the question of. Interestingly, better economic and legal institutions have an opposite effect: an increase of the score by 1 is related to an about p.p.
smaller overweight risk, suggesting that our proxies for economic and social development on the one hand, and for the quality of economic and legal institutions the other hand, are controlling for two Cited by: China's economic reform is a long-term plan to shift from a command economy to a mixed economy.
That means its recent slowdown in economic growth is intentional. It's not a sign of a collapse. It's consistent with a long-term plan Chinese. General forces are political, social, legal, technological and economic dimensions which have an indirect impact on the organisation.
Inter-relatedness. Different elements of business environment are inter-related and inter¬dependent. E.g„ increase in disposable income may increase the demand of luxury products.
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Chapter 1. Overview of structural reforms in the policy areas identiﬁ ed as priorities for growth Chapter 2. Reform priorities in a difﬁ cult macro context Chapter 3. From GDP to average household income: A look at the transmission channels Chapter 4.
Structural policy indicators Economic Policy Reforms Going for Growth Interim Report The economic liberalisation in India refers to the ongoing economic liberalisation, initiated inof the country’s economic policies, with the goal of making the economy more market-oriented and expanding the role of private and foreign investment.
Economic reforms 1. Meaning of Economic Reform• The term economic reform broadly indicatesnecessary structural adjustments to externalevents.• It includes the function of country’s spending tothe level parallel to its income and therebyreducing fiscal deficits.• This requires gradual reduction in import andincrease in export.•.