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Abdual Kalam, A.P.J. and Y.S. Rajan. India 2020: a vision for the new millennium. New Delhi: Viking, 1998.

Agarwal, Manmohan, et al (eds). Indian economy in transition: environmental and developmental issues. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications, 1998.

Ahluwalia, Isher Judge and I.M.D. Little (eds). India’s economic reforms and development: essays for Manmohan Singh. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1998.

Bagchi, Amiya Kumar. Economy and organisation: Indian institutions under the neo-liberal regime. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 1999.

Bhalla, Surjit S. New economic policies for a new India. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications, 2000.

Brahmananda, P.R. and V.R. Panchamukhi (eds). Development experience in the Indian economy: inter-state perspectives. New Delhi: Bookwell, 2001.

Byres, Terence J. (ed). The Indian economy: major debates since independence. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1998.

Chadha, G.K. WTO and the Indian economy. New Delhi: Deep and Deep Publications, 2001.

Chadha, Rajesh, et al. The impact of trade and domestic policy reforms in India: a CGE modelling approach. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1998.

Chatterjee, Biswajit. Economic liberalisation in India. Ahmedabad: Allied Publishers, 1998.

Datt, Ruddar. Economic reforms in India: an appraisal and policy directions for second generation reforms. New Delhi: Bookwell, 2001.

Debroy, Bibek (ed). Agenda for change: the need for law reforms. New Delhi, Allied Publishers: 1999.

Degnobl-Martinussen, John. Policies, institutions and industrial development: coping with liberalisation and international competition in India. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2001.

Deshpande, G.P. and Alka Acharya (eds). Crossing a bridge of dream: 50 years of India and China. New Delhi: Tulika, 2001.

Economic reforms: a medium term perspective-recommendations of Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council. htpp:// primindia.nic.in/al.htm.

Gangopadhyay, Shubhashis and Wilima Wadhwa. Economic reforms for the poor. New Delhi: Konark Publications, 2000.

Hajela, P.D. and M.P. Goswami (eds). Economic reforms and employment. New Delhi: Deep and Deep Publications, 2000.

Hanson, James A. and Sanjay Kathuria (eds). India: a financial sector for the twenty-first century. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1999.

India. Ministry of Finance. Report of the Expenditure Reforms Commission. Report nos. 1-10. htpp://www.finmin.nic.in/freport.htm.

Jayachandran, C., et al (eds). Managing economic liberalisation in South Asia: directions for the 21st century. Delhi: Macmillan India Limited, 1998.

Jenkins, Rob. Democratic politics and economic reforms in India. Cambridge: CUP, 1999.

Joshi, Vijay and I.M.D. Little. India’s economic reforms 1991-2001. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1996.

Kahkohan, Satu and Anthony Lanyi (eds). Institutions, incentives and economic reform in India. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2000.

Kapila, Uma (ed). Indian economy since independence, 1947-2001. Ghaziabad: Academic Foundation, 2001.

Krueger, Anne O., et al. Economic and policy reforms. New Delhi: NCAER, 2000.

Kumar, Arun. The black economy in India. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1999.

Kundu, Amitabh and Alakh N. Sharma (eds). Informal sector in India: perspectives and policies. New Delhi: Manohar Publishers and Distributors, 2001.

Lal, Deepak. Unfinished business: India in the world economy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Mallick, Sushanta K. Modelling macroeconomic adjustment with growth in developing economies: the case of India. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999.

Mathew, A. Santosh. Economic reforms and poverty reduction. New Delhi: Vikas Publishing, 2000.

McKinsey and Company. India, the growth imperative: understanding the barriers to rapid growth and employment creation. New Delhi: McKinsey and Compay, V. 3., 2001.

Misra, Baidyanath and Rajkishor Meher. Economic liberalisation and regional disparities in India. New Delhi: APH Publishing, 2000.

National Council of Applied Economic Research. Economic and policy reforms in India. New Delhi: NCAER, 2001.

Palande, P.S. Coping with liberalisation: the industry’s response to new competition. New Delhi:Response Books, 2000.

Parikh, Kirit S. (ed). India development report: 1999-2000. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Perdikis, Nicholas (ed). The Indian economy: contemporary issues. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000.

Rangarajan, C. Indian economy: essays on money and finance. New Delhi: UBS Publishers and Distributors, 1998.

Rao, M.J. Manohar. Macroeconomic stabilisation and adjustment. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2001.

Reddy, Y. Venugopal. Monetary and financial sector reforms in India: a central banker’s perspective. New Delhi: UBS Puhblishers and Distributors, 2000.

Sachs, J.D. India in the era of economic reforms. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Sen, Amartya. Development as freedom. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Sen, Kunal and Rajendra P. Vaidya. The process of financial liberalization in India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Sen, Rajkumar and Biswajit Chatterjee (eds). Indian economy: agenda for 21st century. New Delhi: Deep and Deep Publications, 2001.

Sen, Sunanda. Trade and dependence: essays on the Indian economy. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2000.

Seeta Prabhu, K. Economic reform and social sector development: a study of two Indian states. New Delhi, Sage Publications, 2001.

Sondhi, M.L. (ed). Towards a new era: economic, social and political reforms. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications, 2001.

Srinivasan, T.N. Eight lectures on India’s economic reforms. New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2000.

Suryakumaran, C. When persuasions fail and Cassandra’s reign: policies that should have been adopted by developing countries... but perhaps never will. Delhi: Konark Publishers, 2001.

Swamy, Subramanian. India’s economic performance and reforms: a perspective for the new millennium. New Delhi: Konark Publications, 2000.

Tarapore, S.S. India’s financial policy: adapting to new realities. New Delhi: UBS Publishers and Distributors, 1999.

Tarapore, S.S. Issues in financial sector reforms. New Delhi, UBS Publishers and Distributors, 2000.

Vasudevan, A., et al. (eds). Fifty years of development economics: essays in honour of Professor P.R. Brahmananda. Delhi: Himalaya Publishing House, 1999.



Acharyya, Rajat and Sugata Marjit. Globalisation and inequality: an analytical perspective. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(39): 23 September 2000: 3503-3509.

Ahluwalia, Montek S. Economic reforms: a policy agenda for the future. ‘Economic Development in India’ 25: 2000: 19-40.

Ambatkar, Sanjay. The quest for looking east: case study of Indo-ASEAN economic linkages. ‘Foreign Trade Review’ 25(2&3): July-December 2000: 22-41.

Bajpai, Nirupam and Jeffrey D. Sachs. India’s decade of development. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(16): 15 April 2000: 1362-1366.

Bardhan, Pranab. Social justice in the global economy. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 36(5&6): 3 & 10 February 2001: 467-480.

Basant, Rakesh. Corporate response to economic reforms. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(10): 4 March 2000: 813-822.

Bell, Clive and Peter L. Rousseau. Post-independence India: a case of finance-led industrialization? ‘Journal of Development Economics’ 65(1): June 2001: 153-175.

Besley, Timothy and Robin Burgess. Land reform, poverty reduction, and growth: evidence from India. ‘The Quarterly Journal of Economics’115(2): May 2000: 389-430.

Bhagwati, Jagdish. Growth, poverty and reforms. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 36(10): 10 March 2001: 843-846.

Bhalla, G.S. Political economy of Indian development in the 20th century: India’s road to freedom and growth. ‘The Indian Economic Journal’ 48(3): January-March 2001: 1-23.

Bharat Ram, Vinay. An agenda for the 21st century. ‘The Indian Economic Journal’ 47(3): January-March 2000: 52-56.

Bhowmik, Rita and Debesh Chakraborty. Identification of key sectors in an economy: an alternative approach. ‘Artha Vikas’ 36(2): January-June 2000: 59-69.

Brahmananda, P.R. Shifting paradigms of economic policy in India. ‘Vision’ 19(1&2): July-December 1999: 89-103.

Chadha, Rajesh. The decade of India’s economic transformation: impact analysis of unilateral and global changes in trade policy. ‘Economic Development in India’ 42: 2001: 25-72.

Chandran, T.R. Satish. Globalisation: impact on India and the southern states. ‘Journal of Social and Economic Development’ 3(1): January-June 2000: 1-41.

Chaudhuri, Saumitra. Economic assessment and outlook. ‘ICRA Bulletin – Money and Finance’ May-June 2000: 1-19.

Chaudhuri, Saumitra. Economic growth in the states: four decades. ‘ICRA Bulletin – Money and Finance’ 2(3): October-December 2000: 45-69.

Chawla, K.L. Globalisation and nation state: South Asian perspective. ‘India Quarterly’ 57(1): January-March 2001: 147-160.

Dasgupta, Dipankar. Growth and interestate disparities in India. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(27): 1 July 2000: 2413-2422.

Dev, S. Mahendra. Economic reforms, poverty, income distribution and employment. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(10): 4 March 2000: 823-835.

Dhal, Sarat Chandra. Potential growth in India: viable alternatives to time series approaches. ‘Reserve Bank of India Occasional Papers’ 20(3): Winter 1999: 469-485.

Dreze, Jean. Militarism, development and democracy. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(14): 1 April 2000: 1171-1183.

Easterly, William. The lost decades: developing countries stagnation in spite of policy reform 1980-1998. ‘Journal of Economic Growth’ 6(2): June 2001: 135-157.

Etienne, Gilbert. India: economic reforms and changes in management practices. ‘Mainstream’ 39(15): 31 March 2001: 6-11.

Gupta, S.P. Development experience of the nineties and search for a new paradigm. ‘The Indian Economic Journal’ 47(3): January-March 2000: 41-51.

Harris, John. Globalisation and world’s poor: institutions, inequality and justice. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 36(23): 9 June 2001: 2034-2037.

India at the crossroads. ‘Fortune India’ 19(20): 31 August 2001: 30-40.

Jain, P.K. and Manmohan Yadav. Developing economies in a borderless world: lessons for and experience of Indian economy. ‘Foreign Trade Review’ 35(1): April-June 2000: 47-62.

Jalan, Bimal. India’s economy in the twenty-first century: a new beginning or a false dawn? ‘Reserve Bank of India Bulletin’ 55(2): February 2001: 199-214.

Joshi, Vidyut. Cultural context of development. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(35&36): 26 August-2 September 2000: 3165-3169.

Kabra, Kamal Nayan. Deeper in the mire of iniquitous growth. ‘Mainstream’ 39(13): 17 March 2001: 7-11.

Koshy, Ninan. Political dimensions of globalisation. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 36(18): 5 May 2001: 1513-1517.

Kumar, Manoj. Indian prospects for the tiger economy of 21st century. ‘Paradigm’ 5(1): January-June 2001: 19-32.

Kumar, Nagesh. Economic reforms and their macro-economic impact. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(10): 4 March 2000: 803-812.

Kurian, N.J. and J.D. Hajela. Indian economy: liberalisation, globalisation and privatisation. ‘The Journal of Institute of Public Enterprise’ 24(1&2): January-June 2001: 9-12.

Misra, Baidyanath. New economic policy, economic development and social opportunities. ‘IASSI Quarterly’ 18(4): April-June 2000: 17-34.

Nagaraj, R. Indian economy since 1980 – virtuous growth or polarisation? ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(32): 5 August 2000: 2839.

Naganna, N. Economic reforms and sustainability: a conceptual analysis and framework. ‘The Indian Journal of Economics’ 80(318): January 2000: 355-394.

Narasaiah, P.V. and C. Sivarami Reddy. Vision 2020: planning for future. ‘Monthly Public Opinion Surveys’ 45(11): August 2000: 28-30.

Nayar, Baldev Raj. Opening up and openness of Indian economy. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 36(37): 15 September 2001: 3529-3537.

Oommen, T.K. Development theory: rhetoric and reality. ‘IASSI Quarterly’18(4): April-June 2000: 54-64.

Panchamukhi, P.R. Social impact of economic reforms in India: a critical appraisal. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(10): 4 March 2000: 836-847.

Panchamukhi, V.R. Five recent paradoxes and anomalies of economics. ‘Asia-Pacific Development Journal’ 7(2): December 2000: 1-31.

Parekh, Deepak. Economic reforms: challenges and opportunities. ‘Management and Labour Studies’ 26(3): July 2001: 164-173.

Parikh, Kirit S. and Ajay Shah. Second generation reforms. ‘Economic Development in India’ 28: 2000: 13-35.

Patel, Surendra J. Conflicts ahead for the twenty first century. ‘Anvesak’ 29(2): July-December 1999: 1-5.

Pathak, Rakesh Hari. Can you avert a slowdown Mr. Sinha? ‘PTI Economic Service’ 25(6): 15 November 2000: 1-4.

Patnaik, Prabhat. Democracy as a site for class struggle. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(12): 18 March 2000: 1005-1011.

Pedersen, Jorgen Dige. Explaining economic liberalization in India: state and society perspectives. ‘World Development’ 28(2): February 2000: 265-282.

Prasad, Pradhan H. Globalisation: a saga of poor understanding. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 36(3): 20 January 2001: 205-207.

Rangarajan, C. Economic reforms in India: some issues and concerns. ‘The Asian Economic Review’ 42(1): April 2000: 1-5.

Rangarajan, C. State, market and the economy: the shifting frontiers. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(16): 15 April 2000: 1386-1390.

Rao, B. Sarveswara. Ethical dimensions of India’s development: some reflections. ‘The Indian Economic Journal’ 47(2): October-December 1999: 1-11.

Rao, M.J. Manohar. Fifty years of development economics: from the cross-roads to the turnpike. ‘The Indian Economic Journal’ 47(2): October- December 1999: 12-26.

Rao, N. Janardhan. Anatomy of slowdown. ‘Chartered Financial Analyst’ 6(5): January 2001: 44-51.

Rath, Nilakantha. Making the economic transition smooth. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(20): 13 May 2000: 1723-1726.

Reddy, Y.V. Pro-poor growth: new realities and emerging questions. ‘Reserve Bank of India Bulletin’ 54(6): June 2000: 561-569.

Shand, Ric and Shashanka Bhide. Sources of economic growth: regional dimensions of reforms. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(42): 14 October 2000: 3747-3757.

Rishi, Meenakshi and Kishore G. Kulkarni. Lessons for India from the recent financial crisis in Southeast Asia. ‘Management and Labour Studies’ 25(4): October 2000: 272-289.

Roy, Sumit. Sustainable development: the role of international institutions and NGOs. ‘World Affairs’ 4(2): April-June 2000: 90-99.

Rudolph, Lloyd I. and Susanne Hoeber Rudolph. The iconisation of Chandrababu: sharing sovereignty in India’s federal market economy. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 36(18): 5 May 2001: 1541-1552.

Sen, Pranab. Perspective of development in India: the past 50 years and lessons for the future. ‘The Journal of Income and Wealth’ 21(2): July 1999: 167-182.

Sengupta, Arjun. Realizing the right to development. ‘Development and Change’ 31(3): June 2000: 553-578.

Sengupta, Arjun. Right to development as a human right. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 36(27): 7 July 2001: 2527-2536.

Sengupta, Chandan. Conceptualising globalisation: issues and implications. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 36(33): 18 August 2001: 3137-3143.

Seth, S.P. Economic globalisation sparks protests. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 35(38): 16 September 2000: 3392.

Sharma, S.S. and J.K. Nair. Economic reforms in India and competitiveness. ‘Productivity’ 40(3): October-December 1999: 355-373.

Shetty, S.L. Reviving the economy: some explorations. ‘Economic and Political Weekly’ 36(30): 28 July 2001: 2824-2830.

Singh, Kavaljit and Mohammed Asif. The Southeast Asian currency crisis and India: impact and implications. ‘Social Action’ 50(2): April-June 2000: 196-206.

Singh, H.K. Manmohan. Rethinking reforms: back to the middle path. ‘The Indian Economic Journal’ 47(3): January-March 2000: 19-30.

Sinha, Ajit Kumar. Organised crime and political economy of development the Indian panorama. ‘The Indian Economic Journal’ 47(3): January-March 2000: 1-10.

Sivasubramonion, S. Twentieth century economic performance of India. ‘The Journal of Income and Wealth’ 21(2): July 1999: 218-222.

Suresh, Sujatha. Review of recent performance of Indian economy: a summary. ‘The Asian Economic Review’ 42(3): December 2000: 486-496.

Thasian, T. Development challenges of 21st century. ‘Social Action’ 51(1): January-March 2001: 46-60.

Thimmaiah, G. Decentralization and economic development: Indian experience. ‘Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics’ 41(2): December 2000: 123-136.

Threatening clouds over economic horizon. ‘Fortune India’ 19(5): 15 January 2001: 14-18.

Tisdell, Clem. Economic globalisation: Background and an overview. ‘Indian Journal of Quantitative Economics’ 14(1): 1999: 1-10.

Tiwari, R.S. and Ishrat Hussain. Sectoral performance of Indian economy during the pre and post periods of economic reforms. ‘The Asian Economic Review’ 42(1): April 2000: 71-80.

Upadhyay, Ushma D. India’s new economic policy of 1991 and its impact on women’s poverty and aids. ‘Feminist Economics’ 6(3): November 2000: 105-122.

Vasudevan, A. Generation of economic reforms for a brave new world. ‘The Indian Economic Journal’ 48(3): January-March 2001: 39-48.