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by Meghnad Desai

eBook The economic policy of the BJP (NCSAS discussion paper) download ISBN: 0646175106
Author: Meghnad Desai
Publisher: National Centre for South Asian Studies (1994)
Language: English
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For some time now I have been thinking about economic policy in the context of the new institutional economic. There are still new questions

For some time now I have been thinking about economic policy in the context of the new institutional economic. There are still new questions. Should economic policy be treated as a cooperative activity of a two-module entity (public entity and society), aimed at increasing the value of the state? Should economic policy be implemented as a result of subjective social intention, which should be expressed in the form of a common social and economic goal?

He is a member of the House of Lords and chairman of the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum. Books by Meghnad Desai

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To broaden the discussion about economic policy to include the interests of low- and middle-income workers. ality rising, and the methods and nature of work changing in fundamental ways, it is as crucial as ever that people who work for a living have a voice in the economic discourse. think tank, created in 1986. From its findings, EPI publishes books and reports; sponsors conferences and seminars; briefs policy makers; as well as provides support to national, state, and local activists and community organizations.

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First are economic arguments that fiscal policy will have less of an effect on the economy than its advocates suppose, or even no effect at al. Consider first the economic argument-the claim that fiscal stimulus is ineffective, because people adjust their behaviour to cancel it out.

First are economic arguments that fiscal policy will have less of an effect on the economy than its advocates suppose, or even no effect at all. Second are political arguments that, even if taking the right fiscal steps would help the economy, governments are incapable of designing the right measures or enacting them at the right time.

Under the new economic policy for a selected list of high technology and high investment priority industries, firms .

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