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Economy of India

Anup Chatterjee, N.

The highest per capita net state domestic product was Goa in 2011-12.

This book provides an exhaustive survey of economic characteristics, economic policies and performance of India and its 28 states and 7 union territories. It covers topics such as human and natural resources, poverty and economic planning, agriculture and rural development, industry and minerals,

• India is a Union of States with a federal set up, divided into 28 States and 7 Union Territories. • India's diverse economy encompasses traditional village farming, modern agriculture, fisheries, handicrafts, a wide range of modern industries, and a multitude of services. • India is presently one of world's fastest growing economies, and is emerging as a global economic power.

•Population •Area •Birth Rate •Death Rate •Infant Mortality Rate •Life Expectancy •Literacy Rate •Net State Domestic Product •Per Capita Net State Domestic Product •Revenue Receipts •Human Development Index


Reclaiming the Lost Glory
A. Panagariya
New India
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Sustained growth at a rate of 8% or higher is within India's grasp.

This paper discusses India's potential to reclaim its lost glory. It states that India's GDP has grown 7.7 percent in real rupees and 9.9 percent in real dollars and could reach $7.2 trillion by 2030/31 with sustained growth at a rate of 8 percent or higher.

• India's economy has grown significantly in the past 15 years, with its GDP now standing at $2.6 trillion. • If India continues to grow at 8% or higher, its GDP could reach $7.2 trillion by 2030/31, placing it in third place in the global GDP rankings. •

•India'S Economy Growth Rate In Real Rupees •India'S Economy Growth Rate In Real Dollars •India'S Gdp


An Empirical Study on International Market Scenario in Modern Economic Era of India
K. Srinivasan, J. Duraichamy

India is the world's fifth-greatest economy by apparent GDP and the third-greatest by purchasing power parity.

This paper provides an overview of India's economy, which is the world's fifth-largest by apparent GDP and third-largest by Purchasing Power Equality. It discusses the impact of demonetization

• India is the world’s fifth-largest economy by nominal GDP and the third-largest by Purchasing Power Parity (PPP). • India has been a member of the World Trade Organization since 1995 and is the world’s 10th largest exporter and 19th largest importer.

•Apparent Gdp •Purchasing Power Equality (Ppp) •Annual Average Gdp Growth •Private Consumption •Government Spending •Investment •Exports •Open Sector Reform •Infrastructure •Agricultural

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