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India's and China's Recent Experience with Reform and Growth
Edited by Wanda Tseng and David Cowen
 
 
Palgrave Macmillan
 
 
 
 
 
28 Oct 2005
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02 May 2007
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China and India already rank among the world's largest economies, and each is moving rapidly towards the centre stage of the global economy. In this process different priorities have been placed on economic reforms in the past two decades - China taking a more outward strategy and India, until recently, a more inward one. Can they continue to rank among the fastest expanding economies? This volumes addresses the issue, highlighting what has worked and what more needs to be done to ensure sustained rapid economic growth and poverty reduction. Addressing the two countries' recent experiences with growth and reform, this book provides important insight for other developing economies.


Description

China and India already rank among the world's largest economies, and each is moving rapidly towards the centre stage of the global economy. In this process different priorities have been placed on economic reforms in the past two decades - China taking a more outward strategy and India, until recently, a more inward one. Can they continue to rank among the fastest expanding economies? This volumes addresses the issue, highlighting what has worked and what more needs to be done to ensure sustained rapid economic growth and poverty reduction. Addressing the two countries' recent experiences with growth and reform, this book provides important insight for other developing economies.


Contents

India and China: An Essay in Comparative Political Economy; M.Desai
India's Growth Experience; K.Singh & S.Bery
China's Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction (1978-2002); H.Angang, H.Linlin & C.Zhixiao
Reform Strategies in the Indian Financial Sector; S.Bhattacharya & U.R.Patel
Financial System Reform and Economic Development; C.Yuan
Bank Financing in India; A.Banerjee, S.Cole & E.Duflo
Trade Liberalization and Its Role in Chinese Economic Growth; N.R.Lardy
India in the 1980s and 1990s: A Truimph of Reforms; A.Panagariya
Effects of Financial Globalization on Developing Countries: Some Empirical Evidence; E.Prasad, K.Rogoff, S-J.Wei & M.A.Kose
Understanding India's Services Revolution; J.Gordon & P.Gupta
Capital Account Controls and Liberalization: Lessons for India and China; J.Anderson
Capital Account Liberalization: The Indian Experience; N.Jadhav


Authors

WANDA TSENG is Deputy Director in the Asia and Pacific Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). She has wide experience in Asia, having worked on the region for over twenty years, and has published papers on macroeconomic policy issues and financial liberalization in Asian countries, economic reforms in China, and trade policy in industrial countries.

DAVID COWEN is Senior Economist in the Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific of the IMF. He has also worked in the Asia and Pacific Department of the IMF, most recently on the India desk. He has extensive experience on macroeconomic and structural issues in low-income and transition economies, and was one of the main organizers of the conference on China and India in New Delhi in November 2003.