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Title Inclusive growth and development in the 21st century : a structural and institutional analysis of China and India / edited by Dilip Dutta (University of Sydney, Australia)
Published New Jersey : World Scientific, [2014]
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Series Series on economic development and growth, 1793-3668 ; vol. 9
Series on economic development and growth ; v. 9
Series on economic development and growth. 1793-3668 ; vol. 9
Contents pt. I. Structuralism and institutionalism in development economics/studies. ch. 1. Convergence of structuralism and institutionalism in development economics and studies -- Revisited / Dilip Dutta -- pt. II. Structural and institutional analysis of contemporary China's growth and development. ch. 2. Shifting the discourse on China's growth and development: It is the quality not the speed of growth that matters / Limin Wang -- ch. 3. Major factors behind regional disparity of economic growth in China during 1996-2010 / Dilip Dutta and Yibai Yang -- ch. 4. Inclusive growth and SME finance in China / Wei Li and Hans Hendrischke -- ch. 5. Service sector's growth in China: The role of ICT, non-ICT and human capitals / Dilip Dutta and Guan Long Ren -- pt. III. Structural and institutional analysis of contemporary India's growth and development. ch. 6. Compressed capitalism and the challenges for inclusive development in India / Anthony P. D'Costa -- ch. 7. Socio-economic dynamics of the ICT industry's regional growth in India / Dilip Dutta and Supriyo De -- ch. 8. Women's employment as a barometer of 'inclusive growth': How well is India doing? / Elizabeth Hill -- ch. 9. Initiatives for inclusive growth at the state level: Challenges for Andhra Pradesh / Meera Lal
Summary Using case studies of both China and India, this book reinforces the fact that the processes of economic growth and development are dynamic and organic in the sense that structural and institutional elements are not only interrelated, but also constantly changing in their patterns of interactions - more so during the transitional period of both countries. Inclusiveness or its lack in some specific socio-economic sector/context, geographical region/state or economy as a whole is critically analysed, using recent data on both the countries from different sources
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Economic development -- China.
Economic development -- India.
China -- Economic conditions.
China -- Social conditions.
India -- Economic conditions.
India -- Social conditions.
Form Electronic book
Author Dutta, Dilip, editor
ISBN 1306566231 (ebk)
9781306566230 (ebk)
9789814556897 (electronic bk.)
9814556890 (electronic bk.)