Onderstaande boeken zijn te leen en/of ter inzage bij het documentatiecentrum van de Landelijke India Werkgroep. Boeken met een bibliotheeknummer beginnend met NI-... zijn NIET uitleenbaar.

(update: 18-2-2004)


jaar van uitgave: 1998 of later
(alfabetisch op auteur)

Alternative Survey Group (2002): Alternative Economic Survey 2000-2001 - Second Generation Reforms: Delusion of Development. Rainbow Publishers Ltd. e.a., Delhi (212 pag). (NI-583-062) India; economische toestand; economische ontwikkeling; economie; landbouw; industrie; vrouwen; tribalen; onderwijs & educatie; gezondheid; armoede; werkgelegenheidsprog's, algemeen; financiële markten; drinkwater/-projecten.
[ Critical evaluation of the course and consequences of the Structural Adjustment Programme. Contents: The macro view; Employment-unemployment; Prices and PDS; Foreign trade; Rural economy; Agriculture; Agricultural labourers; Industrial policy and growth; Small enterprises; Public enterprises; Financial sector; Stock market; Budget 2001-02; Education; Health; Drinking water; Tribal situation; Forests and rights of tribal communities; Gender audit; Biodiversity; Dams; Telecom; .... ]

Arkel, Henk van; Ramada, Camilo (2001): Arm door Geld; maar ook... nieuwe kansen op bevrijding van de globaliseringsmachine. Strohalm, Utrecht (158 pag). (UI-610-001) globalisering; armoede.
[ Dit boekje spreekt de hoop uit dat een oplossing van het armoedeprobleem in de wereld haalbaar is. Aan de orde komen o.a. het feit dat armoede ontstaat en versterkt wordt door systematische fouten in het geldsysteem, andere en betere geldsystemen die mogelijk zijn, de veranderingen waaraan geld momenteel onderhevig is, de werking van het huidige geldsysteem, de keuzes die daarin gemaakt zijn, en wat dat met armoede te maken heeft. ]

Chandrasekhar, C.P.; Ghosh, Jayati (2002): The Market That Failed: A Decade of Neoliberal Economic Reforms in India. LeftWord Books, New Delhi (192 pag). (UI-583-046) India; economische ontwikkeling; economische toestand; liberalisering; staatsbedrijven; Indiase banken en leningen; economische politiek, nationaal; import; export.
[ The explicit adoption of a neoliberal reform programme in mid-1991 by the Indian government was the start of a period of intensive economic liberalization and changed attitudes towards government intervention in the economy. This book surveys the actual experience of the last decade to argue that this strategy has not just failed to deliver sustained growth, but has had damaging consequences from the point of view of employment, poverty alleviation and equity. ]

D'Abreo, Desmond A.; Kappen, Mercy (ed.) (1997): Rethinking Gandhi in the context of Globalisation. Visthar, Bangalore (104 pag). (UI-610-005) India; Gandhiaanse beweging; Gandhi, Mahatma; globalisering; economische politiek, nationaal; economische ontwikkeling; communalisme; kastenstelsel; spiritualiteit; onderwijs, basis-; milieu; modernisering/veranderingen; dorpsraad/panchayat .
[ Papers presented at the Consultation organised by Visthar, 1-3 November 1996. Contents: Relevance of Gandhi in the context of globalisation; Gandhian thought and practice; Science and technology and Mahatma Gandhi; Gandhi and the irony of history; Gandhian economics and New Economic Policies; Religion, caste and communalism; Ambedkar and Gandhi; Gandhi and spirituality; State and civil society; Interaction of tradition and modernity in the global context; Basic education; Environmental perspectives and Gandhi's vision; .... ]

Delhi Science Forum (2000): The Indian Economy 1999-2000: An Alternative Survey. Delhi Science Forum, New Delhi (125 pag). (NI-583-060) India; naslagwerk/statistiek; economische ontwikkeling; economische toestand; infrastructuur, landelijke ; landbouw; telecommunicatie; energie.
[ The Government of India does not tire of presenting a bright picture of the economy and its performance, even as the people of India face increasing hunger and unemployment. This alternative survey attempts to sieve the truth from these statistics. It covers: monetary and capital market developments; prices and distribution; industry; money laundering; power sector; oil sector; defence expenditure; social justice; education; tribal livelihood; child care; fiscal developments; external sector; telecommunications; labour; ... ]

Dreze, Jean; Sen, Amartya (ed.) (1999): Indian Development: Selected Regional Perspectives. Oxford University Press, New Delhi (420 pag). (UI-583-040) India; economische ontwikkeling; economie; plattelandsontwikkeling; platteland; Uttar Pradesh; West Bengalen; Kerala.
[ The studies in this book focus on the lessons that emerge from the diversity of regional experiences within India. They supplement what can be learned from international comparisons of successes and failures in economic development. The work is motivated by the general approach of looking for lessons for India from the diversity of its own experiences. Contents: Radical Needs and Moderate Reforms; Uttar Pradesh: The Burden of Inertia; Agrarian Politics and Rural Development in West Bengal; Kerala's Development Achievements; ... ]

Joshi, Gopal (ed.) (2000): Privatization in South Asia: Minimizing Negative Social Effects Through Restructuring. ILO-SAAT, New Delhi (236 pag). (UI-595-001) privatisering; India; Bangladesh; Pakistan; Nepal; Sri Lanka; werkgelegenheid, algemeen.
[ This ILO publication examines the approaches of privatization and their social consequences in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. ]

Joshi, Vijay; Little, I.M.D. (2000): India's Economic Reforms 1991-2001. Oxford University Press, New Delhi (265 pag). (UI-583-041) India; economische ontwikkeling; economie; economische toestand; beleid overheid; economische politiek, nationaal; handel; belastingen; armoedebestrijding; inflatie; betalingsbalans; structurele aanpassing.
[ Book on what remains to be done to complete India's reforms. Contents: Stabilization policy; Fiscal policy and trade policy; Financial sector reform; Industrial policy and factor markets; The social sectors, poverty, and reform. ]

Lal, Deepak (1999): Unfinished Business: India in the World Economy. Oxford University Press, New Delhi (293 pag). (UI-584-035) India; economische politiek, nationaal; economische politiek, internat.; economie; economische ontwikkeling; liberalisering; economische toestand; wapens/kernwapens; gezondheidszorg; armoedebestrijding ; staatsbedrijven.
[ A wide-ranging collection of essays on issues relating to Indian economic policy. These essays examine various economic, political and cultural aspects of India's continuing integration into the world economy. Contents: Economic growth in India; The world economy at the end of the millennium; India and China: contrasts in economic liberalization; Poverty alleviation; Costs and benefits of nuclear weapons; Eco-fundamentalism; Foreign aid: an idea whose time has gone; ... ]

Muricken, Ajit (ed.) (1999): Globalisation & Alternative. Vikas Adhyayan Kendra, Mumbai (122 pag). (UI-608-019) India; liberalisering; vrouwenarbeid; gender-analyse; multinationals.
[ Edition of Vikalp, a quarterly journal. Subject: globalisation. Contents: Critique of globalisation and the challenge for alternatives; Globalisation and its effects on women (workers) in Europe; Gender and women's concerns: as Asian perspective; Human rights and religion, state and civil society: in a context of globalisation and conflict; Social splitting effect of IMF regime in Korea and need for a living solidarity; APEC and globalisation; TNCs in the age of globalisation; Secularism, neo-hinduism, hindu fascism and conversion. ]

NN (2002): Human Development in South Asia 2001: Globalisation and Human Development. Mahbub ul Haq Human Dev. Centre, Karachi (180 pag). (UI-610-006) globalisering; economische politiek, internat.; economische politiek, nationaal; liberalisering; India; Pakistan; Bangladesh; Nepal; Sri Lanka; ontwikkelingsproblematiek; armoedebestrijding; SAARC; naslagwerk/statistiek .
[ By the early 1990s all the countries in South Asia entered the globalisation process by liberalising their economies, opening up their markets, and implementing reforms to improve economic management. The results of these efforts have been uneven from one country to another and within each country. Even where economic growth rate has improved, human welfare in terms of education, health or employment may have suffered. This report analyses this process from the perspective of its impact on people. ]

NN (1998): India means business: Perspectives. Min. of External Affairs, New Delhi (93 pag). (UI-608-014) India; investeringsklimaat; handel; telecommunicatie; energie; infrastructuur, landelijke; mijnbouw ; infrastructuur, stedelijke; bouwnijverheid; industrie, electronica-; informatietechnologie; geneesmiddelen; toerisme/reizen.
[ Brochure on investment in and business with India. Contents: India at a glance; The Indian economy; Investment policy; Business opportunities (power, telecom, roads, ports, oil and natural gas, civil aviation, mining, urban infrastructure and housing, electronics and information technology, drugs and pharmacoeticals, food processing, hotels and tourism); Business regulation and procedures; Taxation; Working in India; Annexures. ]

NN (1998): Socio-Economic Review Gujarat State 1997-98. Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar (222 pag). (NI-583-201) India; naslagwerk/statistiek; Gujarat; economische ontwikkeling; economische toestand; economie ; demografie; landbouw; visserij; voedselproblematiek; industrie; werkgelegenheid, algemeen; transport/vervoer ; overheidsfinanciën.
[ A profile of the socio-economic activities in Gujarat during the years 1996-97 and 1997-98. This review contains notes on economic trends, statistical statements and charts relating to different sectors of the economy. ]

NN (1999): Gujarat Infrastructure Agenda - Vision 2010. Gujarat Infrastr. Dev. Board, Gandhinagar (771 pag). (NI-588-001) India; infrastructuur, landelijke; infrastructuur, stedelijke; Gujarat; naslagwerk/statistiek ; transport/vervoer; spoorwegen/treinen; waterbeheer/-projecten; energie; industrie.
[ Three volume document on infrastructure development in Gujarat. Volume I: Summary & Recommendations; Volume II: Sector Reports; Volume III: Project Profiles. [planning, power, ports, industrial parks, roads, urban infrastructure, water, railroads, airports, miscellaneous sectors] ]

NN (2001): Indian Economic Survey 2000-2001. Akalank Publications, New Delhi (327 pag). (NI-583-061) India; naslagwerk/statistiek; economische ontwikkeling; economische toestand; overheidsfinanciën ; financiële markten; handel; landbouw; infrastructuur, landelijke; armoedebestrijding.
[ Indian Economic Survey 2000-2001 as presented in the Lok Sabha by Finance Minister Y. Sinha. Contents: Public Finance; Monetary and Banking Developments; Capital and Money Markets; Prices and Distribution; External Sector; Industrial Policy and Development; Agriculture; Infrastructure; Social Sectors. ]

Parikh, Kirit S. (ed.) (1999): India Development Report 1999-2000. Oxford University Press, New Delhi (300 pag). (NI-583-071) India; naslagwerk/statistiek; economische ontwikkeling; economische toestand; sociale zekerheid; armoede; onderwijs, basis-; drinkwater/-projecten; infrastructuur, stedelijke; energie; overheidsfinanciën; belastingen; privatisering.
[ This report is a comprehensive and contemporary treatment of the defining issues in India today. It combines academic rigour and objectivity with a lucid presentation of material. The issues covered include macroeconomic performance, poverty, education, pollution, urban transport, power, taxation and deficits, corporate governance, insurance and risk, privatization and liberalization. ]

Rao, V.L.; Wengel, Jan ter (ed.) (2000): Financial and Consultancy Services: Issues in International Trade. Sage Publications, New Delhi (307 pag). (UI-601-004) India; Indiase banken en leningen; economische ontwikkeling; handel, internationaal; financiële markten; financiën.
[ This book provides an in-depth analysis of financial services and consultancy services, both in the Indian and international contexts. The main objective is to understand more fully the contribution of these sectors to the process of economic development since it is in these services that modern technologies are most often introduced at a rapid pace. ]

Schuurman, Frans J. (ed.) (2002): Globalization and Development Studies: Challenges for the 21st Century. Vistaar Publications, New Delhi (212 pag). (UI-610-002) India; globalisering; ontwikkelingsproblematiek; gender-analyse; modernisering/veranderingen; multinationals; duurzame ontwikkeling.
[ This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the concept of globalization and its challenge to the contemporary study of development. Part 1 introduces the theoretical issues and debates surrounding globalization and illustrates the often contested nature of the concept. The implications for the future of development studies are considered. Part 2 reviews more specific theory and policy implications by assessing the impact of globalization on a number of key areas of study in development studies. ]

Sengupta, Arjun K.; Pal, S.P.; Pant, D.K. (2001): Indian Economy at the Crossroads of Development: Evolution of Social Policy. ICSSR/WOTRO, New Delhi/Den Haag (37 pag). (UI-583-043) India; economische ontwikkeling; economie; sociaal beleid overheid; armoedebestrijding; beleid overheid.
[ This paper traces the evolution of social policies in India since the mid-seventies and relates this to the changing socio-economic scenario in the country, development experience of other countries and the contemporary thoughts in the development literature. An attempt is also made to provide a critical analysis of the policies and programmes that were formulated from time to time for social development, to identify the factors that contributed to success and failure of policies and to suggest improvement measures. ]

Singh, Kavaljit (1998): A Citizen's Guide to the Globalisation of Finance. Madhyam Books, Delhi (187 pag). (UI-608-020) liberalisering; investeringsklimaat; financiën; economische politiek, internat.; Derde Wereld algemeen.
[ Globalisation of finance has surpassed the globalisation of production and has gained a life of its own. This guide provides a key to understanding the intricacies of this process. The main argument running through the guide is that global financial flows are no longer associated with the flows of real resources and long-term productive investments. Attracted by short-term speculative gains, these flows are highly liquid, and can leave the country as quickly as they come. ]

Teunissen, Jan Joost (ed.) (1998): Regional Integration and Multilateral Cooperation in the Global Economy. FONDAD, The Hague (241 pag). (UI-583-036) economische ontwikkeling; economie; regionalisme; Derde Wereld algemeen.
[ Proceedings of the conference on "Regional Economic Integration and Global Economic Cooperation: The Challenges for Industrial, Transitional and Developing Countries", held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague, 18-19 November 1997. A workable system of international governance cannot exist solely on the basis of global institutions. Regional arrangements are a necessary complement to a system of global governance. In order to understand the globalisation, one must understand the change in microeconomic forces. ]

Teunissen, Jan Joost (ed.) (1998): The Policy Challenges of Global Financial Integration. FONDAD, The Hague (123 pag). (UI-583-037) economische ontwikkeling; economische politiek, internat.; economie; Derde Wereld algemeen; regionalisme.
[ Proceedings of the conference on "Regional Economic Integration and Global Economic Cooperation: The Challenges for Industrial, Transitional and Developing Countries", held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague, 18-19 November 1997. The future challenges of financial globalisation are becoming more urgent by the day and need to be addressed more effectively - nationally, regionally and internationally. Global financial integration ought to be a matter of concern for policymakers and the public at large. ]

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