Accelerating And Sustaining Growth: Economic and Political Lessons

 
Author/Editor: Virmani, Arvind
 
Publication Date: July 01, 2012
 
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Summary: The paper reviews and draws lessons from the experience of fast growing economies including a sub-set of these termed High Growth Economies (HGEs) with a decadal rate of over 7 per cent. It then reviews the history of the Indian growth acceleration following the reforms of the 1990s and its future prospects given the recent slowdown. It analysis the potential dangers and reasons for India’s growth slowdown and proposes policy reforms for sustaining fast growth.
 
Series: Working Paper No. 12/185
Subject(s): Development | Economic growth | Economic reforms | Emerging markets | India | Political economy

Author's Keyword(s): High Growth Economies | India | Policy Reforms | Timing and Phasing.
 
English
Publication Date: July 01, 2012
Format: Paper
Stock No: WPIEA2012185 Pages: 45
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