Critique of economic reforms, Microeconomics

CRITIQUE OF ECONOMIC REFORMS:

The critique of economic reforms should consider the actual growth rate achieved, its impact on employment and poverty reduction, its impact on labour, its impact on agriculture – the major source of livelihood of over 60 per cent of population, its effect on balance of trade and balance of payments, its effect on accelerating industrial growth by stepping up domestic and foreign investment, in strengthening economic and social infrastructure and last but not the least, in reducing regional disparities between states. 

Posted Date: 11/15/2012 2:30:44 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Critique of economic reforms, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Critique of economic reforms, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Critique of economic reforms Discussions

Write discussion on Critique of economic reforms
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Statistical methods are considered to be superior techniques of demand estimation because: a. The element of subjectivity in this method is minimum, b. Methods of es

identify three factors to criticize the theory of consumer behavior or utility theory


Suppose that a firm’s production function is given by Q=30L-3L2, where L is labor input and Q is the output. a) Derive and draw the firm’s demand for labor while the firm’s produc


Potentials of Productivity Growth: It needs to be noted that growth in productivity witnessed in the past are an average rate at the All-India level. There are considerable re

Unemployment Rate A measure of labor force utilization the unemployment rate is equal to the number of people which is unemployed as a percentage of the total labor force.

Marginal Utility and Indifference Curve - If the consumption of a product moves along an indifference curve, additional utility derived from the increase in consumption of sing

Transactions demand for money: Transactions demand for money represents cash balances held by economic agents in order to carry outordinary everyday transactions.For example,

Current Daily Status(CDS): The reference periods (i.e. a year, a week and a day) are basically used to describe the period for which the workers are employed in the economy. T