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India Policy Forum 2014-15: Volume 11

by Shekhar Shah, Arvind Panagariya and Subir Gokarn SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Pub Date:
09/2015
ISBN:
9789351505754
Format:
Pbk 300 pages
Price:
AU$62.00 NZ$65.22
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The India Policy Forum (IPF) is organized by the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) in New Delhi in partnership with the Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. It aims to examine India’s economic reforms and its economic transition using policy-relevant empirical research. The IPF comprises an annual international conference in July in New Delhi and the IPF Volume that brings together the conference papers. These papers undergo detailed revisions after the conference based on discussants’ comments at the IPF and the guidance provided by the editors.  


 


The IPF is guided by distinguished international advisory and research panels.  The first IPF 2014 paper presents an assessment of the impact on India of the US Federal Reserve’s tapering talk in May 2013, and the lessons to be learnt from that for the future. The second paper uses the longitudinal panel data from the NCAER’s India Human Development Survey to answer the question of whether we can expect India’s National Food Security Act to reduce the problem of malnutrition. The third paper examines the distributional impact on women of India’s rapid economic growth during the past three decades. The fourth paper asks the question of whether India’s publicly funded health insurance schemes are working for the population below the poverty line. The volume concludes with the fifth paper discussing corruption in India and seeking to bridge the available research evidence to the policies that could be used to tackle corruption.   


 


The annual IPF Volume is globally the most cited collection of articles on India and should be useful to researchers and policy-makers in economics and political economy.

Editors' Summary
From Tapering to Tightening: The Impact of the Fed's Exit on India - KAUSHIK BASU, BARRY EICHENGREEN, AND POONAM GUPTA
Enhancing Nutrition Security via India's National Food Security Act: Using an Axe Instead of a Scalpel? - SONALDE DESAI AND REEVE VANNEMAN
The Evolution of Gender Gaps in India - SHAMPA BHATTACHARJEE, VIKTORIA HNATKOVSKA, AND AMARTYA LAHIRI
Are Publicly Financed Health Insurance Schemes Working in India? - SHAMIKA RAVI AND SOFI BERGKVIST
Corruption in India: Bridging Research Evidence and Policy Options - SANDIP SUKHTANKAR AND MILAN VAISHNAV

Shekhar Shah - National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi, India


 


Arvind Panagariya - Professor of Economics at Columbia University


 


Subir Gokarn - Director, Brookings Institution New Delhi, India