The future of economic growth in India depends on development of infrastructure. In this book we deal with wind energy, electricity pricing, urban water supply and water resource management. In a separate chapter we deal with Public Private Partnership in general.
Finance is the lubricating oil of the economic system. Separate chapters in the book are devoted to resource mobilization, corporate bond market, inflation indexed bonds, investing in mutual funds, inflation, and gold as an asset class.
Politics cannot be divorced from the process of economic development. The book also deals with a number of political issues like corruption and black money, funding of elections, future of politics in India, can the AAP be revived, getting better people in Parliament and language policy.
The book ends with a chapter on how life has changed in Delhi.
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1. Some insights into wind energy and its potential
2. Fundamentals of Electricity pricing in India
3. Indian Urban water suppliers
4. Water resource management
5. Public private partnership
6. Resource mobilization in India
7. A glimpse into the corporate bond market
8. Inflation indexed bonds
9. Investing in mutual funds
10. Will gold regain its luster?
11. Can inflation be curbed
12. Union budget 2013: beautiful but not bold
13. Corruption and black money
14. Who should fund elections?
15. Getting better people in Parliament
16. Can the AAP be revived?
17. Future of politics in India
18. Let us have a language policy
19. How life has changed in Delhi
About the Authors
P V Rajeev (born in 1954) is a retired Economic Adviser to the Government of India. He served as economist in Government of India for about 32 years. He has written 16 books and over 100 articles dealing with social, economic, political, educational and international issues.
Sarika Rachuri is a faculty in Economics with IBS, Mumbai. She has 16 years of varied experience in academics, research, training and consultancy. She has done her M Phil from JNU. She has been involved in training MBA students in Macro and Managerial Economics.
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