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Financial Globalisation and India: Internal and External Dimensions

Azad, Rohit and Bose, Prasenjit and Dasgupta, Zico (2016): Financial Globalisation and India: Internal and External Dimensions.


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The Research Project seeks to study the implications of financial liberalisation, global financial integration and cross-border capital flows for the Indian economy. The direction of policy change in India over the past two decades and a half has been in this direction. The domestic financial sector has grown significantly in the past decade, which has impacted the trajectory of real sector growth and economic development.

The report contains four chapters. The first one introduces the readers to the Indian macroeconomic scene over the past two decades and the financial aspects of the growth process. The second chapter focuses on the internal dimensions of the growth process and the recent developments in the financial sector, especially the bad loans crisis. The third chapter looks at financial globalisation and its impact on India’s external vulnerability. The concluding chapter presents a theoretical model which seeks to explain the nature and consequences of financial liberalisation and the integration of the Indian economy into the globalised economy.

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