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Economic Reforms and Industrial Structure in India

ASEDP

No.59

Edited by UCHIKAWA Shuji
Published in 2001

CONTENTS

Contents pdf (84KB)
Preface pdf (48KB) / Shuji Uchikawa
Introduction pdf (211KB) / Shuji Uchikawa
Performance of India's Manufacturing Sector in the 1990's: Some Tentative Findings / R.Nagaraj
Introduction
Output Performance
Investment Performance
Employment Performance
Summary and Conclusion
Notes
References


Investment Boom and Capital Goods Industry pdf (1.28MB) / Shuji Uchikawa
1. Investment Boom after Economic Reforms
2. The End of Investment Boom
3. Capital Goods Industries in the 1990s
Conclusion
Notes


Intermediate Good Industries: A Case Study of the Cement and Steel Industries / Rajendra R.Vaidya
1. Introduction
2. Policy Regimes
3. The Sectoral Patterns
4. Firm Level Analysis: Cement
5. Firm Level Analysis: Steel
6. Conclusion
References


Consumer Non-Durable Goods Industries: Growing Market and Increasing Competition / Tirthankar Roy
1. Reforms and CND
2. Trends in the Organized Sector of CND
3. Trend in the Unorganized Sector of CND
4. The Role of Export Opportunity on CND: Two Studies
5. Conclusion
Notes


Economic Reforms, Industrial Structure and Performance: The Case of Consumer Durable Goods Industry in India / K.V.Ramaswamy
1. Introduction
2. The Policy Background
3. Data Sources, Period Coverage and Consumption
4. Growth Performance
5. Market Structure, Entry and Restructuring of the CD Industries
6. Summary and Conclusion
Appendix
Notes
References


Appendix pdf (198KB)