By Suparna Karmakar, Rajiv Kumar, Bibek Debroy
This e-book stories India's liberalisation measures within the final decade, in cognisance of the impression of the country's international exchange Oraganisation (WTO) club at the similar. the gathering of articles by way of topic specialists recognises that the adjustments mandated by way of WTO club are yet one of many three-pronged liberlisation measures that the rustic has been subjected to-in the exterior, household (industrial regulations) and monetary sectors. The lucid analyses undergo out that instead of being WTO-induced, exterior liberalisation of so much sectors has been a part of India's basic financial reform programme, having been formed via household compulsions. India's Liberalisation adventure: Hostage to the WTO? additionally analyses how the rustic has coped with and benefited from its tasks and rights as a WTO member. It makes an attempt to judge the impression of the family reforms at the country's economic system and the results thereof on its functionality as a WTO negotiator. It attempts to dispel the myths concerning the effect of foreign exchange negotiations on India's ongoing reform tactics and its developmental and poverty/livelihood matters. hence, it's going to allure not just to WTO specialists, but in addition to exchange coverage analysts, academicians, learn scholars, policy-makers, students and economists.