Debt Management in India by Charan SinghPublication details: Cambridge University Press New Delhi 2018Description: x 296 pages; illustrations: 24 cmISBN:
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|339 ROY Macroeconomic policy environment:||339.47 JAP The economics of consumption:||339.5 BLA Progress and confusion :||339.5230954 CHA Debt Management in India||351 AND Public sector management in a globalized world.||352.3802854678 Digital India Governance Transformation||361.6 JOS Statistical tools for program Evaluation:|
List of Tables and Figures;
2. Public Debt in India
3. Ricardian Equivalence: Introduction
4. Ricardian Equivalence: Empirical Studies Utilising Consumption Function
5. Ricardian Equivalence and Consumption in India
6. Monetisation of Debt in India
7. Domestic Debt and Economic Growth in India
8. Separation of Debt from Monetary Management
9. Conclusions and Policy Implications
This book is a comprehensive analysis of the implications of rising public debt in India. It specifically investigates the implications of domestic debt on consumption, effect of monetised debt on prices, long term relationship between domestic debt and growth, and separation of debt and monetary management.
It studies data on debt in India from 1951 to 2017, and covers a wide canvas of issues related to debt management and important developments in the government securities market. It discusses trends in domestic debt provides a descriptive review of the major components of public debt. It presents a close theoretical discussion on the Ricardian Equivalence Hypothesis, an important concept both historically and in contemporary literature on public debt. The implications of domestic debt delineated in the objectives are empirically analysed.