Financial Sector Reforms

Financial Sector Reforms: Narasimham Committee I

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In the last article, we discussed the First and Second Generation economic reforms in India, which are also known as the LPG (Liberalization, Privatization, and Globalization) reforms. These reforms were mainly aimed to enhance the Indian economy and make it more resilient. Numerous measures were taken in these ‘generations’ of economic reforms such as mitigating […]

Second Generation Reforms

Second Generation Reforms: Economic Reforms in India

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As we all know, India introduced economic reforms of Liberalization Globalization, and Privatization (LPG reforms) in 1991, which was mainly aimed to liberalize the Indian Economy and fuel economic growth, which was more or less stagnant before the reforms, all thanks to the socialistic policies. And these reforms were mostly influenced by the Washington Consensus […]

Changes in Cropping Patterns

Changes in Cropping Patterns: Different patterns in India

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Changes in Cropping Patterns What is a cropping pattern? The cropping pattern refers to the set and combination of crops that farmers opt for in a particular region, in their farm practices. The cropping pattern in India depends on certain factors such as- Geographical factors: Soil, landforms, precipitation, moisture, altitude, etc. Infrastructure factors: Irrigation, storage, […]

Structure of the Indian capital market

Structure of the Indian Capital Market

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After discussing the Important Terms in the Stock Market, we’d now be discussing the structure of the Indian Capital Market, the significance of the Indian Capital Market, and the different methods of financing. Structure of the Indian Capital Market What is Capital Market? Going by the definition, a long-term financial market of an economy where […]

Important Terms in Stock Market

Important Terms in Stock Market: Terms to know before investing

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Seeing the current economic conditions, where inflation is skyrocketing, your so-called safe-haven debt investments or fixed deposits aren’t providing sufficient returns, and sometimes the returns are even lower than the prevailing rate of inflation, what should one do? Well, I am no financial expert, but I can tell you one thing, there’s a general perception […]

Non-Market Economy: Best system for social development?

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Non-Market Economy, an economic system determined to play the welfare role and eliminate the exploitation of laborers and help the poor, an economic system determined to eliminate the capitalists and redistribute their wealth, to eliminate the ‘profit-motive’, which is considered as the root of the evil. Sounds very good right? Indeed it is, but perhaps, […]