Investing in India – Investor’s Guide to the Biggest Untapped Opportunity in the World


A practical, real-world guide to investing in India India’s rapid economic growth offers obvious opportunities for foreign investors, but making wise investing decisions can be difficult for any investor without a deep knowledge of the country and its culture. With a vibrant democracy and an active press, India can be a complex and chaotic place in which investors can find…

Capital Market and Financial System in India


The financial system of a country promotes savings by providing a wide variety of financial assets to the general public. Savings collected from the household sector are pooled together and allocated to various sectors of the economy for raising production levels. If the allocation of credit is judicious and socially equitable, it can help achieve the twin objectives of growth…

India and the Global Financial Crisis: Managing Money and Finance


This collection of essays provides insights into the making of public policies across a spectrum of areas between the years 2003 and 2008, a period of rapid growth of the Indian Economy as well as extraordinary challenges for the conduct of monetary policy. It was during this period that Dr Y.V. Reddy was the Governor of the Reserve Bank of…

The Ordeal of Real Estate Deal Financials in India


‘The Ordeal of Real Estate Deal Financials’ book is a real life story based on my arduous experiences and learning’s that gave way to expanding my horizon in venturing in to an unknown land of real estate transactions.

Towards Financial Inclusion in India


Towards Financial Inclusion in India is a treatise on inclusion of the Last, the Lost and the Least . It provides an in-depth analysis of the various pillars of financial inclusion such as micro-remittance, micro-savings, micro-credit and micro-insurance. The book stresses on financial literacy and counseling, which are core to the achievement of financial inclusion. The authors dwell upon the…

In Spite of the Gods: The Rise of Modern India


As the world’s largest democracy and a rising international economic power, India has long been heralded for its great strides in technology and trade. Yet it is also plagued by poverty, illiteracy, unemployment, and a vast array of other social and economic issues. Here, noted journalist and former Financial Times South Asia bureau chief Edward Luce travels throughout India’s many…

The Corporation That Changed the World: How the East India Company Shaped the Modern Multinational


The English East India Company was the mother of the modern multinational. Its trading empire encircled the globe, importing Asian luxuries such as spices, textiles and teas. But it also conquered much of India with its private army and broke open China’s markets with opium. The Company’s practices shocked its contemporaries and still reverberate today. The Corporation That Changed the…

Indian Economy : Empirical Analysis on Monetary and Financial Issues in India


India’s financial sector has undergone significant changes following the start of the economic liberalization in the early 1990s. In addition to providing important information on monetary and financial issues in India, this book also provides examples to analyze a developing economy by using macro-financial data. The book also focuses on three main topics, that is, monetary policy, financial markets and…

Deregulation and Efficiency of Indian Banks (India Studies in Business and Economics)


​ The goal of this book is to assess the efficacy of India’s financial deregulation programme by analyzing the developments in cost efficiency and total factor productivity growth across different ownership types and size classes in the banking sector over the post-deregulation years. The work also gauges the impact of inclusion or exclusion of a proxy for non-traditional activities on…

India’s Emerging Financial Market: A Flow of Funds Model (Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia)


In the early 1990s, financial liberalization started in India, and it was thought that such reforms would increase economic growth. This argument formed part of the finance led industrialization hypothesis and although higher growth resulted, higher industrialization did not immediately. This book is the first study to comprehensively apply the flow of funds model for India. Using detailed data of…