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Current Issues in Economics and Finance


Current Issues in Economics and Finance



von: Bandi Kamaiah, C.S. Shylajan, S. Venkata Seshaiah, M. Aruna, Subhadip Mukherjee

Fr. 126.50

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 12.01.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9789811058103
Sprache: englisch

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This book discusses wide topics related to current issues in economic growth and development, international trade, macroeconomic and financial stability, inflation, monetary policy, banking, productivity, agriculture and food security. It is a collection of seventeen research papers selected based on their quality in terms of contemporary topic, newness in the methodology, and themes. All selected papers have followed an empirical approach to address research issues, and are segregated in five parts. Part one covers papers related to fiscal and price stability, monetary policy and economic growth. The second part contains works related to financial integration, capital market volatility and macroeconomic stability. Third part deals with issues related to international trade and economic growth. Part four covers topics related to productivity and firm performance. The final part discusses issues related to agriculture and food security. The book would be of interest to researchers, academicians as a ready reference on current issues in economics and finance.
Part-I: Fiscal and Price Stability, Monetary Policy and Economic Growth.- Chapter 1. The Recent Inflation Crisis and Long run Economic Growth in India: An Empirical Survey of Threshold Level of Inflation.- Chapter 2. Impact of short run and long run debt on economic growth: Empirical evidence of India.- Chapter 3. Fiscal Deficit Composition and Economic Growth in India: A Time Series Econometric Analysis.- Chapter 4. Relationship between monetary policy and industrial production in India.- Part-II: Financial Integration, Capital Market Volatility and Macroeconomic Stability.- Chapter 5. Financial integration and macroeconomic instability in India.- Chapter 6. Co-movement among Asian Forex markets: Evidence from Wavelet Methods.- Chapter 7. Volume, Spread & Volatility: Intraday Evidence from India.- Part-III: International Trade and Economic Growth.- Chapter 8. Nexus between International Trade and Economic Growth.- Chapter 9. Causality between Exports and GDP: An Empirical Evidence from BIMSTEC Region.- Part-IV: Productivity and Firm Performance.- Chapter 10. Intellectual Capital and Financial Performance: Evidences from Indian Business Process Outsourcing Industry.- Chapter 11. CSR as investment: An Analysis with Ownership Structure and Firm Performance.- Chapter 12. Productivity performance of Indian banks with FDI contents.- Chapter 13. Is the acquirer more efficient than target: An empirical study from selected bank consolidation in India?.- Chapter 14. Simultaneous equations modeling of bank deposits, credits and economic growth in Tanzania.- Part-V: Agriculture and Food Security.- Chapter 15. Foreign Exchange Rate and Agricultural Performances: A Time Series Exercise for India.- Chapter 16. Assessing Nutritional Intake from a Field Study in Odisha.- Chapter 17. Dynamics of Food Grain Production in Telangana.
Dr. Bandi Kamaiah is currently Professor and Dean of School of Economics at University of Hyderabad, India, and President of The Indian Econometric Society (TIES). He has held multiple administrative positions as SAP and ASHIS Coordinator, Head of the Department of Economics at University of Hyderabad. He also served as the Head of RBI Endowment Unit, ISEC, Bangalore. With 140 research papers in international journals of repute, his areas of research interest are monetary and financial economics, applied time series analysis, macroeconomics and international finance. Dr. C.S. Shylajan is Professor and Dean Academics at IBS Hyderabad, India. Prior to this, he was a Post Doctoral Fellow at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Calcutta. He was also a Visiting Research Fellow at ICTP, Italy as part of a Research Program sponsored by UNESCO and Beijer Institute, Sweden. His areas of research interest are international economics, macroeconomics, environmental economics, etc. He was the Consulting Editor of IUP Journal of Public Finance during 2006-2012. He is currently Associate Editor of International Journal of Ecology and Development. Dr. S.Venkata Seshaiah is Professor and Director at ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad, India. He was a Consulting Editor for ICFAI Journal of Applied Economics and he has also edited several books in the area of economic development. He is also a scientific adviser for many national and international journals. His areas of interest are financial economics, capital markets, business strategy, and behavioral economics. Dr. M. Aruna is Associate Professor with the Department of Economics at IBS Hyderabad. She obtained her PhD from Osmania University and has received short term fellowship from ICSSR, New Delhi. Her research has been published in journals like Economic and Finance Review, Theoretical Economic Letters, Energy Review Studies, Indian Journal of Economics and Business Economics, Business Economics and Finance Review, and Journal of Educational Planning and Administration. Dr. Subhadip Mukherjee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics, ICFAI Business School Hyderabad. He completed the Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) in Economics from IIM Bangalore. His research has been published in journals such as Economic Modelling and also Edited Volume by Springer etc. His areas of research interest include international trade, applied econometrics especially with respect to micro level analysis of firms and industries, and development economics.
This book discusses wide topics related to current issues in economic growth and development, international trade, macroeconomic and financial stability, inflation, monetary policy, banking, productivity, agriculture and food security. It is a collection of seventeen research papers selected based on their quality in terms of contemporary topic, newness in the methodology, and themes. All selected papers have followed an empirical approach to address research issues, and are segregated in five parts. Part one covers papers related to fiscal and price stability, monetary policy and economic growth. The second part contains works related to financial integration, capital market volatility and macroeconomic stability. Third part deals with issues related to international trade and economic growth. Part four covers topics related to productivity and firm performance. The final part discusses issues related to agriculture and food security. The book would be of interest to researchers, academicians as a ready reference on current issues in economics and finance.
Showcases several empirical techniques that enhance the quality of research and its applicability for policy analysisCovers a wide range of contemporary macroeconomic issues presented in diversified themes Contains contributions from researchers and academicians from various premier institutes
Showcases several empirical techniques that enhance the quality of research and its applicability for policy analysisCovers a wide range of contemporary macroeconomic issues presented in diversified themes Contains contributions from researchers and academicians from various premier institutes