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The Indian Journal of Economics January 1942

1942

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The maintenance of a system of high taxation for surplus unsound in principle and inequitable in practice had not an iota of justification when the condtions which might have justified the practice had long ago disappeared with the closing of the mints to the free coinage of the rupee pnd the maintenance of stable exchanges. [...] The modern view of the nature of the quantity theory takes into account the influence of money on the rate of interest and through the rate of interest on investment and expenditure. [...] Therefore the dogma of the territorial division of labour cannot be appealed to in order to confine India to the production of raw materials and to bar the way to a diversified industry; the dogma of laissez-faire cannot be appealed to to prevent whole-hearted Government action for the development of industries; the dogma of unearned increment cannot be appealed to prevent reform of the land-reven [...] The more perfect the market is the more the economic phenomena take on the character of objective results brought about by impersonal forces and the more appropriately can the generalizations extracted from the study of the phenomena be given the name of scientific laws. [...] Throughout his writings oneTHE BACKGROUND OF RANADE'S ECONOMICS 263 searches in vain for any reference to the necessity of jusice between the classes to the evil effects of concentration of capital in the hands of a few to the need for trade unions or to the importance of comprehensive measures to protect the interests of the employees via-vis those of the employers.

Title Pages Author/Editor
The Economics of Gokhale 225-234 P.S. Lokanathan

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Ranade and Economic Planning 235-244 D.G. Karve

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Ranade and After: A Study of the Development of Economic Thought in India 245-260 James Kellock

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The Background of Ranade’s Economics 261-275 Bhabatosh Datta

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A Critique of “Indian Economics” 276-279 T.M. Joshi

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The Quality and Perspective of Indian Economic Thought 280-289 D.H. Butani

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Typology of Contrasted Economic Systems: A Clue to the Methods of Analysis of Indian Economic Conditions 290-306 Radhakamal Mukerjee

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Ranade’s Work as an Economist 307-330 J.C. Coyajee

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Protectionism and Indian Economic Thought 331-356 M.C. Munshi

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The Gandhian Approach to Indian Economics 357-366 J.J. Anjaria

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Economic Organisation in Ancient India 367-386 B. Tirumalachar

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Ranade the Economist 387-393 K. Anantaram

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A Note on Institutionalism in Indian Economic Thought 394-399 H. Venkatasubbiah

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Rural Co-Operation and National Planning in India 400-435 S. Iyengar

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Co-Operation in Theory and Practice 436-449 Anwar Qureshi

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Rural Co-Operation: Its Scope in India 450-460 Haricharan Ghosh

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The Co-Operative Movement in Sind 461-470 D.H. Butani

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Co-Operative Rural Credit in Mysore 471-484 R. Balakrishna

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Some Aspects of Rural Co-Operation in Travancore 485-503 V.R. Pillai

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Punjab Cooperation During a Decade of Depression 504-514 Sh. Ataullah

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Co-Operative Multi-Purpose Society 515-531 S.G. Beri

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The Capital Resources of Agricultural Co-Operative Societies in Mysore 532-545 S. Gopalaswamy

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Multi-Purpose Society 546-553 V.L. D’Souza

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Replanning of the Co-Operative Movement in India 554-561 S.P. Saksena

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Resuscitation of Rural Credit Societies in Madras 562-584 P. Sri Ramam

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Rural Co-Operation in the Bombay Presidency 585-598 P.N. Driver

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Rural Co-Operation in India—Its Defichencies 599-614 Vatkunth Mehta

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Loans and Their Classification 615-623 Appa Rao

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Local Terminal Taxation 624-636 Cyan Chand

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A Review of Madras Local Finance 637-648 B.V. Naidu

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State in Relation to Local Finance in Mysore 649-657 B.R. Rao

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Municipal Taxation in C. P. & Berar 658-666 C.D. Datey

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Some Aspects of Municipal Finance in Bihar 667-676 D.P. Srivastava

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Reorganization of Local Finance in India 677-688 T. Rao

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Economic Thinking in the Indian National Congress 689-707 Khagendra Sen

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Economic Ideas Behind the Permanent Settlement 708-723 B. Natarajan

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Co-Operative Agricultural Credit in Orissa 724-738 Sadasiv Misra

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Rural Co-Operation in Madras: Some Aspects 739-752 B. Row

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Rural Co-Operation in India 753-777 P.M. Trivedi

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Revision of the Raiffeisen System 778-787 K.C. Krishnan

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Rural Co-Operation in Madras 788-806 S.S. Santhanam

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The Organisation of Rural Welfare 807-819 S.S. Bhathera

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Neclected Source of Local Revenues 820-831 M.H. Gopal

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The Scope of Local Finance 832-836 K.V. Rao

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Finances of District Boards in Mysore 837-848 G.N. Krishnamurthy

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Some Aspects of Village Panchayet Finance in Mysore State Since 1927 849-862 N.P. Srinivasamurthy

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Notice 863-863 unknown

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List of Members of the Indian Economic Association 864-873 unknown

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commerce industry

Pages
649
SARF Document ID
sarf.120058

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