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Indian Journal of Economics July 1947

1948

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Summary

The most significant among the favourable circumstances for the evolution of the multilateral trading system was the long-term capital investments in the nineteenth century which was an age of maturing capitalism. [...] The Hawley-Smoot Tariff of the United States of America which was passed into law in 193o was the highest in the history of that country and it was the initial factor in the disintegration of trade relationships. [...] The trade agreements between India and the United Kingdom were only a part in the scheme of inter-imperial trade evolved for the formation of economic groups of countries. [...] An idea of the magnitude of the last item of imports may be gleaned from the fact that for some time past we have been importing food-grains of the value of Rs. [...] During the war period there has been a considerable amount of a favourable balance of trade but towards the end of the war there was a dwindling balance until in 1945 the balance was negative to the extent of 19.41 lakhs.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Cover i-i M.C. Munshi, Abdul Qadir

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Frontmatter i-v M.C. Munshi, Abdul Qadir

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India in a World Trading System 1-8 R. Balakrishna

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Essentials of a Short-Term Commercial Policy for India 9-16 Rabindra Chatterji

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Some Aspects of India’s Commercial Policy 17-22 K. N. Bitattacharya

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Industrial Policy of India with Special Reference to Tariffs 23-30 R. V. Rao

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Commercial Policy for India 31-38 V. M. Paranjpe

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Terms of Trade and Commercial Policy 39-48 N. V. A. Narasimham

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Essentials of an Appropriate Commercial Policy for India 49-54 S. Sen Gupta

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Shipping in Relation to Commercial Policy 55-60 L. A. Natesan

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Cheap Money Policy 61-66 M. H. Vaswani

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Cheap Money Policy 67-74 B. S. Rao

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Cheap Money Policy in Free India 75-82 V. G. Sahasrabudhe

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Cheap Money Policy 83-88 V. M. Paranjpe

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Cheap Money and its Place in the Postwar Economy of India 89-94 Harekrishna Misra

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Cheap Money Policy 95-104 Bimalendu Dhar

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Cheap Money Policy 105-112 M. Sitaramayya

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The Future of Cheap Money 113-120 S. L. N. Simha

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Social Protection for Agricultural Labourers 121-130 V. Jagannadham

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Minimum Wages for Agricultural Labour 131-136 S. C. Dash

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Agricultural Labour in India 137-142 P. C. Malhotra

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Agricultural Labour in India 143-154 D. V. Rajalakshman

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Problem of Agricultural Labour in India 155-162 Kalyan Dutt, Anukul Das

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Problems of Agricultural Labour in India 163-174 Karunamoy Mukherjee

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Problems of Agricultural Labour 175-178 M. V. Kibe

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Agricultural Labour in Andhra Desa—Some Aspects 179-186 B. Govindarow

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Agricultural Labour in U. P. 187-196 Shridhar Misra

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Recruitment of Labour in Tea Plantations in India as an Outlet for Landless Agriculturists 197-206 S. N. Mukhopadhyaya

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commerce industry

Pages
214
SARF Document ID
sarf.120058

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