India's 1990-91 Crisis: Reforms, Myths and Paradoxes
AbstractFor most people the story of Indian reforms starts in the nineties, following the BOP crisis of 1990-91. There was a detectable increase in the rate of growth of the Indian economy in the 1980s arising from the liberalisation initiated in the eighties. [Working Paper No. 4/2001-PC]
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Indian; reforms; nineties; Indian economy; liberalisation; industry; fiscal policy;
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