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India and the Eurozone: A Commentary on the Political Economy of Adjustment and Correction

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  • Shailaja Fennell
  • Amandeep Kaur
  • Ajit Singh

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This commentary focuses on the interaction between Eurozone and India with a particular focus on the relationship between changes and economic conditions in these two jurisdictions. In the pre liberalization world, India and the Eurozone were regarded a priori as having little interaction with each other. This story changes with globalization and relatively free capital movements. We highlight some of the important changes which have occurred in the Eurozone and Indian economies and discuss the implications for other regions and countries. The commentary sets out a number of hypotheses and uses broad- brush data to provide the intellectual foundations for our analysis.
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  • Shailaja Fennell & Amandeep Kaur & Ajit Singh, 2013. "India and the Eurozone: A Commentary on the Political Economy of Adjustment and Correction," Contributions to Political Economy, Oxford University Press, vol. 32(1), pages 151-167.
  • Handle: RePEc:oup:copoec:v:32:y:2013:i:1:p:151-167
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