Economic and social impact of global financial crisis: implications for macroeconomic and development policies in South Asia
The broad objectives of the present study are to examine the impact of the global financial crisis as it folded during 2008 and 2009 on four major South Asian economies i.e., Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka; identify policy actions taken to mitigate the adverse impacts of the crisis; and spell out a broader framework for macroeconomic and development policies to ensure sustainable and inclusive growth.
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