Contents: Vol. 1. Dadabhai Naoroji (1825-1917) : Life Sketch and Contribution to Indian Economy: Preface. Introduction. I. Dadabhai Naoroji : life sketch and economic philosophy: 1. Dadabhai Naoroji : life sketch and contribution to Indian economy/K.K. Banerjee. 2. Economic thinking of Dadabhai Naoroji/S. Ambirajan. 3. Economic thoughts of Dadabhai Naoroji/K.S.S. Uduman Mohideen. 4. Dadabhai Naoroji's economic thought/M. Chandraiah. 5. The economic thought of Dadabhai Naoroji/S.P. Kanaga Anbuselvam. 6. Economic nationalism of Dadabhai Naoroji/S. Manickam. 7. Economic ideas of Dadabhai Naoroji/S.K. Shukla. 8. Economic ideas of Dadabhai Naoroji/D. Reddeppa Reddy and G. Siva Reddy. 9. Dadabhai Naoroji, Gokhale and Gandhi as exponents of national economic thought/B.N. Ganguli. II. Selected writings and speeches of Dadabhai Naoroji : a vision on India's economic problems: 10. Poverty and un-British rule in India/Dadabhai Naoroji. 11. Extreme poverty of India due to British misrule/Dadabhai Naoroji. 12. The moral poverty of India and native thoughts on the present British Indian policy/Dadabhai Naoroji. 13. Famine in India/Dadabhai Naoroji. 14. Indian famine and the remedy/Dadabhai Naoroji. 15. An inquiry into the condition of India/Dadabhai Naoroji. 16. The causes of discontent/Dadabhai Naoroji. 17. Administration and management of Indian expenditure/Dadabhai Naoroji. 18. The apportionment of charge between the governments of the United Kingdom and of India/Dadabhai Naoroji. 19. The right relations between Britain and India/Dadabhai Naoroji. III. Dadabhai Naoroji and his macro economic thoughts : some observations: 20. Dadabhai Naoroji--a macro-economic thinker/P. Jegadish Gandhi. 21. Naoroji: the macro-economist/R.P. Sarma. 22. A profile of Dadabhai Naoroji's view on national income/(Sister) Benedicta F. Pinto and A.C. Kumkum Narain. 23. Estimation of national income by Dadabhai Naoroji/A.B. Deogirikar. 24. Dadabhai Naoroji's ideas on public finance/K.S.S. Uduman Mohideen. IV. Dadabhai Naoroji on the rationale of drain theory and poverty : some reflections: 25. The idea of poverty and Dadabhai Naoroji: the colonial and the nationalist paradigms/S. Bhattacharya. 26. Dadabhai Naoroji and the poverty of India/B. Raghavulu Naidu and M. Jaya Krishna. 27. Dadabhai Naoroji, drain theory and poverty--towards a discourse in political economy/Asim K. Karmakar. 28. Dadabhai Naoroji: some reflections on his "drain-theory" in relation to present changing scenario of Indian economy/S.A.R. Bilgrami. 29. Dadabhai Naoroji and the drain theory/Rajiv Dube. 30. Drain theory and Dadabhai Naoroji/R. Nagarajan and A. Sangamithra. 31. The rationale of drain theory/R. Mukherjee. 32. Dadabhai Naoroji's economic thoughts and their relevance in the present Indian context/Biman Chandra De. 33. Dadabhai on his drain theory/Tapati Sanyal. 34. An analysis of Dadabhai Naoroji's revelation to drain theory and poverty/Surendra Prasad Gain. Contributions of Dadabhai Naoroji: a bibliography. Index.
Vol. 2. Mahadev Govind Ranade (1842-1901) : Life Sketch and Contribution to Indian Economy: Preface. Introduction. I. Mahadev Govind Ranade : life sketch and economic philosophy: 1. Mahadev Govind Ranade: life and times of a liberal nationalist/Binita Verma. 2. Mahadev Govind Ranade: the founder of modern Indian economics/K.K. Sen and Usha Pujari. 3. Ranade and economic nationalism/B.N. Ganguli. 4. M.G. Ranade: the champion of national capitalism/Shridhar Pandey and Vinod Kumar Singh. 5. Reading Ranade's essay--a centenary homage/Biman Kar. 6. Economic thought of Mahadev Govind Ranade/S.P. Kanaga. 7. Economic thought of Mahadev Govind Ranade/M.S. Raj, D.J. Chauhan and M.C. Patel. 8. Economic thought of Justice M.G. Ranade: a re-assessment/M.R. Kolhatkar. II. Selected writings and speeches of Mahadev Govind Ranade : a vision on India's economic problems: 9. Indian political economy/Mahadev Govind Ranade. 10. Present state of Indian manufactures and outlook of the same/Mahadev Govind Ranade. 11. Iron industry pioneer attempts/Mahadev Govind Ranade. 12. Re-organisation of real credit in India/Mahadev Govind Ranade. 13. Industrial conference/Mahadev Govind Ranade. 14. Key to progress/Mahadev Govind Ranade. 15. Indian foreign emigration/Mahadev Govind Ranade. 16. Local government in England and India/Mahadev Govind Ranade. 17. The law of land sale in British India/Mahadev Govind Ranade. III. The contributions of Mahadev Govind Ranade and the Indian economic problems : some observations: 18. Mahadev Govind Ranade's contribution to economics/S. Uma Devi. 19. M.G. Ranade: the man and the problems of Indian economy/R.K. Sinha. 20. Ranade's analysis of India's population problem and the views of Naoroji and Deoskar/R.K. Sen and Sri Kumar Mandal. 21. Ranade's tryst with Indian economics/Meenakshi. 22. Ranade and his views on poverty and economic development/Ajit Kumar Mitra. 23. State action and economic planning: a view of Ranade/Ashwini Kant Jha. IV. The relevance of Mahadev Govind Ranade's economic ideas in the existing Indian conditions: 24. Relevance of Ranade/P.J. Jagirdar. 25. Ranade's thoughts on Indian economy and their relevance today/H.S. Parmar. 26. Ranade and his economic nationalism/S.P. Bhardwaj. 27. Economic thought of Mahadev Govind Ranade: some observations under existing Indian conditions/Om Prakash Brahmachary. 28. Economic ideas of Ranade: relevance under present Indian conditions/Ramawatar Singh. 29. Economic ideas of Justice Ranade: relevance under present Indian conditions/Nandlal Arya. 30. Economic thought of Mahadev Govind Ranade with relevance to Indian conditions/Shyam Nath Nandkeoliyar. Contribution of Mahadev Govind Ranade: a bibliography. Index.
Vol. 3. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar (1891-1956) : Life Sketch and Contribution to Indian Economy: Preface. Introduction. I. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar : life sketch and socio-economic philosophy: 1. Socio-economic ideology of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar/R.S. Nandal. 2. The social and economic philosophy of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar/S.P. Kanaga Anbuselvam. 3. The social and economic thoughts of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar/G. Hariharan. 4. Economic thoughts of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar/S.K. Patel, R.C. Talati and M.C. Patel. 5. The life history of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar: a social psychological view/A.C. Paranjpe. 6. Relevancy of socio-economic ideas of Dr. Bhim Rao Ramji Ambedkar today/P.K. Srivastava. II. Selected writings and speeches of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar : a vision on India's economic problems: 7. Provincial finance: its origin/B.R. Ambedkar. 8. The nature of provincial finance/B.R. Ambedkar. 9. The enlargement of the scope of provincial finance/B.R. Ambedkar. 10. From a double standard to a silver standard/B.R. Ambedkar. 11. From a gold standard to a gold exchange standard/B.R. Ambedkar. 12. Statement of evidence before the Royal Commission on Indian currency and finance/B.R. Ambedkar. 13. Evidence before the Royal Commission on Indian currency/B.R. Ambedkar. 14. Buddha or Karl Marx/B.R. Ambedkar. 15. Why Indian labour is determined to win the war?/B.R. Ambedkar. 16. Labour and parliamentary democracy/B.R. Ambedkar. 17. Government's policy towards labour/B.R. Ambedkar. III. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as custodian of social justice and father of human development : some reflections: 18. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as a social reformist/J. Narasimha Rao, J. Muralidhara Rao and D. Vijay Sarathi. 19. Dr. Ambedkar--as custodian of social justice/E. Purushotham. 20. Ambedkar's idea of state socialism based on Buddhism and Marxism to secure social justice/D.K. Halder. 21. Economic structure designed by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar for upliftment of minorities/B.S. Mhaske. 22. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as father of human development/D.V. Ramana and D.B. Krishna Kumari. IV. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar's views on the rationale of India's agrarian reforms: some observations: 23. Dr. Ambedkar on India's agrarian problems/B.L. Mungekar. 24. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar's views on agrarian reforms/Karnati Lingaiah. 25. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar's views on land holdings/H.S. Parmar. V. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar's contributions to currency, finance, prices, taxation and exchange rate policies : an appraisal: 26. Relevance of Dr. Ambedkar's economic ideas on the problems of Indian currency: some observations/Debendra Kumar Das. 27. Ambedkar versus keynes--on Indian currency: in the light of contemporary relevance/Alokenanda Roy. 28. A profile of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar's view on the concept of convertibility of rupee/Debesh Bhowmik. 29. B.R. Ambedkar's contribution to the history of provincial decentralization of imperial finance/Abdul Azim Islahi. 30. The relevance of Dr. Ambedkar's views on tax and exchange rate policies/G. Nancharaiah. 31. Ambedkar's contributions to the administration of finance, the problem of rupee and the theorem of falling prices: some reflections/Debnarayan Sarker. Contributions of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar: a bibliography. Index.
Vol. 4. C.N. Vakil (1895-1979) : Life Sketch and Contribution to Indian Economy: Preface. Introduction. I. Professor C.N. Vakil : life sketch and economic philosophy: 1. Prof. C.N. Vakil's contributions to economic thinkings/P.R. Brahmananda. 2. Life sketch and economic ideas of Prof. C.N. Vakil/J.N. Antani and J.B. Thacker. 3. Mellifluence of Prof. C.N. Vakil's economic ideas/Arjun Singh, C.R. Kaushik and O.P. Nain. 4. The economic ideas of Prof. C.N. Vakil/M. Narasimhulu and B. Sudhakar Reddy. 5. C.N. Vakil's contributions to economics, 1920-1950/P.R. Brahmananda. II. Selected writing and speeches of Prof. C.N. Vakil : a vision on India's economic problems: 6. Formation of economic opinion in India/C.N. Vakil. 7. What life has taught me?/C.N. Vakil. 8. Disciplined hard work/C.N. Vakil. 9. Planning with deficit financing/C.N. Vakil. 10. Inaugural address/C.N. Vakil. 11. A policy to contain inflation with SEMIBOMBLA/C.N. Vakil and others. 12. Draft sixth plan/C.N. Vakil. III. Tributes to Prof. C.N. Vakil by a galaxy of distinguished economists: 13. How one may view the development of economic theory/A.K. Dasgupta. 14. Economists and Indian development/A.M. Khusro. 15. World economy in the nineties--issues in sustainable growth/V.R. Panchamukhi. 16. Employment guarantee schemes: are they a good idea?/Martin Ravallion. 17. Public enterprises reform/S.L. Rao. IV. Prof. C.N. Vakil's views on the problems of poverty and inflation in India : some reflections: 18. Prof. C.N. Vakil on the problem of poverty in India/H.S. Parmar. 19. Vakil's ideas on poverty--some reminiscences/S. Lakshmi and R. Karthikeyan. 20. Prof. C.N. Vakil's contributions to inflation/L. Sasikala. 21. The economic ideals of Dr. C.N. Vakil on devaluation of Indian rupee/S.P. Kanaga Anbuselvam. 22. The economic ideas of Prof. C.N. Vakil on financial development in India/V. Anbumani and P. Ganesan. 23. Economic ideas of Prof. C.N. Vakil in the fiscal sphere/Renu Ruhela. V. Prof. C.N. Vakil's contributions to Indian planning and economic policy : some observations: 24. A tale of two plans: a review of Prof. C.N. Vakil's economic ideas of the first and second plans/T.R. Bishnoi and N.M. Pandya. 25. Prof. C.N. Vakil and Indian planning/Y.L. Inamdar and S.G. Purohit. 26. Contribution of Prof. C.N. Vakil to Indian planning/Subodh Kumar Sinha. 27. Vakil-Mahalanobis controversy on Indian planning/Sanjeev Kumar Mishra. VI. The relevance of Vakil's wage-goods-model : the Indian experience: 28. Evolution of Indian economic opinion in the context of planning for a wage-goods economy : a historical reflection/R.K. Sinha. 29. Wage-goods model for India: a viable alternative/Ajit Kumar Sinha. 30. Planning for a wage-goods economy : some reflections on its optimization framework/M.J. Manohar Rao. 31. C.N. Vakil, wage goods model of development and the Indian economy--some reflections/Biswajit Chatterjee. 32. Reflections on Vakil-Brahmananda-Mathur strategies of development: some issues of controversy under Indian conditions/Debendra Kumar Das. 33. Benevolent reforms--waiting for wage-goods/G.S. Monga. Contributions of Professor C.N. Vakil: a bibliography. Index.
Vol. 5. D.R. Gadgil (1901-1971) : Life Sketch and Contribution to Indian Economy: Preface. Introduction. I. Professor D.R. Gadgil : life sketch and economic philosophy: 1. Economic ideas of D.R. Gadgil/R. Naagarajan and A. Sangamithra. 2. D.R. Gadgil, the social scientist and the first critic of Indian planning/Asim Chaudhuri. 3. The economic ideas of D.R. Gadgil/S.M. Humair Ahmad. 4. Economic ideas of Professor D.R. Gadgil--some aspects/M.S. Raj, D.J. Chauhan and M.C. Patel. II. Selected writings and speeches of Professor D.R. Gadgil on conceptual issues in economic planning and policy making: 5. Some conceptual issues in economic policy-making/D.R. Gadgil. 6. Planning in India--some basic problems/D.R. Gadgil. 7. Experience of Indian planning/D.R. Gadgil. 8. Planning and administration/D.R. Gadgil. 9. The shifting fortunes of agriculture: the experience of less fully developed countries/D.R. Gadgil. 10. Problems relating to land reform/D.R. Gadgil. 11. Industrial growth and investment/D.R. Gadgil. 12. Financing development in the public sector and public enterprises/D.R. Gadgil. 13. Reorientation of policies for promoting employment/D.R. Gadgil. 14. Employment in rural areas/D.R. Gadgil. 15. Ex-colonial and new income differentials in India/D.R. Gadgil. 16. Women in the working force in India/D.R. Gadgil. 17. Some aspects of centre-state financial relations/D.R. Gadgil. 18. Towards self-reliance/D.R. Gadgil. 19. Our educational policy/D.R. Gadgil. III. Selected writings and speeches of Professor D.R. Gadgil on conceptual issues in co-operative commonwealth and economic development: 20. Origin and spread of co-operative activity/D.R. Gadgil. 21. Government-sponsored co-operation--objectives and characteristics/D.R. Gadgil. 22. Co-operation and the transformation of economic society/D.R. Gadgil. 23. Reflections on a co-operative social order/D.R. Gadgil. 24. Socio-economic factors underlying leadership problems in co-operative organisations/D.R. Gadgil. 25. Prospective development in co-operative finance/D.R. Gadgil. 26. Co-operative training and education/D.R. Gadgil. 27. Co-operation in India--retrospect and prospect/D.R. Gadgil. IV. Professor D.R. Gadgil's views on the rationales of Indian agriculture and rural development: 28. Gadgil's ideas on agriculture and development/K.S.S. Uduman Mohideen and R. Mohamed Nafi. 29. Planning for agricultural development: a profile of D.R. Gadgil's view/Subrata Patra. 30. Economic thoughts of D.R. Gadgil on irrigation/P. Sanjeeva Reddy. 31. Gadgil on the problem of agricultural labour in India/K. Raja. 32. Gadgil and rural credit in India/V.L. Inamdar and A.D. Mulgund. 33. Dr. D.R. Gadgil's thoughts on co-operative movement in Maharashtra/V.B. Jugale. V. Professor D.R. Gadgil's contribution to Indian planning and economic policy : some basic problems: 34. Gadgil's framework on planning and economic policy/M.M. Goel and Sharmila Mann. 35. Prof. D.R. Gadgil's thoughts on Indian economics and planning/D.V. Jahagirdar and M.D. Jahagirdar. 36. D.R. Gadgil's views on planning and co-operation in India/R.S. Nandal. VI. The relevance of Professor D.R. Gadgil's approach to present Indian conditions : some reflections: 37. Relevance of economic thought of Professor D.R. Gadgil even after a quarter century/Tapati Sanyal. 38. The economic ideas of D.R. Gadgil and their relevance in the changing scenario/V. Anbumani. Contributions of Professor D.R. Gadgil : a bibliography. Index.
Vol. 6. B.R. Shenoy (1905-1978) : Life Sketch and Contribution to Indian Economy: Preface. Introduction. I. Professor B.R. Shenoy : life sketch and economic philosophy: 1. Life sketch and economic philosophy of Professor B.R. Shenoy/S.B. Mehta. 2. Professor Shenoy's sketch of life and economic philosophy/Mahesh Joshi. 3. Professor Shenoy : an economist and an academician/Himmat Patel. II. Selected writings and speeches of Professor S.R. Shenoy : a vision of India's economic problems: 4. The Indian economic scene--some aspects/B.R. Shenoy. 5. Economic growth with social justice/B.R. Shenoy. 6. Deficit financing and Indian economic development/B.R. Shenoy. 7. Planning in India--a critique/B.R. Shenoy. 8. A note of dissent on the memorandum of the panel of economists/B.R. Shenoy. 9. Plan achievement in India/B.R. Shenoy. 10. The failure of Indian planning/B.R. Shenoy. 11. Effects of price control/B.R. Shenoy. 12. India's balance of payments crisis/B.R. Shenoy. 13. The need for and consequences of devaluation/B.R. Shenoy. 14. Economics of gold smuggling and its remedy: a proposal for gold exchange bank/B.R. Shenoy. 15. Public sector wastage/B.R. Shenoy. 16. Black-market incomes: problem of disposal/B.R. Shenoy. 17. Foreign aid and the third five plan/B.R. Shenoy. 18. A source of inflation for next five years/B.R. Shenoy. 19. Economics of corruption/B.R. Shenoy. 20. The right road to Indian progress/B.R. Shenoy. 21. Consumer sovereignty leads to rapid economic development/B.R. Shenoy. III. Professor B.R. Shenoy's contributions to Indian planning and overall economic policy: 22. B.R. Shenoy: his times and ours/Lord P.T. Bauer. 23. Professor Shenoy's contributions to Indian economic planning and policy/P.R. Brahmananda. 24. B.R. Shenoy: an uncompromising liberal and a critique of Indian planning/Santanu Ghose. 25. Professor Shenoy's contributions to Indian planning and economic policies/K. Siva Prasad. 26. Scales of Professor B.R. Shenoy's economic thinking on India's economic planning and policy making/Arjun Singh and Rai Singh. 27. B.R. Shenoy : the man and his ideas on economic development/Ajit Kumar Mitra. IV. Professor B.R. Shenoy's views on the rationale of deficit financing, inflation and social justice: 28. Professor Shenoy's approach to deficit financing and inflation: some reflections/Y.L. Inamdar and Anand D. Mulgund. 29. Rationale of deficit-financing, inflation and social justice: some reflections on Shenoy's contribution to monetary reforms/M.S. Raj, D.J. Chauhan and M.C. Patel. 30. Shenoy's approach to deficit financing, inflation and social justice/Hira Nand Singh and Ravi Shankar Kumar Singh. 31. B.R. Shenoy's views on deficit financing, inflation and social justice: an assessment/Surendra Prasad Gain. V. Relevance of Professor B.R. Shenoy's economic contributions to present economic conditions of Indian economy: 32. Relevance of the economic ideas of B.R. Shenoy in present situation in India/S.Y. Patil. 33. Relevance of Professor Shenoy's thought on the current debate about India's economic policies/Ajit Kumar Mitra. 34. Imperatives of Professor Shenoy's standpoints on foreign aid, economics of corruption, functions of Indian universities and educational subsidy: some aspects/D.J. Chauhan, M.S. Raj and M.C. Patel. 35. Relevance of some of the economic ideas of Professor Shenoy at present time/Tapati Sanyal. Contributions of Professor B.R. Shenoy : a bibliography. Index.
Vol. 7. V.K.R.V. Rao (1908-1994) : Life Sketch and Contribution to Indian Economy: Preface. Introduction. I. Professor V.K.R.V. Rao : life sketch and economic philosophy: 1. Economic philosophy of Professor V.K.R.V. Rao/Abdul Azim Islahi. 2. Contribution of Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao to economics/P.V. Shenoi. 3. Glimpses of economic ideas of Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao/Rajendera Kumar. 4. Economic ideas of V.K.R.V. Rao/K.D. Gaur. 5. Economic ideas of Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao/H.H. Uliveppa. 6. Economic ideas of Dr. Vijendra Kasturi Ranga Varadaraja Rao/L. Sasikala. 7. Economic ideas of Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao and their relevance today/V. Anbumani and K. Amuthavalli. 8. Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao--the eminent economist : a profile/K.N. Subrahmanya. II. Selected writings and speeches of Professor V.K.R.V. Rao : a vision on India's economic problems: 9. The nature and purpose of economic activity/V.K.R.V. Rao. 10. From a traditional to an industrial society/V.K.R.V. Rao. 11. Ethical pattern of economic life/V.K.R.V. Rao. 12. The political economy of war/V.K.R.V. Rao. 13. Some basic features of India's war economy/V.K.R.V. Rao. 14. Scarcity, inflation and rising prices/V.K.R.V. Rao. 15. What government's war-time economic policy is?/V.K.R.V. Rao. 16. Reflection on economic policies in the post-independence India/V.K.R.V. Rao. 17. The concept of national income/V.K.R.V. Rao. 18. Investment, income and the multiplier in an underdeveloped economy/V.K.R.V. Rao. 19. Productivity and growth/V.K.R.V. Rao. 20. India's national income, 2001 AD/V.K.R.V. Rao. 21. The current Indian scene: light and darkness/V.K.R.V. Rao. 22. National action/V.K.R.V. Rao. 23. India and the challenge of democratic development/V.K.R.V. Rao. 24. Balance between agriculture and industry in economic development/V.K.R.V. Rao. III. Professor V.K.R.V. Rao's views on the rationale of economic activity, regional planning, rural development and social justice: 25. Prof. V.K.R.V. Rao: a champion of 'ends' aspect of economic activity/D.V. Jahagirdar and M.D. Jahagirdar. 26. Democratic socialist economy: a profile of Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao's view/R.S. Nandal. 27. Micro-regional planning and social justice contribution of V.K.R.V. Rao/K.M. Naidu. 28. V.K.R.V. Rao's village cluster approach to rural development/R. Arunachalam. 29. Values and human factor in economic and social development: some reflections on Professor V.K.R.V. Rao's contributions/Santanu Ghosh. IV. Professor V.K.R.V. Rao's contribution to India's national income estimates : an appraisal: 30. Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao on India's national income/Y.L. Inamdar and Anand D. Mulgund. 31. Professor V.K.R.V. Rao's ideas on national income and his economic excogitation/Arjun Singh. 32. Estimation of national income in India/P. Ambiga Devi and R. Ponmani. 33. Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao--a pioneer in national income estimates/R. Rukmani, Bhuvaneswari Narasiman and G. Malathi. 34. Prospective thoughts of V.K.R.V. Rao on national income analysis: an appraisal/B.P. Chandramohan. 35. Economic ideas of V.K.R.V. Rao: national income accounting/Y.L. Inamdar and S.G. Purohit. V. Professor V.K.R.V. Rao's approach to Keynesian multiplier and its applicability to employment generation under Indian conditions: 36. Investment, income and the multiplier in an underdeveloped economy--revisited/S.D. Chamola, Parveen K. Sardana and Pardeep Kumar. 37. Keynesian theory of multiplier and employment situation in India/Ratan Kumar Ghosal. 38. Employment generation as perceived by Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao and its applicability in the context of the new economic policy/P. Ambiga Devi and R. Ponmani. 39. Economic ideas of Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao on Keynesian multiplier application to Indian employment situation/Manjushri Gupta. 40. Economic thought of Prof. V.K.R.V. Rao on economic development and growth with particular reference to Keynesian multiplier application to Indian economy/S.P. Bhardwaj. Contributions of V.K.R.V. Rao : a bibliography. Index.
Vol. 8. Malcolm S. Adiseshiah (1910-1994) : Life Sketch and Contribution to Indian Economy: Preface. Introduction. Professor Malcolm S. Adiseshiah : an introduction to research biography/Debendra Kumar Das and Jegadish Gandhi. I. A tribute to Professor Malcolm S. Adiseshiah: 1. A workman like economist/P.R. Brahmananda. 2. A development economist/C.T. Kurien. 3. An educational economist/C.B. Padmanabhan. II. Professor Malcolm S. Adiseshiah's contribution to Indian economy : an overview: 4. Towards a little less irrelevance/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 5. Natural resource environment/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 6. Dimensions of demography/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 7. Agricultural development/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 8. Industrial development/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 9. Industrial finance: its scope and efficacy/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 10. The economies of the states/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 11. International economic relations/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 12. Globalisation of the economy/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 13. Structural adjustment in the Indian economy: basic issue and new policy initiatives/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. III. Professor Malcolm S. Adiseshiah's contribution to economics of planning: 14. Economy in four decades/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 15. Sixth plan: a broad analysis/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 16. Seventh plan: perspectives/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 17. Eighth plan: perspectives/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 18. Decentralisation/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 19. Panchayat Raj--the malady and the remedy/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. IV. Professor Malcolm S. Adiseshiah's contribution to dynamics of development: 20. Development goals and strategies/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 21. Political economy of development/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 22. India's foreign trade/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 23. The economy in 2001 A.D./Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. V. Professor Malcolm S. Adiseshiah's observation on the fallacies of Indian plan strategy: 24. The culture of the poor/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 25. The menace of black money/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 26. The problems of administered pricing/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 27. The fiscal crisis/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 28. The right to work/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. VI. Professor Malcolm S. Adiseshiah's contribution to facets of education: 29. Educational planning: a preview/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 30. Continuing education: status and future directions/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 31. Distance education: concepts and forms/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 32. Higher education: perspectives/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 33. Adult literacy: imperatives/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. 34. Education for tomorrow: more for better/Malcolm S. Adiseshiah. Contributions of Professor Malcolm S. Adiseshiah : a bibliography. Index.
Vol. 9. P.R. Brahmananda (1926-2003) : Life Sketch and Contribution to Indian Economy: Preface. Professor P.R. Brahmananda : an introduction to research biography/Debendra Kumar Das. I. Professor P.R. Brahmananda: academic profile and motivations to economics: 1. PRB's academic life and motivations to economics in his own words/Raj Kumar Sen. 2. Professor P.R. Brahmananda: the multi-faceted economic genius/K. Venkatasubramanian. 3. My association with Professor P.R. Brahmananda/Alak Ghosh. 4. Professor P.R. Brahmananda: memoirs from a long distance admirer/Raj Kumar Sen. II. Professor P.R. Brahmananda: a proficient theorist: 5. Brahmananda: a critical theorist?/Vikas Chitre and Smriti Mukherjee. 6. Nobel economics and Brahmananda/Ajit Kumar Sinha. 7. The stalwart economic theoretician with Indian traditional world outlook/Ratan Lal Basu. 8. From Buddha to Brahmananda: a historical commentary on wage-goods thought/G.S. Monga. III. Some selected writings of Professor P.R. Brahmananda: 9. Major developments in economics in the post-second war period/P.R. Brahmananda. 10. Ethics, utilitarian and Kantian, and economics/P.R. Brahmananda. 11. The lost trails or some thoughts on pre-independence economics in India/P.R. Brahmananda. 12. Major economic events and their significance/P.R. Brahmananda. 13. Development strategies and drifting Indian economy 'Truth alone succeeds, not falsehood'/P.R. Brahmananda. 14. Twentieth century developments in international economy/P.R. Brahmananda. 15. Factor mobility, globalisation, multi-national corporations, convergence and the consequent revolution in international trade theory/P.R. Brahmananda. IV. Professor P.R. Brahmananda on ethics, welfare human capital, planning and globalisation: 16. PRB on ethics, polity and economy/V.B. Jugale. 17. Dharmonomics and PRB: a critical evaluation/A.D.N. Bajpai.18. Prof. P.R. Brahmananda's approach to welfare economics/K. Padmanabhan. 19. Professor Brahmananda's little outing in the field of human capital theory/Nitish Datta. 20. Economic planning and Brahmananda/Nitish Datta and Angana Deb. 21. PRB's outlook for planning, employment and international economy under globalisation/Bishwa Nath Singh. V. Professor P.R. Brahmananda on wage-goods approach to development: 22. Wage-goods approach to development and India's economic policy/Biswajit Chatterjee. 23. Professor P.R. Brahmananda on wage-goods model/R.S. Mishra. 24. The framework of wage-goods model/Debesh Bhowmik. 25. Relevance of PRB's wage-goods model to India/Narendra Prasad. VI. Professor P.R. Brahmananda on Indian economy: 26. PRB on Indian economy--1947-2002: a trend analysis/P. Jegadish Gandhi. 27. P.R. Brahmananda: random thoughts over Indian economy/A. Ranga Reddy. 28. Agricultural reforms and food security: tenth plan agenda/Amalesh Banerjee. 29. Brahmananda on productivity in the Indian economy/Paramjit Nanda and P.S. Raikhy. 30. Growth and instability of agricultural trade in India/P.K. Pal. Appendix: 1. A complete list of PRB's writings (1949-2003). 2. Some extracts from letters on PRB's works. 3. Citation: the financial express award for economics, 1996. Index.
Vol. 10. Amartya Kumar Sen : Life Sketch and Contribution to Indian Economy: Preface. Professor Amartya Kumar Sen: an introduction to research biography/Debendra Kumar Das. I. Professor Amartya Kumar Sen : life sketch and economic philosophy: 1. Amartya Sen's career and contributions/Dhires Bhattacharya. 2. Amartya Sen: a versatile genius/Alak Ghosh. 3. Amartya Sen--a remarkable personality and a humane economist--an analysis of his contributions to economics/H.N. Roy. 4. Aspects of Amartya Sen's contributions/Subrata Gupta. 5. The Harbinger of a revolution in economic theory/C.B. Padmanabhan. II. Professor Sen's contributions to the absolute theory of social choice and related issues: 6. Social choice and development--Sen's radicalism/Amalesh Banerjee. 7. Amartya Sen and the transformation of the agenda of welfare economics/P.R. Brahmananda. 8. Sen's welfare ethics and Gandhism/K.K. Sinha. 9. The welfare tradition and Amartya Sen/S.K. Bose. 10. A critique of Amartya Sen's contribution to welfare economics/Jiwitesh Kumar Singh. 11. Amartya Sen and welfare economics--some reflections/K.M. Naidu. 12. Amartya Sen's contribution to welfare economics/Surendra Prasad Gain. III. Professor Sen's measures to inequality and poverty: 13. Professor Amartya Kumar Sen: an economist of the deprived/Tapati Sanyal. 14. Inequality: the focal point in Sen's economics/Raj Kumar Sen. 15. Amartya Sen: a philosopher of poverty/Ram Binod Singh. 16. Analysis of poverty, famine, hunger and Professor Amartya Sen/Smriti Mukherjee. 17. Amartya Sen on the measurement of poverty/Debesh Bhowmik. 18. Sen's measurement of poverty and its link with inequality/B.P. Chandramohan. 19. Amartya Sen's index revisited/N. Sreenivasa Iyengar. 20. Poverty and inequality: Amartya Sen's quiz/P.K. Chaubey. IV. Professor Sen's contribution to development economics: 21. Amartya Kumar Sen and the human science of development/Amiya Kumar Bagchi. 22. Amartya Sen and contemporary development economics--a critical review/Biswajit Chatterjee. 23. On the contributions of Amartya Sen to economic science and development/Asim K. Karmakar. 24. Prof. Amartya Sen and human development/Basabi Bhattacharya. 25. A.K. Sen's contribution to human development/S. Narapa Reddy, A. Rajasekhar and P. Kodandarami Reddy. 26. The entitlement approach: its conceptual contours and contextual issues/P. Jegadish Gandhi. Appendix: 1. Academic curriculum vitae of Professor Amartya K. Sen. 2. Contributions of Professor Amartya Kumar Sen: a bibliography. Index.