Money, Income, Prices in 19th Century India

ISBN Number : 81-7866-200-0

Library Price : Rs.1800

Library Dollar Price : 72$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2001

No. Of Pages : 744

Book Weight :0

About The Book

Monetary history deals with the course of money, prices, interest rates, exchange rate, nominal and real incomes, related fiscal and other growth and development magnitudes. Developed countries undertake and sponsor special research studies to assemble data regarding above magnitudes over long periods and to analyse the same. This study deals comprehensive with the 19th century events and experiences of the then Indian sub-continent in the monetary and related areas. In the process, more than 200 time first volume of a research project, sponsored volume in process will cover the 20th British rule. His Excellency Dr.Ranagarajan, former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, who was instrumental in commissioning the study, has written a foreword to this volume, in which he states "There are hardly few countries. I am glad and proud that this gap is being filled for India...

Book Content of Money, Income, Prices in 19th Century India

 

  1. INTRODUCTION
  2. GAPS IN HISTORICAL STATISTICS
  3. NET DOMESTIC PRODUCT OF THE INDIAN SUB-CINTINENT FOR THE PERIOD 1861-62 TO 1899-1900
  4. ESTIMATION OF MONEY STOCK SERIES
  5. THE RUPEE CENSUS
  6. TIME SERIES OF MACRO ECONOMIC VARIABLES
  7. THE INDIAN ECONOMY AROUND THE EARLY 1860`S
  8. THE CHANGING PROFILE OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY DURING 1861-62 TO 1899-1900
  9. A CHRONOLOGICAL CURRENCY HISTORY OF INDIA: 1835-36 TO 1899-1900
  10. MONETARY EVOLUTION DURING THE PERIOD: 1861-62 TO 1899-1900
  11. THEORETICAL BACKDROP AND DIFFERENT ANGELES ON THE CURRENCY HISTORY
  12. THE HERSCHELL COMMITTEE AND ITS REPORT
  13. THE FOWLER COMMITTEE AND ITS REPORT
  14. THE TIME-COURSE OF KEY VARIABLES IN THE INDIAN SUB-CONTINENT DURING 1861-62 TO 1899-1900
  15. THE ECONOMY OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY DURING THE PERIOD OF THE FALLING EXCHANGE RATE DUE TO THE FALLING GOLD PRICE OF SILVER(1871-72 TO 1892-93)
  16. THE COURSE FO KEY VARIABLES DURING THE POST-MINT-CLOSURE PERIOD TILL THE ADVENT OF THE GOLD EXCHANGE STANDARD(1893-94 TO 1899-1900)
  17. LESSONS FROM THE CURRENCY HISTORY
  18. CORRELATION AND CYCLICALITIES
  19. DETERMINANTS OF PRICE LEVEL AN ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS
  20. DEMAND FOR MONEY
  21. THE SUPPLY OF MONEY
  22. INTEREST RATE AND ITS DETERMINATION
  23. THE DETERMINATION OF REAL NDP AND RELATED MATTERS
  24. THE EXCHANGE RATE OF THE RUPEE AND RELATED TRADE MATTERS
  25. PUBLIC FINANCE
  26. THE GENERAL IMPACT OF THE DRAIN ON THE ECONOMY
  27. EXERCISE IN ECONOMETRIC MODELLING OF THE ECONOMY
  28. THE THEORETICAL FRMAEWORK UNDERLYING THE APPROACH ECONOMIC HISTROY IN THE STUDY
  29. THE QUANTITY THEORY OF MONEY: A RESTATEMENT ALONG CLASSICAL LINES
  30. SUMMARY
  31. HISTORICAL TIME SERIES OF THE INDIAN SUB-CONTINENT 1835-36/1861-1900
  32. BIBLIOGRAPHY
  33. INDEX OF AUTHORS
  34. INDEX OF SUBJECTS
  35. CHARTS

About The Author

Late Dr. P.R. Brahmananda has been a professor at the Department of Economics. Mumbai University and is currently an honorary fellow of the Institute for Social and Economical Journal. In 1996 he was nominated for the Financial Express Award for the outstanding economist of the year.


   Dr. Brahmanand is known as a pioneer in the early Fifties for studies in Welfare Economics from a classical and Marshallian angle and of researches in development economics from the angle of under-developed Countries. In the mid-fifties, he developed the wage-goods model of development with special accent on employment and income. In sixties he helped to develop modern classical analysis in value, development, money and international trade and related spheres along the lines of the Ricordosraffa tradition. In the late Sixties, he evolved the new classical approach to macroeconomics strictly along classical lines. He also worked out the classical theory of liquidity for the modern per

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