Academic Foundation in association with the EPW Research Foundation brings to you the one stop resource for all important economic data on India ! Presenting... India: A Pocket book of Data Series Development of independent India from an agrarian stage to a modern economy began in early 1950s. After the first four decades of planning, India embarked upon a series of economic and financial sector reforms beginning early 1990s. While India has continually been undergoing socio-economic and structural transformation, its economic growth has accelerated in the last about two decades. Since 2004, it has further entered into a higher growth trajectory. This Pocket Book from EPW Research Foundation captures these trends and pattern, from data sets for a variety of social and economic indicators compiled and presented in a compact manner in discrete and continuous annual series. The five major components of data sets are: Macro Economy, Social Sector, Infrastructure, Profile of States and International Comparison. It is a quick and handy reference tool for academics, executives, students and researchers and for anybody interested in the saga of India's development profile.
The EPW Research Foundation conducts research on financial and macroeconomic issues in India, focusing on systematic compilation and dissemination of current and long-term data series on macroeconomy, as well as on various economic, social, and demographic sectors.