India's financial sector has undergone significant changes following the start of the economic liberalization in the early 1990s. In addition to providing important information on monetary and financial issues in India, this book also provides examples to analyze a developing economy by using macro-financial data. The book also focuses on three main topics, that is, monetary policy, financial markets and finance-poverty nexus, and provides new insights into these issues by applying some recently developed quantitative techniques.
Introduction; Monetary Policy in India: Past, Present and Future: Money Demand Stability and Monetary Targeting; Multiple Indicator Approach as the Present Policy Framework; Has the Taylor-Rule Worked in India?: The Applicability of Inflation Targeting; Financial Market in India: Stock Market: Causal Relationship between Stock Returns and FIIs Investment; Commodity Market: Market Efficiency of Commodity Futures; Foreign Exchange Market: What Explains Exchange Rage Fluctuations?; Central Bank Intervention and Exchange Rate Movements; Finance Development and Poverty Alleviation in India: Financial Deepening and Poverty Alleviation; Financial Permeation and Poverty Alleviation; Concluding Remarks.
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