Capital Flows and Exchange Rate Management by Soumyen SikdarCapital Flows and Exchange Rate Management by Soumyen Sikdar

Capital Flows and Exchange Rate Management

bySoumyen Sikdar

Paperback | May 15, 2013

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The Oxford India Short Introductions are concise, stimulating, and accessible guides to different aspects of India. Combining authoritative analysis, new ideas, and diverse perspectives, they discuss subjects which are topical yet enduring, as also emerging areas of study and debate. Integration with the global economy has opened India to cross-border flows of not merely goods and services, but also financial capital. India is now a preferred destination among the emerging market economies for foreign investors. Is this transition necessarily beneficial for the Indian economy?What are its consequences and how is it to be regulated? How has the Indian economy successfully averted a financial crisis in the era of economic liberalization, unlike many other developing economies?This short introduction provides answers to questions such as these by analysing the basic forces driving capital flows, their impact on the exchange rate, and their implications for foreign reserves and domestic money supply. It will be a vital guide for students of economics, finance, andmanagement, as well as general readers interested in the prospects of the Indian economy.
Soumyen Sikdar is Professor of Economics at the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta in Kolkata.
Title:Capital Flows and Exchange Rate ManagementFormat:PaperbackDimensions:152 pages, 7.28 × 4.92 × 0.03 inPublished:May 15, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198075456

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Table of Contents

Introduction1. Types and Trends of Capital Flows2. Balance of Payments, Exchange Rate, and Monetary Policy3. International Funds Flow and Economic Policy4. Currency Crisis and the Convertibility DebateConclusionReferencesFurther ReadingIndex