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अर्थशास्त्र Economics B.A. 2nd Year

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Book Code : 7341

ISBN : 978-93-5167-122-0

Language : Hindi

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Authors : Dr. V. C. Sinha, Dr. Pushpa Sinha

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1. Macro Economics, 2. Macro Economic Equilibrium, 3. National Income Accounting, 4. National Income and Green National Income, 5. Measurement of National Income, 6. National Income and Economic Welfare, 7. Circular Flow of Income and National Income Identities, 8. Theory of National Income Determination—Classical Theory, 9. Say's Law of Markets, 10. Keynesian Theory of Employment : Determinants of Income and Employment, 11. Equality between Saving and Investment and Equilibrium, 12. IS and LM Functions—General Equilibrium of Product and Money Market, 13. Consumption Function and Psychological Law of Consumption, 14. The Saving Function, 15. Theory of Multiplier, 16. Wages and Employment : Pigou Effect and Wealth Effect, 17. Post-Keynesian Consumption Function : Reconciliation of  Short and Long-Period Consumption Functions, 18. The Investment Function and Determinants of Investment, 19. Marginal Efficiency of Capital, 20. Theory of Accelerator, 21. Capital Stock Adjustment and Investment, 22. Keynesian Theory and Under-developed Countries, 23. Cobweb Theorem of Theory, 24. Business Cycle, 25. The Harrod-Domar Models, 26. Solow's Model of Long-Run Growth, 27. Macro Economic Theories of Distribution, 28. Macro Economic Policies : Monetary Policy and Fiscal Policy, 29. Inflation : Concept and Theory, 30. Rate of Interest and its Theory, 31. Theories of Population, 32. Factors influencing Economic Growth or Development : Economic and Non-economic, 33.Keynesian Income Theory or Saving and Investment Theoryof Value of Money, 34.Ennvironmetal Problems, 35. Commercial Banking–Meaning, Types and Functions, 36. Commercial Banking in India, 37. Central Bank and its Functions, 38. Reserve Bank of India and Monetary Regulation, 39. International Economics–Meaning and Significance, 40 .Inter-Regional Trade and International Trade, 41. Modern Theory of International Trade of Heckscher–Ohlin Theory, 42. Monetary Standard–Gold Standard, 43. International Monetary-Fund, 44. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 45. World Trade Organisation, 46. New International Economic Order, 


Part A : Public Finance

1.Meaning and Scope of Public Finance, 2 .Public Goods Vs. Private Goods, 3. The Principle of Maximum Social Advantages, 4. Market Failures and Role of Government, 5. Public Expenditure : Meaning, Classification and Principles, 6. Public Expenditure in India, 7. Sources of Public Revenue : Canons of Taxation and Characteristics of Good Tax System, 8. Taxation : Nature, Objective and Structure (Classification), 9. Benefit and Ability to Pay Principle of Taxation, 10. Impact and Incidence of Tax, 11. Taxable Capacity, 12. Effects of Taxation on Economy, 13. Sources of Revenue of Central Government, 14. Sources of Revenue of State Governments, 15. Public Debts : Classification, Sources and Effects, 16. Redemption of Public Debts, 17. Kinds of Public Budget, 18. Preparation and Passing of Budget in India, 19. Normative Approach and Theory of Fiscal Policy, 20. Public Deficit : Concept and Alternative Measurement, 21. Principle of Budget Planning or Fiscal Policy, 22. Fiscal Policy and Economic Development, 23. Public Debt Management, 24. Fiscal Federalism in India and Finance Commission, 25. Features of Indian Tax System and Reforms, 26. Deficit Financing, 

Part B : History of Economic Thought

UNIT - I  Early Period

1.Mercantilism, 2. The Psysiocracy, 

UNIT- II  The Classical Tradition

3.Adam Smith, 4. Thomas Robert Malthus, 5. David Ricardo, 6. Karl Marx,

UNIT - III The Marginalist School

7.William Stanley Jevons, 8. Walras, 9. Marshall, 10. Arther Cecil Pigou, 

UNIT - IV Indian Economic Thoughts

11.Kautilya, 12. J. B. Say, 13. Mahatma Gandhi, 14. Amartya Sen. 


Book Details
  • Author/Authors : Dr. V. C. Sinha, Dr. Pushpa Sinha
  • Class : B.A. IInd Year (B.N. Mandal University), B.A. II (TMB University, Bhagalpur)
  • Page No. : 930
  • Year : 2024
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