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अर्थशास्त्र Economics B.A. 2nd Year

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According to New Syllabus of U.P. Universities for B.A. and M.A. Classes and also very helpful for the students preparing for various competitive and professional examinations.

Book Code : 9567

ISBN : 978-93-83697-71-7

Language : Hindi

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Authors : Pro. B. L. Ojha

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UNIT - I 

1. National Income Analysis—Concepts, 2. Methods of Measurement of National Income, 3. Circular Flow of Income, 4. Government and Foreign Sectors in National Income Accounts, 5. Determination of National Income and Employment in Classical Theory, 6. Determination of National Income and Employment under Keynesian Theory, 7. Monetary Theories of Trade Cycle, 8. Value of Money : Fisher and Cambridge Approach— Income and Expenditure Approach and Keynes Quantity Theory, 9. Prices : Inflation and Deflation (Monetary Approach, Keynesian Approach Non-Monetary Theories of Inflation, Effects of Deflation, Relationship between Inflation and Unemployment (Philips Curve) Okun’s Law and Concept of Stagflation), 10. Banking : Types and Functions—Structure and Management, 11. Assets and Liabilities of Banks, 12. Creation of Money (Credit) by Banks, 13. Commercial Banking–Principles and Practices, 14. Indian Banking System—Progress of Commercial Banks after Nationalisation—Recent Trends in Indian Banking, 15. Central Banking–Instruments of Monetary Control and other Functions, 16. Indian Monetary Market—Structure-Concept and Sources of Money Supply, 17. Reserve Bank of India—Regulatory and Promotional Functions, 18. Foreign Exchange—Concept, Demand and Supply of Foreign Exchange, External Value of Money–Deter-mination of Exchange Rate in Gold Standard— Purchasing Power Parity Theory, 19. International Monetary Fund : I.M.F., 20. International Bank of Reconstruction and Development (I.B.R.D.) or World Bank, 21. Exchange Control—Meaning, Objectives and Methods, 

UNIT - II 

1.Public Finance — Meaning, Nature, Scope, Importance and Difference Between Private and Public Finance, 2. Private Goods and Public Goods, 3 .Principle or Doctrine of Maximum Social Advantage, 4. Government budget—preparation and classification, 5. Sources of public revenue, 6. Taxation, 7. Satisfaction of Public wants—the Benefit Approach— The Ability to Pay Approach, 8.Incidence, Impact and Shifting of Tax, 9. Effects of Taxation, 10. Theories of Increase in Public Expenditure, 11. Classification of Public Expenditure, 12. Effects of Public Expenditure on Production and Distribution, 13. Public Debt–Classification, Effects, Burden, Repayment and Management, 14. Fiscal Policy : Stability and Economic Growth, 15. Indian Public Finance : Sources of Income-Expenditure of Central Government, 16. Main Sources of Income and Expenditure of State Governments, 17. Indian Tax System, 18. Public Expenditure in India, 19. Indian Federal Finance, 20. Comparative Cost Theory and Opportunity Cost Theory of International Trade, 21. Reciprocal Demand Analysis, 22. Terms of Trade, 23. Free Trade and Protection, 24. Tariffs and Non-Tariffs Methods, 25. Balance of Payments : Concept, Importance, Causes of Disequilibrium and Policies to Reform of Balance of Payments, 26 Foreign Trade of India  and Foreign Trade Policy,

 

Book Details
  • Author/Authors : Pro. B. L. Ojha
  • Class : B.A. IInd Year (MGKV University, Varanasi), B.A. II (Dr. RMLA University, Ayodhya), B.A. II (Dr. BRA University, Agra), B.A. II (VBSP University, Jaunpur)
  • Page No. : 704
  • Year : 2024
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