Reading List: 

1. Jean Dreze and Amartya Sen, 2013. An Uncertain Glory: India and its Contradictions, Princeton            University Press. 

2. Pulapre Balakrishnan, 2007, The Recovery of India: Economic Growth in the Nehru Era, Economic        and Political Weekly, November. 

3. Rakesh Mohan, 2008, ―Growth Record of Indian Economy: 1950-2008. A Story of Sustained                Savings and Investment, Economic and Political Weekly, May. 

4. S.L. Shetty, 2007, ―India‗s Savings Performance since the Advent of Planning, in K.L. Krishna and     A. Vaidyanathan, (ed.), Institutions and Markets in India’s Development. 

5. Himanshu, 2010, ―Towards New Poverty Lines for India, Economic and Political Weekly, January. 

6. Jean Dreze and Angus Deaton, 2009, ―Food and Nutrition in India: Facts and Intepretations,                Economic and Political Weekly, February. 

7. Himanshu. 2011, ―Employment Trends in India: A Re-examination, Economic and Political Weekly,     September. 

8. Rama Baru et al, 2010, ―Inequities in Access to Health Services in India: Caste, Class and Region,        Economic and Political Weekly, September. 

9. Geeta G. Kingdon, 2007, ―The Progress of School Education in India, Oxford Review of Economic     Policy. 

10. J.B.G. Tilak, 2007, ―Post Elementary Education, Poverty and Development in India, International       Journal of Educational Development. 

11. T. Dyson, 2008, ―India‗s Demographic Transition and its Consequences for Development in Uma       Kapila, (ed.), Indian Economy Since Independence, 19th edition, Academic Foundation. 

12. Kaushik Basu, 2009, ―China and India: Idiosyncratic Paths to High Growth, Economic and                  Political Weekly, September. 

13. K. James, 2008, ―Glorifying Malthus: Current Debate on Demographic Dividend in India,                  Economic and Political Weekly, June. 

14. Reetika Khera, 2011, ―India‗s Public Distribution System: Utilisation and Impact Journal of              Development Studies. 

15. Aniruddha Krishna and Devendra Bajpai, 2011, ―Lineal Spread and Radial Dissipation:                      Experiencing Growth in Rural India, 1992-2005, Economic and Political Weekly, September. 

16. Kaushik Basu and A. Maertens, (ed.), 2013, The Concise Oxford Companion to Economics in India,      Oxford University Press. 

17. Bimal Jalan (ed),The Indian Economy Problems and Prospects, Penguin Books Ltd. 

18. Arvind Subramanian, India’s Turn, Understanding The Economic Transformation, Oxford                     University Press. 

19. Kaushik Basu, (ed.) India’s Emerging Economy, Performance and Prospects in the 1990’s and              Beyond, Oxford University Press

Reading List: 

1. Debraj Ray, Development Economics, Oxford University Press, 2009. 

2. Partha Dasgupta, Economics, A VeryShort Introduction, Oxford University Press, 2007. 

3. Abhijit Banerjee, Roland Benabou and Dilip Mookerjee, Understanding Poverty, Oxford University        Press, 2006. 

4. Kaushik Basu, The Oxford Companion to Economics in India, OUP, 2007. 

5. Amartya Sen, Development as Freedom, OUP, 2000. 

6. Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson, Economic Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy,                    Cambridge University Press, 2006.  

7. Robert Putnam, Making Democracy Work: Civic Traditions in Modern Italy, Princeton University        Press, 1994 

8.  A. P. Thirlwall : Economics of Development, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011 

9. Yujiro Hayami and Yoshihisa Godo : Development Economics, Oxford Publication,2009 

10. Gerald M. Meier and James E. Rauch : Leading Issues in Economic Development, Oxford                      Publication, 2006 

11. Hall and Papell : Macro Economics: Economic growth ,Fluctuations and Policy, 6th education,              Norton Books 

11. Hall and Papell : Macro Economics: Economic growth ,Fluctuations and Policy, 6th education,              Norton Books