Political Economy of Development and Environmental Degradation in India

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Overview

  • Author :Manasranjan Dashmishra
  • Year of Publication :2011
  • ISBN: :9788180697227
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: XX, 204
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Developmental Studies, Economics, Environmental Science, Political Science

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About the Book :

This book is a significant contribution to the Environmental Economics of India, throwing a shaft of light not only on political economic development and sustainable development but also the environmental filth of India. In this book the deforestation across the country and the air and water pollution in various cities in India are considered to be the indicators of environmental degradation. There are many indicators such as electricity consumption, net state domestic products, population growth, urbanization, etc. which are considered as the development indicators in the country. In addition to this, this book also scans factors of economic development such as natural factors, social factors or economic activities which are playing an imperative role in degrading the environment in terms of deforestation, air pollution and water pollution. This book examines the inter-relationship between agriculture, industry, foreign trade and environmental decay of India.


About Author :

Manasranjan Dashmishra is presently Reader in Economics, Post Graduate Department of Management, at Shri Vaishnav Institute of Management, Indore (MP). He has a brilliant research and academic career. He has to his credit B.A. (Hons.) from Fakir Mohan University, Orissa, M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. in Economics from Devi Ahilya University, Indore (MP). Previously he has served School of Economics, Devi Ahilya University as a Project Fellow (UGC-SAP) and Visiting Faculty. He has delivered several lectures in various teaching departments such as International Institute of Professional Studies, Institute of Management Studies of Devi Ahilya University. He has contributed many research papers on various economic issues and also presented papers at various national and international seminars. He has contributed to leading academic journals, edited books and newspapers.