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DYNAMICS OF INDIA TEXTILE ECONOMY: TOWARDS A PRAGMATIC TEXTILE POLICY*

DYNAMICS OF INDIA TEXTILE ECONOMY: TOWARDS A PRAGMATIC TEXTILE POLICY*

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K.D. SAKSENA

Year : 2002

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512 pp, OUT OF STOCK

About the Book

The book contains a comprehensive analysis of the growth of the mills, powrlooms and handlooms sectors of India’s Textile industry in all relevant aspects, such as: ? capacity, capacity utilization, production, productivity and employment generation in public, private and cooperative sectors; ? regional patterns of growth of mills, powerlooms, handlooms, cloth and yarn production and sickness in Textile Mills; ? changing consumption patterns of textiles in urban and rural areas; ? changing patterns of demand, consumption and availability of natural and man made fibres and ? behaviour of prices of textile fibres, yarns and fabrics.

About Author

Keshava Dayal Saksena topped in M.A. (Economics) in Lucknow University in 1957. Throughout First class, he won several academic distinctions. Was Ford Foundation Research Scholar in Delhi School of Economics/ institute of Economic Growth, Delhi from Jan’58 to May’61. Joined Indian Administrative Service in 1961. Held several senior positions in both the state and Central Governments including Adviser (State Plans), Planning Commission; Secretary to Govt. of India, Ministry of Textiles; and Member, BIFR. He also did a UNDP assignment as Economic Planner in Bhutan in 1989.


Contents

India's Growing Textile Economy : An Over- View. Growth of Public, Private and Cooperative Sector Textile Mills Regional Patterns of Growth of the Indian Textile Industry. Changing Consumption Patterns of Textiles in India.Changing Patterns of Demand, Consumption and Availability of Natural Man-Made Fibres and Yarns.Behaviour of Price of Textile Fibres, Yarns and Fabrics. India's Exports of Textiles and Clothing. Comparative Costs of Yarns and Fabrics. Changing Role of Cotton in India's Textile Economy. Changing Patterns of Regional Production and Productivity of Cotton. Growth of Sericulture and Silk India's Growing Jute Economy.Wool and Woollen Textile Industry. Sickness in the Textile Mills and the Role of the BIFR.Towards a Pragmatic Policy

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