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Economic growth and income inequality in China, India, and Singapore

Pundarik Mukhopadhaya

Economic growth and income inequality in China, India, and Singapore

trends and policy implications

by Pundarik Mukhopadhaya

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic conditions,
  • Income distribution

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPundarik Mukhopadhaya, G. Shantakumar & Bhanoji Rao
    SeriesRoutledge studies in the modern world economy -- 93
    ContributionsShantakumar, G., Rao, Bhanoji, 1941-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC427 .M77 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25045732M
    ISBN 109780415616461, 9780203809266
    LC Control Number2011001989

    In , the ratio between the income of the top and bottom 20 percent of the world's population was three to one. By , it was eighty-six to one. A study titled "Divided we Stand: Why Inequality Keeps Rising" by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) sought to explain the causes for this rising inequality by investigating economic inequality in OECD.   On the other hand, in China, less poverty has been accompanied by increasing inequality. And in similar fashion, evidence points to an increase in inequality, albeit smaller, in India. Debates over inequality, and the role governments should play in that context, has polarized political and economic debates across the world.

      But Ajit Mishra, director of the Institute of Economic Growth in India, told the forum that perception, rather than the economic reality, was also a cause of discontent.   The role that income inequality plays in economic growth has also received quite a bit of attention in policy circles and the press recently. For instance, the World Bank Group has included among its key global objective for development the eradication of extreme poverty and boosting the incomes of the bottom 40% of developing countries.

    The world at large is watching both China and India as powerhouses of economic growth. The two nations have achieved significantly high rates of economic growth ever since their respective economies liberalized in and Alberto Posso, "Economic Growth and Income Inequality in China, India, and Singapore: trends and policy implications edited by Pundarik Mukhopadhaya, G. Shantakumar, and Bhanoji Rao (eds) Routledge, London and New," Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, Asia Pacific School of Economics and Government, The Australian National University, vol. 27(2), pages , November.


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Economic growth and income inequality in China, India, and Singapore by Pundarik Mukhopadhaya Download PDF EPUB FB2

‘The worsening income inequality is an increasing concern throughout the world, and in particular, in the fast growing nations of Singapore, China and India.

This is a timely book that provides an analytical diagnosis of the many issues pertaining to income inequality and economic cturer: Routledge. ‘The worsening income inequality is an increasing concern throughout the world, and in particular, in the fast growing nations of Singapore, China and India.

This is a timely book that provides an analytical diagnosis of the many issues pertaining to income inequality and economic growth. The world at large is watching both China and India as powerhouses of economic growth.

The two nations have achieved significantly high rates of economic growth ever since their respective economies liberalized in and Singapore, despite its limited land size and almost total dependence on external trade, has performed remarkably well and has moved ‘from the third.

'The worsening income inequality is an increasing concern throughout the world, and in particular, in the fast growing nations of Singapore, China and India. This is a timely book that provides an analytical diagnosis of the many issues pertaining to income inequality and economic growth.

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This book documents and explains the rapid economic growth of the three key Asian book also looks at what has happened to income inequality in the context of superior growth performance. It makes comparative assessments and examines the Author: Pundarik Mukhopadhaya.

and Singapore book   The world at large is watching both China and India as powerhouses of economic growth. The two nations have achieved significantly high rates of economic growth ever since their respective economies liberalized in and The post/81 period is considered here the period of economic shift in India (not the post).

Thus, for both China and India, comparison is around the same time period. Before the /81 planning period, analyses will help determine the factors responsible for economic growth in India since / Income Gap: The income gap seems like it has increased in absolute dollar terms, but has actually improved as low-income workers have experienced the fastest wage growth since Middle of the Pack: Singapore has lower income inequality than U.S.

and China, but higher income inequality than South Korea and Japan. Intergenerational Mobility: Singapore has shown better intergenerational. The World Bank, conferred on Singapore the status of ‘tiger economy’ because of its two miraculous characteristics: high growth and reduced income inequality.

Expansion of educational provision is one of the major policies the Government of Singapore followed since particularly to enrich the human capital endowment of the country. Inthe share of the top decile (the highest 10 percent of earners) in national income was 34 percent in Europe, 41 percent in China, 46 percent in Russia, 48 percent in the United States, 54 percent in sub-Saharan Africa, 55 percent in India, 56 percent.

Even though 10 member countries of the Associations of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), People’s Republic of China and India (ACI) have adopted polices for archiving more pro-poor or inclusive growth.

However, income and non-income inequality in ACI have witnessed an increasing trend in recent years. The working paper, Trends in income inequality and its impact on economic growth, is part of the OECD’s New Approaches to Economic Challenges Initiative, an Organisation-wide reflection on the roots and lessons to be learned from the global economic crisis, as well as an exercise to review and update its analytical frameworks.

How wide is the China-India gap today, measured in four dimensions of economic progress: (1) Growth factors; (2) Globalisation; (3) Financial structure; (4) Human Development Index. GROWTH FACTORS: Between andthe GDP growth rate of China was maintained at a much faster pace that made for a widening gap with India’s growth rate.

Read "Economic Growth and Income Inequality in China, India and Singapore Trends and Policy Implications" by Pundarik Mukhopadhaya available from Rakuten Kobo. The world at large is watching both China and India as powerhouses of economic growth.

The two nations have achieved sig Brand: Taylor And Francis. The lagging performances of some of the economies in Figure demonstrate that the existence of capitalist institutions is not enough, in itself, to create a dynamic economy—that is, an economy bringing sustained growth in living standards.

Two sets of conditions contribute to the dynamism of the capitalist economic system. Get this from a library. Economic growth and income inequality in China, India, and Singapore: trends and policy implications. [Pundarik Mukhopadhaya; G Shantakumar; Bhanoji Rao] -- The world at large is watching both China and India as powerhouses of economic growth.

The two nations have achieved significantly high rates of economic growth ever since their respective economies. Spectacular economic growth over the past three decades has made India a global economic powerhouse. Between andIndia’s economy grew at a compound rate of around 7% in current dollars.

Impact of Economic Growth and Structural Change, Author: V. Bhanoji Rao,Rao Bhanoji. Publisher: NUS Press ISBN: Category: Income.

Introduction 2. China's Growth: From Ideology to Economic Superpower 3. China's Income Inequality: Moving Up and Unsustainable. India's Growth: From Hindu Rate to East Asian Levels 5.

India: The Issue of Inequality 6. Singapore's Growth: Making of the Global City-State 7. Income Inequality: The Singapore Case 8. Summary and Concluding Notes. In the last 25 years the Gini index – the widely used measure of income inequality – has increased by roughly 22% in Germany, 13% in Canada, 13% in UK, 8% in Italy and % in Japan (Fig.

3). 14 The more countries follow the American economic model, the more the results. Gender inequality affects economic growth.

The WEF came up with the startling news that India had slipped in Gender Gap Index, with ranking lower than China.Mukhopadhaya / Shantakumar / Rao, Economic Growth and Income Inequality in China, India and Singapore,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei.