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A hundred small steps [electronic resource] :report of the Committee on Financial Sector Reforms.

By: India. Committee on Financial Sector Reforms.
Contributor(s): India. Planning Commission.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Planning Commission, Government of India : SAGE Publications India ; SAGE Publications, 2009Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 192 p.) : ill. (chiefly col.).ISBN: 8132100913 (electronic bk.); 9788132100911 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Financial institutions -- Government policy -- India | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Banks & Banking | Financial institutions -- Government policy | IndiaGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.DDC classification: 332.10954 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction, executive summary, and list of main proposals -- The macroeconomic framework and financial sector development -- Broadening access to finance -- Leveling the playing field -- Creating more efficient and liquid markets -- A growth-friendly regulatory framework -- Creating a robust infrastructure for credit -- Special topics.
Summary: While previous reports have focused solely on the 'big' issues like. capital account convertibility, bank privatization, and priority sector norms, . A Hundred Small Steps: Report of the Committee on Financial Sector Reforms. goes deep into other areas where reforms are less controversial, but perhaps as. important. The report argues that we need a change in mindset for the financial. sector, one that recognizes that efficiency, innovation, and value for money are. as important for the poor as they are for our new Indian multinationals, and these. will come from improved governance, new entry a.
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Introduction, executive summary, and list of main proposals -- The macroeconomic framework and financial sector development -- Broadening access to finance -- Leveling the playing field -- Creating more efficient and liquid markets -- A growth-friendly regulatory framework -- Creating a robust infrastructure for credit -- Special topics.

While previous reports have focused solely on the 'big' issues like. capital account convertibility, bank privatization, and priority sector norms, . A Hundred Small Steps: Report of the Committee on Financial Sector Reforms. goes deep into other areas where reforms are less controversial, but perhaps as. important. The report argues that we need a change in mindset for the financial. sector, one that recognizes that efficiency, innovation, and value for money are. as important for the poor as they are for our new Indian multinationals, and these. will come from improved governance, new entry a.

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