Economic Consequences of Divided India: A Study of the Economy of India and Pakistan

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ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF DIVIDED INDIA
A STUDY OF THE ECONOMY OF INDIA AND PAKISTAN

by

C. N. VAKIL

University Professor of Economies, and Director, School of Economics and Sociology, University of Bombay

VORA & CO., PUBLISHERS LTD.

3, ROUND BUILDING, KALBADEVI ROAD. BOMBAY 2.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents x
  • Explanation of Terms Used xvi
  • Introduction 17
  • Chapter I - Area and Population 69
  • Appendix I 73
  • Appendix II (a) 75
  • Appendix III 76
  • Chapter II - The Refugee Problem 77
  • Appendix I 122
  • Appendix II 123
  • Appendix III 124
  • Appendix IV 126
  • Chapter III - The Refugee Problem-Its Economic Significance 127
  • Chapter IV - Agriculture 152
  • Chapter V - Minerals 185
  • Appendix I 220
  • Appendix II 221
  • Appendix IV 222
  • Appendix I 241
  • Appendix II 242
  • Chapter VII - Industries-Textiles 247
  • Appendix 286
  • Charter VIII - Industries: Non-Textiles 288
  • Chapter IX - Industrial Development and Planning 354
  • Ix. Industrial Policy--Pakistan 388
  • Chapter X - Transport I. Railways 402
  • Chapter XI - Foreign Trade 431
  • Appendix I - July 1948--December 1949 463
  • Appendix 471
  • Appendix VII - Current Transactions with Hard Currency Countries, 1946-48 472
  • Appendix VIII - Periodical Release and Depletion of Sterling Balances 473
  • Chapter XII - Public Finance 476
  • Chapter XIII - Currency, Banking and Insurance 505
  • Postscript 527
  • List of Statistical Tables 533
  • Bibliography 543
  • Index 550
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