GS-III: Effects of Liberalization On Indian Economy


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                      1. Discuss the Vijay Kelkar Committee on Revisiting and Revitalising the PPP model.
                      2. Do you support the proposal to abolish PPPAC and make NITI Aayog the approval authority for public-private-partnership (PPP) projects in India? Give arguments.
                      3. Critically examine the recent health ministry and NITI aayog proposal of public-private partnership (PPP) model to provide diagnosis and treatment for three non-communicable diseases in smaller cities.
                      4. To what extent the benefits of economic liberalization were trickled down to the lower strata of the society? Discuss critically.
                      5. Capitalism has guided the world economy to unprecedented prosperity. However, it often encourages shortsightedness and contributes to wide disparities between the rich and the poor. In this light, would it be correct to believe and adopt capitalism driving inclusive growth in India? Discuss. [UPSC-2014]
                      6. Liberalisation of the Indian economy since 1991 has led to excessive consumerism and over-production of ‘white goods’. Elucidate.
                      7. It has been argued, that the time has come for India to usher in full liberalization of the capital account. Analyze.
                      8. The Digital monopolies are often accused of posing a threat to the fundamental fabric of market competition. In this context examine the effectiveness of the regulatory Framework in India to deal with digital monopolies.
                      9. The new industrial policy, 1991 signalled a marked shift from the features of pre-1991 policies. Discuss.
                      10. Throw some light on the positive and negative impacts of globalization on developing countries like India.
                      11. What are the pros and cons of a strong Rupee? What can be done to strengthen the currency?
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