Handbook of Research on Globalization, Investment, and Growth-Implications of Confidence and Governance

Handbook of Research on Globalization, Investment, and Growth-Implications of Confidence and Governance

Ramesh Chandra Das (Katwa College, University of Burdwan, India)
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Release Date: April, 2015|Copyright: © 2015 |Pages: 526
ISBN13: 9781466682740|ISBN10: 1466682744|EISBN13: 9781466682757|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-8274-0

Description

The global economic crises of recent years have offered some sobering lessons, compelling economists, political scientists, and policymakers to reconsider traditional theories regarding the cultivation of developing nations.

The Handbook of Research on Globalization, Investment, and Growth-Implications of Confidence and Governance seeks to empirically explore the relationship between a number of variables, including consumer confidence, private-sector performance, and governmental regulation. Targeting academics, social scientists, financial professionals, and lawmakers, this book seeks to categorize and analyze developing economies in a post-crisis global financial landscape in order to help shape desperately-needed policies capable of safeguarding against potential catastrophe.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Consumer Confidence
  • Developing Economies
  • Financial Regulation
  • Global Economies
  • Global Financial Crisis
  • International Finance
  • Investment in Emerging Markets

Reviews and Testimonials

In the wake of recent global economic crises, traditional theories about the economies of developing nations must be reevaluated. This handbook brings together a diverse group of academics, social scientists, financial professionals and lawmakers to explore the relationship between consumer confidence, private-sector performance and government regulation. The goal of the book is to provide a groundwork for policies in developing economies that will prevent potential future economic catastrophe. Each chapter is written in journal article style format and includes a succinct abstract and helpful figures.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Ramesh Chandra Das is currently an Associate Professor of Economics of Katwa College, West Bengal, India. He has obtained Masters, M.Phil and Ph.D Degrees in Economics from the University of Calcutta. He has fifteen years of teaching and research experiences in different fields of economics including theoretical and empirical economics, financial economics, environmental economics and political economics. Dr. Das has contributed several research papers to national and international journals with distinctions along with completions of three minor research projects sponsored by UGC, India. He has written one text book on microeconomics for different fields of students and academicians. He has been acting as editor-in-chief in Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics and Management and one of the editorial advisory board members of Society for the Study on Business and Finance.

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