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Indian Economy 5th Edition By Ramesh Singh : For Civil Services Examinations PDF Book

Indian Economy 5th Edition By Ramesh Singh : For Civil Services Examinations PDF Book 


Indian Economy 5th Edition By Ramesh Singh : For Civil Services Examinations PDF Book


Name of Book :  Mahendra Current Affairs (December 2018 ) 

Language of Book : English

Size of Ebook : 14.6 MB

Total pages in ebook : 739

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Description about eBook : The capitalistic form of economy has its origin in the famous work of Adam Smith—Wealth of
Nations (1776). Adam Smith (1723–1790), the Scottish philosopher-economist professor at Glasgow University whose writings formed the basis of classical economics had stressed certain fine ideas which were to take fancy among some of the western countries and finally capitalism took birth. He raised his voice against the heavy-handed government regulation of commerce and industry of the time which did not allow the economy to tap its full economic worth and reach the level of well-being. Stressing ‘division of labor’, an environment of ‘malaise fair’ (non-interference by the government) he proposed that the ‘invisible hand’ of the ‘market forces’ (price mechanism) will bring a state of equilibrium to the economy and a general well-being to the countrymen. For such an economy to function for public well-being, he has acknowledged the need of competition in the market............

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