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Economics Optional for RBI Grade 'B' 10000 15000

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Title of the Course  :    Economics Optional for RBI Grade 'B'
Duration of the Course : 4 Months
Date of Commencement : 01-March-2019
Material : Provided by epatya

Suggested Readings:      

  • Microeconomics, Student Value Edition (8th edition) by Robert Pindyck Daniel Rubinfeld.
  • Macroeconomics (2011) by Rudiger Dornbusch, Stanley Fisher, Richard Starz.
  • Macroeconomics by N. Gregory Mankiw, (Seventh Edition).
  • International Economics (2013) by Domimick Salvatore.
  • Public Finance in Theory and Practice (1989) by Richard Abel Musgrave and Peggy B. Musgrave.
  • Indian Economy: Performance and Policies (2015) edited by Uma Kapila.

Topics Covered: 

(a)    Microeconomics

  1. Consumers behaviour and firms; value of resources like land, labour and capital
  2. Markets-monopoly, perfect and imperfect competition
  3. General Equilibrium of price and activity, economic welfare and case for regulatory / policy interventions

(b)    Macroeconomics

  1. Measuring national income and its components; basic macro identities and idea of macro-balance; Goods and Financial Market Equilibrium (IS-LM Framework)
  2. Major macro-economic school of thoughts; Classical, Keynesian and Monetarist
  3. Consumption and Investment demand; demand management policies and their effectiveness
  4. Money demand and supply; monetary and fiscal policies

(c)    International Economics

  1. The benefit of International trade; comparative and absolute advantage; effect of International trade on resources allocation and factor price equalization; non-conventional trade barriers, optimum currency areas and the effect of the customs union
  2. International finance and exchange rates issues in an open economy, benefits and costs of an interconnected
  3. Financial markets; evolution of international financial architecture

(d)    Public Economics

  1. Public Goods, instruments of financing, government tax and non-tax revenue
  2. Direct and Indirect taxes, efficiency costs of commodity taxes, income taxation, labour supply and savings corporate taxation and corporate behaviour
  3. Government expenditure policy-various components, deficit financing and its impact on the economy, government debt and crowding out of private capital            

(e)    India’s Economy and Development Issues

  1. India’s experimentations with planned development models and the outcomes, structural issues-savings and investment, demography, urbanization, productivity, etc., issues with poverty, inequality and employment
  2. Agriculture- policy and developments, manufacturing competitiveness; what is holding India back, role of public sector enterprises in the key economic sectors, India’s resilient service sector; trade, tourism, communication, ITES, etc.
  3. Financial sector regulation and reforms-banking, insurance and capital market, fiscal policy and the changing priorities of government, emergence of monetary policy and its new role                                  

 

(a)    Microeconomics

  1. Consumers behaviour and firms; value of resources like land, labour and capital
  2. Markets-monopoly, perfect and imperfect competition
  3. General Equilibrium of price and activity, economic welfare and case for regulatory / policy interventions

(b)    Macroeconomics

  1. Measuring national income and its components; basic macro identities and idea of macro-balance; Goods and Financial Market Equilibrium (IS-LM Framework)
  2. Major macro-economic school of thoughts; Classical, Keynesian and Monetarist
  3. Consumption and Investment demand; demand management policies and their effectiveness
  4. Money demand and supply; monetary and fiscal policies

(c)    International Economics

  1. The benefit of International trade; comparative and absolute advantage; effect of International trade on resources allocation and factor price equalization; non-conventional trade barriers, optimum currency areas and the effect of the customs union
  2. International finance and exchange rates issues in an open economy, benefits and costs of an interconnected
  3. Financial markets; evolution of international financial architecture

(d)    Public Economics

  1. Public Goods, instruments of financing, government tax and non-tax revenue
  2. Direct and Indirect taxes, efficiency costs of commodity taxes, income taxation, labour supply and savings corporate taxation and corporate behaviour
  3. Government expenditure policy-various components, deficit financing and its impact on the economy, government debt and crowding out of private capital            

(e)    India’s Economy and Development Issues

  1. India’s experimentations with planned development models and the outcomes, structural issues-savings and investment, demography, urbanization, productivity, etc., issues with poverty, inequality and employment
  2. Agriculture- policy and developments, manufacturing competitiveness; what is holding India back, role of public sector enterprises in the key economic sectors, India’s resilient service sector; trade, tourism, communication, ITES, etc.
  3. Financial sector regulation and reforms-banking, insurance and capital market, fiscal policy and the changing priorities of government, emergence of monetary policy and its new role                                  

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subject : Indian Economy

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