In his book entitled 14 772 Development Economics, Rajiv Chandra Chattopadhyaya has written a book that is both comprehensive and at the same time extremely insightful. In this book, he tackles the question of how the whole theory of economics deals with growth and development.
The author of 14 772 Development Economics is one of those who have a clear vision of economics macroeconomics. He clearly explains the concepts that are associated with macro economics and its relevance to developing countries. There is hardly any room for ambiguity in this book because, in fact, all the concepts in this book are fully explained.
One thing that you will be really surprised by is Rajiv Chattopadhyay's understanding and knowledge of developing economies. This is actually something very different from what most people think. He is a graduate in economics and has worked in the finance industry for over fifteen years. His experiences and expertise to help him write a book that is both practical and at the same time very clear.
This book does provide some theoretical and practical guidance as to how developing countries can move ahead in their economic policies. It is also very helpful as far as the analysis of the development problems faced by developing countries. In addition, the book provides a very good set of illustrations and examples that can be used as guidelines by all those who wish to understand the issues more deeply. For instance, you will learn how to make an economic analysis that will guide you in your work. There are also sections on the basic concepts related to macro economics.
The book starts with a chapter titled, “Macro: A Guide To Understanding”, which has an overview of the macro aspect of economics. Later chapters discuss the concepts related to the micro economics and micro-economic policies in developing countries. There are also chapters dealing with the economic policies that are necessary for all countries when they are trying to improve their performance in terms of growth and development. The last chapter deals with the political economy. The author provides readers with a comprehensive outline of his findings in this part. This part of the book is where all the problems are discussed and the solutions suggested.
Rajiv Chandra Chattopadhyay has taken care to write a book that is very practical. This is not a book that has all the answers, but rather it is a guide that gives the readers with enough knowledge to understand the entire process of economic growth. and development. There is a lot of information that is provided in this book, which makes you feel like you are taking part of the discussion and . . . . . . working in a classroom or in a country where economic policies are being discussed.