Economic Reforms in Developing and Transition Countries: An Analysis of Post-1990 India and Romania

In Edu Tudor, Georgiana L. Schifor, Diane P. C. Vancea, and Rodica Milena Zaharia (Eds.), Enterprise in the Global Economy: Challenges of the Current Global Environment, pp. 193-198. Bologna, Italy: Filodiritto Editore

Posted: 8 Apr 2020

Date Written: February 1, 2020

Abstract

The post-1990 period witnessed the adoption of economic reforms by many developing and transition countries. While some countries experienced a single-transition to a free-market system, others underwent a dual-transition to free-markets and democracy. This study examines India and Romania as developing and transition countries, respectively, to understand the effects on selected economic and social indicators of these economic reforms. The goal is to identify differences in post-economic reform experiences and outcomes of single-transition versus dual-transition countries.

Keywords: Economic reforms, developing countries, transition countries, India, Romania

JEL Classification: P27, P47, P51, P52

Suggested Citation

Parakkal, Raju, Economic Reforms in Developing and Transition Countries: An Analysis of Post-1990 India and Romania (February 1, 2020). In Edu Tudor, Georgiana L. Schifor, Diane P. C. Vancea, and Rodica Milena Zaharia (Eds.), Enterprise in the Global Economy: Challenges of the Current Global Environment, pp. 193-198. Bologna, Italy: Filodiritto Editore, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3538887

Raju Parakkal (Contact Author)

Thomas Jefferson University ( email )

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