Economics Summary From Class 9 to B.A

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Economics B.A Honours UG Part-1

Paper – (I) : (Micro Economics)

Module 1 :-

Introduction – Nature & scope of economics Micro & Macro economics static & Dynamic Analysis 

Module 2 :- 

Consumer’s Behavior – Theory of consumer demand (a) Utility Analysis (b) Indifference Curve Analysis (i) Nature & Properties (ii) Consumer’s Equilibrium(iii) Income Effect Substitution Effect & Price Effect, Law of Demand, Elasticity of Demand Price, Income & Cross Consumer’s Surplus 

Module 3 :-

Theory of production & Costs – Law of production (i) Law of variable Proportions(ii) Returns to Scale (iii) Isoquants properties and Producer’s Equilibrium. Concepts of cost & Revenue Curves-U-shaped cost curve. 

Module 4 :-

Market Structure – Analysis of market Structure determination under perfect competition, and monopoly price discrimination. Equilibrium of Firm & Industry Under Perfect competition. 

Module 5 :-

Factor Pricing – Marginal Productivity Theory of Distribution, Ricardian & modern theory of rent. Theory of wages & theories of profit Knight and Schumpeter. 

Module 6 :-

Welfare Economics – Problems in measuring Welfare, Classical welfare economics Pareto’s criteris 

Books Recommended :-

1. Koutsoyiannis A Modern Economics : Macmillan 2. Stonier, A.W. & D.C. Bague. A text book of Economics theory : ELBS & Longman Group, London Oxford University Press, Oxford. 3. Lipsey, R.G. & K.A. Chrystal, Principal of Economics Oxford University Press, Oxford. 4. Watson Price Theory and it’s Uses. 5. H.L. Ahuja – Advanced Economic Theory  6. Shiv Kumar Singh – Mulya Ka Sidhant. 7. K.P. Jain – Arthashastra Ke Sidhant.  

Paper (II) : (India Economy with reference to Bihar)

Module 1 :-

Structure of At The Indian Economy Basic features, Forest resources. Problems of growing Population : Population Policy. Source of Energy & crisis in India. 

Module 2 :-

Planning In India Objectives strategy. Indian economy on the Eve of Planning – Planning in India – Achievements & Failure, Current Five Year Plan. 

Module 3 :-

Economic Reforms Liberalization, Privatisation and Globalization 

Module 4 :-

Agriculture Nature & Importance : Trades in agricultural Production & Productivity. Factor determining Productivity, Land Reforms New agricultural strategy & green Revolution. Rural credit Agricultural Marketing. 

Module 5 :-

Industries Industrial development under the Plans Industrial Policy of 1956 and 1991 ; of small Scale Industries; Role of Public sector enterprises in India’s Industrialization disinvestments 

Module 6 :-

Transport Road, Railways, Airways 

Module 7 :-

Indian Labour Trade Union movement 

Module 8 :-

External Sector Foreign Trade & Plans. Trends in India’s Foreign Trade Export promotion, Measures Foreign Capital FDI and Multinational Corporations (MNCS)  

Module 9 :-

Important Areas of Concern Poverty and inequality, unemployment problem, price rise, Industrial relations 

Module 10 :-

Nature & Causes of Under development of Bihar 

Books Recommended :-

1. Indian Economy. S. Chand & Company Ltd – Dart. R. & K.P.M. Sundharam 2. Indian Economy it’s Development Experience, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai – Mishra S.K. & V.K. Puri 3. India’s Economic problems – J.S. Uppal 4. Indian Economics – A.N. Agrawal 5. Indian Economic Problem – Pramit Choudhary  6. Indian Economy Problem – Mamoria & Jain 7. The Economy of Bihar – Dr. K.N. Prasad

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Paper (III): Macro Economics

Module 1 :- National income and social accounts

Concept and measurement of National Income, national income identity with government and international trade; incorporation of environmental concerns in National accounts green accounting.

Module 2:- Output and Employment:

Say’s law of market and the classical theory of employment keynesain theory of employment, consumption function and multiplier, investment function marginal efficiency of capital saving and investment, Applicability by Keynesian economics.

Paper (IV): Public Finance & History of Economic Thought Group A & Group B

Group – A:-

Module 1: Nature and scope of public finance

Meaning and scope of public finance, Comparison between private and Public Finance, public goods vs. private goods. the principle of maximum social advantage. Market failure. Role of the government

Group – B:-

Module 5: Early Period

Mercantist, Physiocrats.

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Paper (V): Development and Environmental Economics

Paper (VI): Quantitative Techniques

Paper (VII):

Group – A: Mathematical economics

Group – B (Optional): Demography

Group C (Optional): Banking and financial market

Group – D (Optional): Industrial economics

Paper (VIII):

Group – A: Econometrics

Group – B (Optional): Computer and its applications

Group C (Optional): Regional economics

Group – D (Optional): Agricultural economics

Group – E (Optional): Economics of social and environmental issue

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