2 edition of Regional disparity in economic growth in India found in the catalog.
Regional disparity in economic growth in India
Ravindra H. Dholakia
Study covers the period 1960-1961 to 1979-1980.
|Statement||Ravindra H. Dholakia.|
|LC Classifications||HC435.2 .D495 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 208 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||85901504|
Census of India Series-8’ Jammu and Kashmir State District Hand Books. Census of India Jammu and Kashmir State District Hand Books. Dholakia R.-H. Regional Disparities in Economic Growth in India Bombay: Himalaya Publishing House. Emmanuel Unequal Exchange: A Study of the imperialism of Trade London: New Left Books. Agriculture, economic growth and regional disparities in India. Pratap S. Birthal. Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh, India. Principal Scientist (Socioeconomics). International Crops Research Institute for the Semi‐Arid Tropics, Patancheru , Andhra Pradesh, for more papers by this author. Harvinder Singh.
India cannot afford regional disparities. To reduce these, New Delhi will have to take some risks, and the results may not show immediately. The country’s immense economic potential, including those of the lesser developed regions and major . Talks of double digit growth rates for India and the potential to arise as an economic power have dominated the forecasts of the world economy. Regional Disparity in India: Why It Matters.
"Regional disparity and economic growth in China: The impact of labor market distortions," China Economic Review, Elsevier, vol. 13(), pages Hong Li & Zinan Liu & Ivonia Rebelo, " Testing the Neoclassical Theory of Economic Growth: Evidence from Chinese Provinces," Economic Change and Restructuring, Springer, vol. 31(2. Regional Economic Growth and Inequality in India: A Sector-wise Decomposition Analysis Ranjan Aneja, Barkha, and Umer Jeelanie Banday Arthaniti: Journal of Economic Theory and Practice 0 /
Database and data communication network systems
use of official statistics in sociology
New Horizons in English
It all happened right here!
Red moon river
Demonstration and evaluation of recent air-sealing techniques in housing
Bourne on company law
A philosophical enquiry concerning the connexion between the miracles and doctrines of Jesus Christ
The Human Factor in Business
Understanding the Sermon on the mount
Environmental factors in archaeological site locations
Tudor church music.
Giant Print New Websters Dictionary
Regional Disparities in India and Human Development. Although great economic growth has occurred in India since independence, economic growth alone is not the only determinant of upward mobility. Social opportunity often needs the development of the capabilities of people whereby they can look forward to upward mobility.
There is a wealth of literature on regional disparities focusing on economic pre-condition for growth and much of recent literature on regional patterns of growth in India is concerned with the.
Has regional disparity widened in the post-reform period. This study attempts to probe this question by analysing growth rates of aggregate and sectoral domestic product of major states in the pre- and post-reform decades.
The results indicate that while the growth rate of gross domestic product has improved only marginally in the post-reform decade, regional disparity in.
Regional development disparity is a continuous developmental challenge for Indian policy makers. the country could not attain economic growth to a satisfactory level.
An important aspect of regional disparities in India is the significant level of disparities, which exist within different States. Lee "Liberalization, Growth and Regional Disparities in India" por Madhusudan Ghosh disponible en Rakuten Kobo.
Upon the backdrop of impressive progress made by the Indian economy during the last two decades after the large-scale ec. Balanced regional development has always been an essential component of the Indian development strategy in order to ensure the unity and integrity of the nation.
Since not all parts of the country are equally well endowed to take advantage of growth. Conventional economic theory suggests that poorer states should have grown faster during India’s growth boom since the s.
Returns to investments tend to be higher in poorer regions. The novelty of the book lies in its rich analytical foundation and the use of sophisticated statistical and economic tools to determine the causes of socioeconomic disparity between Indian states.
The trends of inequality, polarization and disparity are highlighted with regard to income, human development indicators, and agricultural production.
A report in the Economic and Political Weekly in the month of September, indicated that there has been a growing regional disparity among states in terms of developm.
GK, General Studies, Optional notes for UPSC, IAS, Banking, Civil Services. India cannot afford regional disparities. To reduce these, New Delhi will have to take some risks, and the results may not show immediately. The country’s immense economic potential, including those of the lesser developed regions and major infrastructure investments are bound to yield results.
It examines regional economic growth and inequality in income originating from agriculture, industry and services. In view of the importance of the agricultural sector, despite its declining share in gross domestic product, it evaluates the performance of agricultural production and the impact of agricultural reforms on spatial integration of.
Regional disparity is a crucial problem. It has attained so much of concern from classical economists to recent development researchers and that has been creating more dilemmas among the planners to make plan for reducing the imbalances.
Hitherto in India most of the studies have been identified the backwardness across the nations as well as states by different development index analysis and. Get this from a library. Regional disparity in economic growth in India. [Ravindra H Dholakia] -- Study covers the period to This book highlights the development disparities in India and considers three complex areas of development – economic wellbeing, human progress and agricultural development – over a period of forty years since the s.
The novelty of the book lies in is its rich analytical foundation and the use. Among the various axes of inequality in India, regional disparities have acquired greater salience in recent times, with demands being made for special status for certain states on this basis. Chapter 1. Regional Development in India.- Chapter 2.
Development Disparities: An Exploration of Past Research.- Chapter 3. Regional Disparity in India: A Research Agenda.- Chapter 4. Regional Inequality and Convergence in Economic Growth in India.- Chapter 5. Regional Disparity and Convergence in Human Development in India.- Chapter 6.
Against the background of such high economic growth, however, lies a growing concern over deteriorating income inequality in various spheres: regional disparity — that is, interstate disparity, rural-urban disparity, social class disparity (inequality between Hindu caste and outcaste) and so on.
The process of development of any economy is characterised by regional inequalities. This inequality differs in degree from developed to developing countries i.e.
the inequality is less in developed countries and more in developing countries. Unless there is inequality, growth will become stagnant. Ghosh, Madhusudan (), Regional Disparities in Education, Health and Human Development in India, Indian Journal of Human Development, Vol.5, No.1, pp.
5‐ IHDR (India Human Development Report)Institute of Applied Manpower Research, Planning Commission Oxford. some points to overcome these disparities. Keywords ² Regional Imbalance, Indian Economy, Growth, Economic Development, Different States. Introduction Indian economy is a federal economy, i.e.
it comprises of different states which have important powers to make their own laws and decisions. It comprises of 29 states and 7. For the third year running, the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report has found “severe income disparity” to be one of the top global risks in the coming decade.
A growing body of evidence has also demonstrated that economic inequality is associated with a range of health and social problems, such as mental illness and violent crime.
Talks of double digit growth rates for India and the potential to arise as an economic power have dominated the forecasts of the world economy.
However, certain conceptual and analytical issues that have so far been relegated to the background of the growth and performance story need attention now. The sustainability of the growth rate and the propulsion of the country to [ ].Dholakia, R.-H., Regional Disparities in Economic Growth in India, Bombay: Himalaya Publishing House.
Emmanuel, Unequal Exchange: A Study of the imperialism of Trade, London: New Left Books. Friedman, J., Regional Development Policy, Cambridge: MIT Press, Mass. Government of India, Identification and Classification of.