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Title: Growth and Distribution in Indian Industry in the Nineties
Authors: Balakrishnan, Pulapre
Suresh Babu, M.*
Keywords: Indian Industry
Economic Development
Indian Manufacturing Sector
Issue Date: 20-Sep-2003
Publisher: Economic and Political Weekly
Abstract: In a study of the evolution of the Indian manufacturing sector over close to three decades we find the annual average rate of growth in the nineties to have risen almost across the board at teh two-digit level of industry. Neverthless, the acceleeration is not particularly impressive for what is often hailed as the most significant policy-regime shift since 1950. There is a helfy rise in investment, however, though without a corresponding increase in its efficiency. And distribution has shifted sharply with labour's share declining. This paper attmpts to link these developments in a coherent way.
Description: Economic and Political Weekly, November 20, 2003
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/109
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