Growth in India’s state economies before and with reforms: shares and determinants
The overall growth performance of the Indian economy has been characterized by substantial regional variation in growth over the decades (Shand and Bhide 2000). This is despite the focus in successive Five-Year Plan policies and programs on reducing the incidence of poverty and of achieving balanced regional development (Bhide and Shand 1999). A close understanding of the regional patterns of growth within India is desirable for several reasons. First, central importance in policy continues to...[Show more]
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