Sustaining Employment and Equitable Growth: Policies For Structural Transformation of The Indian Economy

Published By: PC on eSS | Published Date: March, 08 , 2006

Broad ranging economic reforms were introduced in the Indian economy in the early 1990s. Yet there was no evidence of a statistical break in the rate of growth of the Indian economy during the nineties, even though the rate of growth was about 0.5% points higher after the reforms. Over the last few years evidence has accumulated that the trend rate of growth is creeping up to 7%. [Working Paper No. 3/2006-PC]

Author(s): Arvind Virmani | Posted on: Feb 08, 2011 | Views(932) | Download (144)


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