Why was the Participation of Indian States in the Growth Turnaround so Patchy? Some Evidence Based on Robustness Analysis

Published By: ICRIER on eSS | Published Date: October, 01 , 2012

In Ghate & Wright Journal of Development Economics, vol. 99 (2012) pp 58–67, it was noted that there was considerable variation in the extent to which different Indian states participated in the Great Indian Growth Turnaround. In this paper it is investigated whether there was any systematic relationship between participation in the turnaround and the characteristics of Indian states, using the robustness approach originally proposed by Sali-i-Martin (1997). [ICRIER Working Paper 261]. URL: [http://www.icrier.org/pdf/working_paper_261.pdf].

Author(s): Chetan Ghate, Stephen Wright | Posted on: Nov 02, 2012 | Views(502) | Download (592)


Member comments

Submit

No Comments yet! Be first one to initiate it!

Creative Commons License