Industrial growth in India: stagnation since the mid-sixties

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Oxford University Press, 1985 - Business & Economics - 235 pages
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This comprehensive analysis of industrial growth in India over the past twenty years charts the marked decline in growth after the mid-sixties. Using a wealth of empirical data, the author examines how income distribution, investment and demand for capital goods, and policy constraints have all affected industrial growth.

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INTRODUCTION
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THE EVIDENCE
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AGRICULTURAL DRAG ON INDUSTRY
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