Inter-regional disparities in India

by Indian Economic Association. Conference

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Papers presented at the 91st annual conference of the Indian Economic Association, held at Mohanlal Sukhadia University in 2008.

Edition Notes

Statementedited by Anil Kumar Thakur and Shyam Sunder Singh Chauhan.
ContributionsThakur, Anil Kumar., Chauhan, Shyam Sunder Singh, 1951-, Indian Economic Association.
LC ClassificationsHC435.2 (H15)+
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxiii, 689 p. :
Number of Pages689
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24100108M
ISBN 109788184502633
LC Control Number2010316415

"Inter-Regional Disparities in Industrial Growth and Structure," Working Papers id, eSocialSciences. Thakur, Sudhir K., "Identification of Regional Fundamental Economic Structure (FES) of India: An Input-Output and Field of Influence Approach," WIDER Working Paper Series , World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER).   The process of nationalisation and extending scope of public sector to many industries was guided by common objectives like building up of infrastructure for development, generating surpluses for further investment, creating employment opportunities, diversification of the economy, reduction of inter regional disparities and promotion of rapid.   One of the major objectives of the wage policy of India is to raise the living standards of the people particularly the working class. The benefits of economic development should be equally dispersed among all sections of the society. and inter regional wage differential in such a way that disparities are reduced in a phased manner. Inter-regional disparities in various indicators of development persist within Uttar Pradesh (GoUP-DES, ). Consisting of four economic regions, the File Size: 2MB.

of planned economic development strategy in India since independence has been to accelerate economic and achieve a balanced regional spread. The planned allocation of resources in independent India was expected to rectify inter - regional disparities and imbalances in development (Rao, Govinda et al ). Naseem, Sana() “State Level Disparities in Fiscal Correction-A Review", Book chapter published by Deep and Deep Publications, in Inter Regional Disparities in India (ed.), Anil Kumar Thakur & Shyam Sunder Singh Chauhan, ISBN Democratic politics may be gradually producing a welfare state, which will depend on the sustainability of the high growth path.6 The Legacy of Controls in a Self Reliant Economy: ‐74 India’s “mixed economy”7 was born in the immediate aftermath of an anti‐colonial struggle. There was a widespread belief that colonialism had harmed Indian industry.8 The File Size: KB. 2. Explain how India as a state has managed cultural diversity? 3. Describes some of the important characteristic of communalism. 4. Mention the contentious issues found in the federal system which led to the inter-regional disparities. 5. Differentiate between a democratic and an authoritarian state. 6. Explain regionalism in the Indian context.

  Thus, it is difficult to overestimate the importance of regional issues – particularly inter-regional disparities – for China’s politics. China is divided by nature. Among the large continental countries, including India and Brazil, only China has a small segment of coastline but vast interior regions. Anoop Sarbahi is currently a visiting scholar in the Department of Political Science at Stanford. Previously, in addition to being a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford, Anoop has also held pre- and post-doctoral positions at Harvard University and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). He received his PhD in Political Science from UCLA in December The Inter-State River Water Disputes are one of the most contiguous issues in the Indian federalism today. In extreme cases, it may hamper the relationship between the different states. The recent cases of the Cauvery Water Dispute and the Satluj Yamuna Link Canal case are examples. Various Inter-State Water Disputes Tribunals have been constituted so far, but it . India is a large federal nation and it is well known that there are widespread disparities in the levels of socio-economic development among the different regions of the Indian nation. Balanced regional development has always been an essential component of India’s national development strategy in order to ensure the unity and integrity of the.

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In book: Growth, Disparities and Inclusive Development in India, pp Inter regional disparities in India. While inequality in per capita state domestic product in India tends to Author: Nomita Kumar.

The existence of wide inter-regional variations in a vast country like India is well recognized. Regional Regional disparity in India is no w a matter of serious concern. Get this from a library. Regional structure of development & growth in India.

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Samik Chowdhury Institute of Economic Growth Inter-regional disparities within a nation have been analysed largely due to its potential drag effect on the economic growth of the nation as a whole. Inter-state disparities in per capita income in.

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including those explicitly targeting inter-group and inter-regional disparities - have had limited impact in reducing the disparities. Section 2 briefly summarises the well-documented data on these disparities (with two sets of data potentially needing further exploration: district-level SDP data and NFHS), but the real question for this paper is.

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Disparities among different regions or world nations have become a concern to policy makers in most of the countries. As far as India is concerned, regional disparities are inheritance from the colonial past.

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Kumar. Inter-regional disparity in levels of development and incomes is a major issue of economic, social and political significance in India. That there are wide disparities across the states is well known and is also recognized as a concern to be addressed through public policy.

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Inter-regional disparities are large by OECD standards and they continue to increase. However, they are not out of line with those of Ukraine’s peers.

The increase in disparities has been driven almost entirely by the city of Kyiv, with most other regions’ contributions to growth being roughly in line with their size.

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