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West Bengal s Economic Growth in All-India Perspective-With Special Reference to Manufacturing Sector

in All-India Perspective With Special Reference to Manufacturing Sector Sreelekha Basu On the basis of estimates of states' income and other economic indicators, an attempt is made here to study the rate of growth of the West Bengal economy with special reference to the industrial sector. The author notes that over the last half a decade West Bengal's contribution to the total national domestic product originating from manufacturing has been recording a declining trend and the state suffers from an increased rate of obsolescence in industry.

Pattern of Asset-Holding in Rural India- A Study of Top Asset-Holders

Most studies of asset distribution take the whole population surveyed as one group; and predictably, in a country like India the concentration ratio of asset distribution turns out to be very high.

Distribution of Income among Tax-Payers

Sreelekha Basu Income-lax payers account for only a tiny proportion of 'income units' in the country. In general, they represent the higher income classes. As such, any change in their overall share, or in the distribution of that share among themselves, is economically significant.

Share of Labour in Manufacturing Industries

During the period 1960-1971, in real terms total emoluments per employee went by only 23 per cent compared to a 53 per cent increase in value added peremployee.
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