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Interdependence, Feasibility and Planning-The Fourth Plan

An attempt is made in this article to examine the Draft Outline of the Fourth Plan from the point of view of its consistency and feasibility and to consider some recent suggestions in regard to the Plan.

Growth of Indian Economy, 1950-51 to 1959-60-Contribution of Employment and Productivity

Contribution of Employment and Productivity Sudhin Kumar Mukhopadhyay An attempt is made in this note to study the pattern of growth of sectoral output and employment in India during the first two Plan periods with a view to (i) examining how far the deviations in the pattern of growth can be explained with reference to changes in technology as revealed in changing labour inputs; (ii) measuring the effects of changing employment and productivity on overall growth; and, (iii) indicating the sectors which have experienced relatively greater or lesser modernisation.

The Size of the Fourth Plan-Some Implications

Some Implications Sudhin Kumar Mukhopadhyay It is argued here that the outlay of Rs 23, 750 Postulated in the Draft Outline of the Fourth Plan cannot achive the target of creating 19 million new jobs without significantly lowering the capital-output ratio for the economy-ie, without lowering the level of technology and product- We are thus faced with a choice among:
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