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Inter-State and Intra-State Variations in Economic Development and Standard of Living

Inter-State and Intra-State Variations in Economic Development and Standard of Living Uma Datta Roy Choudhury To understand regional variations in levels of economic development and disparities in the standard of living of the people in the different states, one has to examine in detail the sources of growth and factors influencing growth and structure at the regional level. This study of interstate disparity in terms of overall measures of SDP and household consumer expenditure gives an idea of the economic behaviour of the states and the level of living of the people.

Poverty Measures as an Index of Backwardness and Their Relevance for Tax Devolution

and Their Relevance for Tax Devolution Amaresh Bagchi Uma Datta Roy Choudhury The use of poverty as a criterion in the tax devolution formula proposed by the Ninth Finance Commission in its First Report has come in for widespread criticism

New Series on National Accounts Statistics-Some Comments

New Series on National Accounts Statistics Some Comments Uma Datta Roy Choudhury A careful examination of the CSO's New Series on National Accounts Statistics shows that the revisions in the estimates of gross domestic product are primarily for the unorganised sectors and revisions for consumption of fixed capital are for the public sector.

Changes in Distribution of Household Income, Consumption and Wealth in Rural Areas

October 1, 1977 wasteful operations, and by co-ordinating the three operations, a single agency can be more efficient, and will be able to develop the services quickly to a state of eminence and effectiveness.

Current National Income Statistics What They Tell

Current National Income Statistics: What They Tell Uma Datta Roy Choudhury Pratap Narain The national income statistics available currently make it possible to undertake an overall analysis of the economic trends for the country over the last two decades and a half and a somewhat more detailed analysis for the period since 1960-61.

Income-Tax, Corporate Tax and Income Trends in India

Trends in India Uma Datta Roy Choudhury L N Rastogi Gobind Chand Is it possible to estimate the amount of tax likely to be collected given possible levels of income generation?

Short-term Projection of Net Domestic Product at Current and Constant Prices

at Current and Constant Prices THE annual publication1 on net national product in India includes the provisional estimates of net domestic product with a time-lag of about one year or more. Thus, at present, the estimates have been published upto 1969-70 only. Even the quick estimates which are based on partial data and past growth rates appear with a lag of about six months. In view of the urgency with which these estimates are required for planning purposes an attempt has been made here to work out advance estimates of net domestic product (NDP).

Technological Change in the Indian Economy, 1950-1960

The introduction of modern production techniques, which require proportionately greater capital, was the main feature of the development of the Indian economy during the decade, 1950-60. However, this modern sector had not yet become large enough to affect the overall structure of the economy. Largescale manufacturing industry was the only sector of the economy to adopt advanced modern techniques to a marked extent so as to affect the capital structure of the sector as a whole. In other sectors, inspite of there being a rise in the incremental capital-output ratios, the overall capital-output structure remained largely unchanged. The introduction of modern production techniques, which require proportionately greater capital, was the main feature of the development of the Indian economy during: the decade, 1950-60.
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