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On Assessment and Interpretation of Saving-Investment Estimates in India

Saving-Investment Estimates in India Mihir Rakshit For analytical purposes it is useful to distinguish among three (often overlapping) sources of shortcomings in the Report of the Working Group on Savings: first, an inadequate appreciation of the implications of the CSO method of measurement; second, confusion in respect of the nature of the concepts used in national income accounting; and third, lack of a coherent macroeconomic framework for assessing and interpreting the data for capital formation and related aggregates. The issues thrown up by the Report are accordingly divided in to four groups in this paper.

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