ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Changes in Saving Rate and Its Implications for Growth

Implications for Growth Tirthankar Roy Kunal Sen An apparent slow-down in the overall saving ratio has generated interest in the saving behaviour of the Indian economy in the eighties. This paper situates the saving-investment data in the wider context of recent industrial growth and structural change and finds some basis to say that household savings may have been moving towards sectors and assets that involve lower capital-output ratios, and saving-investment behaviour of households may bear a close relationship with changes in the capital and labour markets, especially in industry Introduction RECENTLY several contributions have appeared on the measurement and interpretation of saving behaviour in the eighties

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