Different Ways of Resolving the Crisis
Several ways of resolving this problem of inadequate capital accumulation in a developing economy are discussed, including especially the solution that is offered by technical progress as well as land reforms. But here again, it is found that even this technical progress–based solution also depends on the nature of initial distribution of income.
KeywordsLand reforms Technical progress
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