India in 2001

  • Kirit S. Parikh
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Will India’s economic development be able to catch up with the population growth? What prospects are there for her to meet the challenge of growing population? Would she be overwhelmed by the burden of nearly a billion people? Or would she be able to feed, house and clothe this billion in comfort?


Consumption Expenditure Indian Statistical Institute National Sample Survey Engel Curve Urban Growth Model 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kirit S. Parikh
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  1. 1.Indian Statistical InstituteNew DelhiIndia

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