Data Base and Methodology

  • Jyotish Prakash Basu
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The data required for this purpose are varied which are collected from both primary and secondary sources. Different statistical techniques are applied to analyze the data. This chapter discusses the data base and methodology used for the analysis of the data.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jyotish Prakash Basu
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  1. 1.Professor of Economics, Former Head, Department of Economics, Former Vice ChancellorWest Bengal State University, BarasatKolkataIndia

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