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ID 41504
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creator
Kumar, Pankaj
Rahaman, Saidur
subject
macroeconomic crisis
regional development
income inequalities
NDC
Society
abstract
India has travelled through a remarkable journey after Independence. As a fledgling democracy, the planned economic development took 40 long years from 1950-51 for India's real per capita GDP to double by 1990-91. Macroeconomic crisis of 1991 is a turning point in the post-Independence economic geography and history of India. The government of India adopted two completely different approaches of regional development in pre and post reform period after Independence. As a result of economic reform and unlocking its growth potential, in only 15 years, India's per capita income doubled in 2006-07 and going to double again by 2017-18, in only 10 years time. But rising income inequalities, loss of traditional livelihoods, increasing environmental problems and emerging social tensions in post reform period urge us to overview the degree of inclusiveness achieved in balanced sustainable regional development goals and further do the needful course correction in the policies.
journal title
Journal of Urban and Regional Studies on Contemporary India
volume
Volume 3
issue
Issue 1
start page
1
end page
10
date of issued
2016-07
publisher
The Center for Contemporary India Studies, Hiroshima University
issn
2188-5222
language
eng
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
DCMI type
text
format
application/pdf
text version
publisher
rights
(c) 2016 The Center for Contemporary India Studies, Hiroshima University
department
The Center for Contemporary India Studies at Hiroshima University
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