Industrializing West Bengal? : The Case of Institutional Stickiness
AbstractThe paper discuses the role played by institutional behavior in determining the policy outcomes of a state. Apart from secondary data the paper is also based on information collected from selected stakeholders:business associations, firms,trade unions and bureaucrats.
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industrialization; output; India; polictical; economic instititution; institutional; formal and informal institutions; institutional stickiness; path dependency; India; West Bengal; organized manufacturing; trade unions and bureaucrats; business firms; Unogranized sector; information; institution;
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- NEP-CWA-2010-03-28 (Central & Western Asia)
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