Factor Utilization in Indian Manufacturing: A Look at the World Bank Investment Climate Surveys Data
AbstractWe use the World Bank Investment Climate Surveys data to analyze the employment of both labor and capital in Indian manufacturing. We focus on disparities among states in manufacturing employment patterns, and provide reduced form evidence of their relationship to both (i) institutional constraints, and (ii) productivity.
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