Emerging Structure of Rajasthan Economy in India
AbstractThe excess growth of tertiary sector coupled with state-of-the-art technology has got its own implication for the future development patterns of the system. In India, the share of tertiary sector in the gross domestic product has crossed the fifty-five percent mark. Rajasthan, a state of India characterized by easy access to largest consumer markets, touches six major states of the Northern, Western and Central India. It is a natural corridor between the wealthy Northern and the prosperous Western states of the country, which make it an important trade and commerce center. The tertiary sector is emerging as the dominant sector of the economy. The nature and role of this tertiary sector growth is a matter of concern. This work is an attempt to analyze the emerging structure of Rajasthan economy and its implications for the future.
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Date of creation: 25 Nov 2012
Date of revision: 25 Dec 2012
Structure; Structural Change; Tertiary Sector; Rajasthan;
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