Doubling Kerala’s NSDP In 3 Years – Implications for Investment and its Financing
AbstractThis brief note was prepared for the State Planning Board of Kerala in India in response to a question on how to double Kerala’s net state domestic product in three years and on its implications for investment and its financing. We show that this ambition lies in the realm of impossibles.
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Date of creation: 27 May 2008
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Kerala; State income; Growth; Investment; Financing;
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