Inclusive Growth in India: Some Empirical Facts
Inclusive Growth as the literal meaning of the two words refers to both the pace and the pattern of the economic growth. The Inclusive Growth approach takes a long term perspective as the focus is on productive employment rather than on direct income distribution, as a means of increasing incomes for excluded groups. Inclusive growth is therefore supposed to be inherently sustainable as distinct from income distribution schemes which can in the short run reduce the disparities between the poorest and the rest which may have arisen on account of policies intended to jumpstart the growth.
Volume (Year): 6 (2014)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
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