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Economic liberalization and Indian economic growth: What's the evidence?

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  • Ashkok Kotwal

    (University of British Columbia)

  • Bharat Ramaswami

    (Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi)

  • Wilima Wadhwa

    (Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi)

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  • Ashkok Kotwal & Bharat Ramaswami & Wilima Wadhwa, 2011. "Economic liberalization and Indian economic growth: What's the evidence?," Discussion Papers 11-13, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi.
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