Emerging through Technological Capability: An Overview of Indiaâ€™s Technological Trajectory
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Keywordstechnology; growth; technological; India; economic progress; LEARNING; TFP; IPR; economy; total factor productivity growth; USA; Japan; prouctivity; human capital accumulation; labor force; Neoclassical;
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