Has India Become More Innovative Since 1991? Analysis of the Evidence and Some Disquieting Features
There is a strong feeling among especially the West that India is becoming very innovative. The study will take the reader through the empirical evidence on whether this is indeed the case since the reform process of 1991. The actual innovative performance of Indiaâ€™s economy since economic liberalization by employing a variety of these indicators is measured. [WP No. 415].
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