Regional Differences in India's Food Expenditure Pattern: A Complete Demand Systems Approach
This paper analyses India's Food expenditure pattern taking account of regional differences in consumer preferences and prices. The study utilises information on household composition, along with regional prices, to explain differences in Food expenditure. The study reveals regional differences in expenditure pattern and responses.
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