A User’s Perspective on the Database of Services Sector in Indian Economy
Measuring the contribution of services to the Indian economy is a challenging task because it presents problems not encountered in the primary and secondary sectors. The authors discuss problems found particularly in quantifying the contribution of the banking and software sectors and suggest ways of overcoming these problems.
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|Date of revision:||May 2006|
|Publication status:||Published in Economic and Political Weekly September 15.2007(2007): pp. 3770-3775|
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