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Sustainable solutions for Indian economy


  • Jakhotiya, Girish


The present Indian economy is stuck with ‘stagpression’ i.e. stagnation and moderate depression. Stagnation has been a result of slowed down reforms. Depression is partially on account of the impact of global recession and partially demonetization. India needs to grow on all the fronts of ‘economic activism’, fuelling its growth in GDP back to 8%. This alone should solve its serious problems of growing unemployment, reducing public savings, deteriorating the condition of poor farmers and fast increasing imbalance causing a serious structural dilemma. India’s potentials will have to be rationally and entrepreneurially channelized towards an appropriate socio-economic goal.

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  • Jakhotiya, Girish, 2019. "Sustainable solutions for Indian economy," MPRA Paper 97083, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:97083

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    Indian Economy; Depression; Stagnation; GDP;

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    • O1 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development


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