Agricultural growth and structural changes in the Punjab economy: an input-output analysis
International Food Policy Research Institute in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Regional Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University, 1990 - Business & Economics - 119 pages
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13 Other food 14 Edible oils 17 Sawmills 20 Basic chemicals 22 Other chemicals 24 Basic metal 25 Metal products 26 Machinery 27 Electrical machinery 28 Railroad equipment 29 Motor vehicles 30 Bicycles 32 Sports 33 Miscellaneous industries 35 Construction agriculture agriculture and forestry Animal husbandry Bajra Banking and insurance Basic metal industries Breweries and beverages consumption Cotton ginning Dairy products direct and indirect Drugs and pharmaceuticals Economic and Statistical estate and ownership expenditure final demand forward linkages Ginning and textiles Glass and mineral Grain mill products Gram and pulses green revolution Gross output Gujarat Haryana import leakages income and employment increased India Inverted Matrix leather products Maize mineral products Noncompetitive imports Oilseeds ownership of dwellings percent products and confectionery Punjab economy Punjab input-output table Rubber and leather rural Sawmills and wooden Scientific and surgical Sugarcane surgical instruments tertiary sector tubewells unit of output value added wage income wheat