Agricultural Growth and Structural Changes in the Punjab Economy: An Input-output Analysis
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 1990 - Business & Economics - 119 pages
Growth of the Punjab economy since 1960/61; Method of compilation and sources of data; Structural features of the Punjab economy; Linkage analysis of the Punjab economy; Income and employment multipliers in the Punjab economy.
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11 Bakery products 13 Other food 14 Edible oils 15 Breweries 16 Ginning 17 Sawmills 19 Rubber 20 Basic chemicals 22 Other chemicals 23 Glass 24 Basic metal 25 Metal products 26 Machinery 27 Electrical machinery 28 Railroad equipment 29 Motor vehicles 30 Bicycles 31 Scientific 32 Sports 33 Miscellaneous industries 35 Construction 37 Other services 39 Real estate 9 Dairy agriculture agriculture and forestry Animal husbandry Bajra Banking and insurance Basic metal industries Breweries and beverages consumption Cotton ginning Dairy products Delhi estate and ownership expenditure final demand 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 linkage analysis Maize mineral products Noncompetitive imports Oilseeds percent Punjab economy Punjab input-output table Rubber and leather Sawmills and wooden Scientific and surgical Sugarcane surgical instruments tertiary sector tubewells value added wage income wheat
Page 12 - Banking and insurance ; real estate and ownership of dwellings ; public administration and defence and other services.
Page 110 - ... communication systems such as telephone and telegraph lines and all other construction, whether undertaken by private bodies or governmental authorities. It also includes construction, repair and demolition work undertaken as an ancillary activity by the staff and for the use of an enterprise classified in any other industry. Thus the scope of this industry covers all...
Page 35 - Generally two to three estimates are issued in respect of each 'forecast crop' excepting cotton (five estimates) and castorseed (one estimate). These estimates are prepared by respective State authorities and consolidated and released by the Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India (DES). Even the 'final...
Page 108 - Planting, replanting and conservation of forests, gathering of uncultivated materials, charcoal burning carried out in the forests, felling and rough cutting of trees, hewing or rough shaping of poles, blocks etc. and transportation of logs up to the permanent lines of transport.
Page 109 - Fixtures 28 Manufacture of Paper and Paper Products and Printing, Publishing and Allied Industries...
Page 66 - an estimate of the direct and indirect increase in output to be supplied by an industry chosen at random if final demand for the products of industry...
Page 7 - USA in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Regional Development at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
Page 25 - Costs of Cultivation of Principal Crops in India, Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Department of Agriculture and Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, New Delhi.
Page 110 - Manufacture of stationery articles like fountain pens, pencils, pens, pin cushions, tags, etc., not elsewhere classified .... 5 604 31,362 389 Manufacture of miscellaneous products not elsewhere classified such as costume jewellery, costume novelties, feathers, plumes, artificial flowers brooms, brushes, lampshades, tobacco pipes, cigarette holders, ivory goods, badges, wigs and similar articles...
Page 19 - States is a memorial to the problems of agricultural productivity which were raised and solved in the last part of the nineteenth century and the early twentieth century, yet the Department continues and there are now approximately 70 000 extension agents in the field anxiously looking for things to do.