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This volume discusses economic performance as well as major human development indicators in six less developed states: Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh. The volume presents studies at the subnational level in India on a range of issues in economic growth and human development. An in-depth analysis of major indicators brings out the constraining factors responsible for low levels of human development alongside various aspects of the regional economy within a state.
Readership: Policymakers, social scientists, development experts, NGOs, and researchers working on economically and socially marginalized segments.
Shovan Ray, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
1: Economic Growth and human Development in Bihar
2: Jharkhand: A Profile
3: Madhya Pradesh: A Tale of Poverty Versus Growth
4: Inequality, Poverty, and Development in Orissa
5: Economic Growth-Human Development Interface: Rajasthan
6: The Vicious Cycle: The Uttar Pradesh Economy
7: Growth and Human Development: A Comparison between Selected States