The Persistent Human Development Gap: Examining the Paradox of Growth Rates and Inequality in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu

Mazumdar, Ria


  • Traditional economic models characterize inequality as an inevitable, albeit short-term, corollary of growth. Since India liberalized its economy in 1991 and decentralized many key economic functions to the states, growth and inequality alike have soared. However, inequality has shown little sign of slowing down, and is increasing rapidly in many states. Moreover, the internal diversity and ... read more
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