Productivity in Indian Manufacturing
Measurements, Methods and Analysis
This volume comprehensively captures trends in productivity and its determinants in the post-reform period for Indian manufacturing. It provides an up-to-date survey of different methods employed in measuring productivity and their applications across organized and unorganized sectors, including food, beverages, furniture, gems, chemicals, petroleu
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Foreword K.L. Krishna. Acknowledgements. 1. Introduction Vinish Kathuria, Rajesh Raj S N and Kunal Sen. Part 1: Methodology, Analytical Issues, Data Quality and Review 2. Methods and Issues in Productivity Measurement Vinish Kathuria, Rajesh Raj S N and Kunal Sen 3. Data on Manufacturing Sector: Current Status and Challenges G.C. Manna 4. Productivity in Indian Manufacturing in the Post-reform Period: A Review of Studies Bishwanath Goldar 5. Manufacturing in India: Has There Been a Revival Since the 1990s? Jayan Jose Thomas 6. Productivity in Indian Manufacturing: An Empirical Comparison of the Methodologies Vinish Kathuria, Rajesh Raj S N and Kunal Sen Part 2: Macro-approach to Productivity Measurement 7. Productivity Growth in a Liberalizing Economy: Evidence from Indian Manufacturing Mavannoor Parameswaran 8. A Study of Productivity Growth in the Registered Manufacturing Sector of India: 1980 81 to 2003 04 Arundhati Datta 9. (In)Efficiency in the Manufacturing Sector in India: A Stochastic Frontier Approach Swati Mehta 10. Impact of Trade Policy on Manufacturing Productivity in India: Evidence Using a Non-parametric Approach Arpita Ghose and Paramita Roy Biswas 11. Productivity, Technical Progress and Scale Efficiency in Indian Manufacturing: New Evidence Using a Non-parametric Approach Valarmathi Pradeep, Anup K. Bhandari, Mita Bhattacharya, Jong-Rong Chen and Chih-Hai Yang Part 3: Regional and Micro-approach to Productivity Measurement 12. Catching Up o
Vinish Kathuria is Associate Professor, Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India.
Rajesh Raj S N is Assistant Professor, Centre for Multi-Disciplinary Development Research (CMDR), Dharwad, India.
Kunal Sen is Professor of Development Economics, Institute for Development Policy and Management; and Associate Director, Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, UK.