Economic planning in Kerala

  title={Economic planning in Kerala},
  author={V. Ramachandran},
  journal={Critical Asian Studies},
  pages={155 - 163}
On January 1, 2015, the Government of India closed down India’s Planning Commission, replacing it with a think tank called the National Institute for Transforming India Aayog (NITI). With this act, the government brought an end to the policy of using five-year plans as a major instrument of allocating resources – sector-wise and across the states of India – for economic development. The act marked the end of an era: the first five-year plan began in 1952, the twelfth was in progress at the time… Expand


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