The Role of Services in Total Productivity Growth of Indian Manufacturing Firms: A Firm Level Analysis Since 2000

@inproceedings{Mukherjee2017TheRO,
  title={The Role of Services in Total Productivity Growth of Indian Manufacturing Firms: A Firm Level Analysis Since 2000},
  author={Sudeb Mukherjee},
  year={2017}
}
Services were considered non-tradable in the initial stages (in the mid-eighties). However, with the advent of Information Communication and Technology (ICT) and other modern services, services have become increasingly tradable day by day. Since, the eighties, there had been a rapid expansion of the Indian service sector, surpassing the agriculture and manufacturing sector. With the expansion, important services like communication, financial, transport, insurance, research and development… CONTINUE READING

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