Trends in Rural Wage Rates : Whether India

@inproceedings{Reddy2017TrendsIR,
  title={Trends in Rural Wage Rates : Whether India},
  author={A. Raja Gopala Reddy and Aileni Amarender Reddy},
  year={2017}
}
After liberalisation of Indian economy in early 1990s, India’s GDP growth rates have been picked up and there is a sign of speeding up of structural transformation in Indian economy with the share of agriculture in GDP reduced to 12%. However, still about 50% of the labor force depends on agriculture, which shows that the structural transformation in employment is slower and productivity differences between agriculture and non-agricultural sector is growing. Some studies that the high economic… CONTINUE READING

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