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Social Accounting Matrix for India
Concepts, Construction and Applications

  • Basanta K Pradhan - Institute of Economic Growth, New Delhi
  • M R Saluja - India Development Foundation, Gurgaon, Haryana, India
  • Shalabh K Singh - Director General, National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi

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January 2006 | 440 pages | SAGE India
A new social accounting matrix (SAM) for the Indian economy is presented in this book. It addresses the need for an up-to-date and detailed SAM for India which classifies household incomes by sources of income from different occupations. It distinguishes 60 sectors of production and six categories of occupational households separately for rural and urban areas.
 
Foreword Suman Bery
 
Preface
 
Introduction
 
PART ONE: INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS
 
The Structure of an Input-Output Table
 
The Input-Output Model
Multipliers and Linkages  
 
The Input-Output Model
Applications  
 
PART TWO: SAM ANALYSIS
 
The Structure of a SAM
 
The SAM Model
Multipliers, Linkages and Structural Path Analysis  
 
SAM
Applications  
 
PART THREE: THE CONSTRUCTION OF A SAM: METHODOLOGY
 
Methodology of Construction of Input-Output Table and SAM
 
Reliability of SAM Estimates
 
A Profile of Workers by Education and Status
 
Appendices
 
Bibliography

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Basanta K Pradhan

M R Saluja

Shalabh K Singh

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ISBN: 9789352808731
₹1,050.00