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Economic and Regional Disparity: the Journey is still On


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Economic and regional disparity began its journey long ago. Contributory study on regional disparity was first time done by Harrod-Domor and Solow in their regional growth models. And since then, the economic planners and economists have continued to study various aspects of economic and regional disparity. The paper studies descriptive and substantive findings as well as various theoretical and methodological contributions on economic and regional disparity.
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Eritriya Roy
Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur, Chhatisgarh

Abstract


Economic and regional disparity began its journey long ago. Contributory study on regional disparity was first time done by Harrod-Domor and Solow in their regional growth models. And since then, the economic planners and economists have continued to study various aspects of economic and regional disparity. The paper studies descriptive and substantive findings as well as various theoretical and methodological contributions on economic and regional disparity.

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