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Kerala Economy at Crossroads

Kerala Economy at Crossroads Alice Albin K K SUBRAHMANIAN (September 15, 1990) in his paper 'Development Paradox in Kerala: Analysis of Industrial Stagnation' (hereinafter KKS) states that Kerala is industrially backward and that the growth rate of the manufacturing sector is relatively slow: Though the structure of the economy has undergone some changes marked by decline in the share of the primary sector and an increase in share of the tertiary sector, it has not stimulated growth in the secondary sector.

Manufacturing Sector in Kerala-Comparative Study of Its Growth and Structure

Comparative Study of Its Growth and Structure Alice Albin This paper examines the role of structural and regional factors in explaining the observed trend and pattern of Kerala's industrial growth experience. The category of structural factors has here been broadened to include not only industrial composition but also variations of the industrial sector in terms of its organisation
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