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Impact of external transfers on the regional economy of Kerala

P. R. Gopinathan Nair

Impact of external transfers on the regional economy of Kerala

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by P. R. Gopinathan Nair

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Published by Centre for Development Studies in Trivandrum .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kerala (India),
  • India,
  • Kerala.
    • Subjects:
    • Regional planning -- India -- Kerala.,
    • Kerala (India) -- Economic policy.,
    • Kerala (India) -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 34-36).

      StatementP.R. Gopinathan Nair, P. Mohanan Pillai.
      ContributionsMohanan Pillai, P., 1949-, Centre for Development Studies (Trivandrum, India)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC437.K4 G66 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination36 p. ;
      Number of Pages36
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL156081M
      LC Control Number99931509

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      Kerala Economic Review Source: NCAER Income Distribution of Households (US$/year, in per cent) kerala book 11/3/ AM Page 7.   The university’s investments in the technology help stimulate local economic development. The ultimate beneficiary of technology transfer is the public, who benefits from both the products that reach the market and the jobs resulting from .

      An Introduction to Kerala Economy. Kerala is known as God’s own country. The state is located along the coastline to the extreme southwest of the Indian peninsula, flanked by the Arabian Sea on the west and the mountains of the Western Ghats on the east.   Inward remittances account for just 3% of India’s GDP. But, at a sub-national level, remittances play an important role. Take Kerala, which receives the lion’s share of its remittances from the Gulf region. Remittances account for over 36% of Kerala’s state domestic product and contribute significantly to household consumption.


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Kerala has the tenth largest economy in India. Service industry dominates the Kerala economy. Kerala's per capita GDP in was Rs.Kerala's high GDP and productivity figures with higher development figures is often dubbed the "Kerala Phenomenon" or the "Kerala Model" of development by economists, political scientists, and phenomenon arises mainly from Kerala GDP rank: 10th.

No doubt, Kerala’s remittance economy and the very social architecture of the state will have to bear the brunt of these cross undercurrents in the regional and international economy.

Source: compiled from CDS Kerala Migration Surveys Impact of Remittances on Kerala’s Economic Development: Remittances to the Kerala have a major impact on Keralas economy. Remittances times the revenue receipt of the Kerala Government, times what the state gets from the Centre as revenue were percent of the states net state.

The Economic Impact of Tourism. According to the "Report on the Economic Impact of Travel and Tourism Industry” at the global level by the World Travel and Tourism Council, the total contribution of the sector to the global economy in was US$ trillion (at prices) and per cent of.

Given the unique features of Kerala tourism and also the vast potential of tourism for employment generation and economic growth, this sector offers excellent growth prospects for Kerala economy.

Today Kerala economy structure relay mostly on remintence. The share of agriculture in NSDP has come down from percent in to percent in It came down further to percent in The share of industry also came down, though only marginally.

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The last section presents the summaiy of this chapter. Measuring economic impacts: a conceptual framework Economic impact analyses highlight the positive and negative economic. The Kerala Model Of Development Economics Essay.

Sustainable development is a pattern of resourses use that aims to meet human needs while preserving the environment so that these needs can be met not only in the present, but also for the future generation (WCED,p).

a regional economy in Kerala has experiencing a wide variety of change in its productive sectors and other dimensions of the economy. Kerala economy changed from a traditional backward agrarian economy to modern growing economy.

Kerala economy faces structural changes since its formation in While the real sectors remained as. The Kerala model of development is a model of development based on the practices adopted in the state of Kerala, is characterized by achievements in social indicators such as education, healthcare, high life expectancy, low infant mortality and low birth rate, by the creation of productive social infrastructure rather than materialistic infrastructure.

The economic implications of the Kerala floods 6 min read. Updated: 21 AugPM IST Sunil Mani. An analysis of the economic implications of the Kerala floods shows some short-term negatives. Transfer and Posting of Officers in the cadre of District Officer / Regional Statistical Officer / Senior Statistical Officer GO(Rt)No/16/plg.

10/02/ Transfer and Posting of Officers of Returning Officers for General Election to Kerala legislative Assembly GO(P) No.5//gad. 06/01/ Dies Non Order - 12th January The flow of about Rs.

43, crores into the Kerala economy in by way of remittances had a very significant impact on the state’s economy and the living conditions of its citizens. It is important to state % of emigrants from Kerala went to the Gulf and as such they contribute a large chunk of the remittances that flow into Kerala.

The share of Kerala in Indian exports declined from per cent to per cent (in quantity) and from per cent to per cent (in value) during the period under review (Table ).

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Get this from a library. Kerala's economic development: issues and problems. [B A Prakash;] -- In the early s, Kerala's growth rate was high due to the enhanced performance of the secondary and tertiary sectors. Unable to sustain this development, Kerala is now in severe recession.

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Harilal K N () India-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement: Imlications for Primary Commodities of South India (), Indian Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol.2, No.2 July-December Heller Patrick, Harilal K.Unable to sustain this steep development, Kerala is now in severe recession due to a number of factors including a rapidly aging population, rising urban poverty, growing numbers of educated unemployed, a steep fall in the prices of commercial crops, and migration, both inter-regional and to the Gulf.

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