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Interdependence, Feasibility and Planning: The Fourth Plan
Sudhin Kumar Mukhopadhyay
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 2, No. 30 (July 29, 1967), pp. 1331, 1333-1336
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24478885
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An attempt is made in this article to examine the Draft Outline of the Fourth Plan from the point of view of its consistency and feasibility and to consider some recent suggestions in regard to the Plan. No development Plan — and the Fourth Plan is no exception to this — can be cut down proportionately or in any other manner without seriously jeopardising its consistency and its ability to attain the desired objectives. On an analysis of the resource-structure of the Indian economy it is clear that the main constraint on resources is the decision-making and implementing machinery that we have. Unquestionably, we have to choose between improving this machinery and economic stagnation or decline.
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