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Search for an Employment-Oriented Growth Strategy: A Discussion
M. L. Dantwala, V. M. Dandekar, V. M. Rao, N. Rath, Bagaram Tulpule, Ashok V. Desai and J. C. Sandesara
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 25, No. 21 (May 26, 1990), pp. 1147-1159+1161-1162
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4396324
Page Count: 15
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A notable feature of the debate on the Eighth Five-Year Plan has been the concern over the deceleration in the growth of employment in recent years and the quest for an employment-oriented growth strategy. The articles that follow make up a discussion of this theme. All the articles, with the exception of the one by J C Sandesara which critically reviews a draft of the Planning Commission's 'Approach Paper' on Eighth Plan, are responses to the Economic Advisory Council's Interim Report titled 'Towards Evolving an Employment-Oriented Strategy for Development in the 1990s'.
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