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A Social Accounting Matrix for India, 1994-95
Basanta K. Pradhan, Amarendra Sahoo and M. R. Saluja
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 34, No. 48 (Nov. 27 - Dec. 3, 1999), pp. 3378-3394
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4408662
Page Count: 17
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A social accounting matrix (SAM) having 60 production sectors, two factors of production, namely, labour and capital, and 12 household occupational categories has been constructed for the Indian economy for 1994-95. For construction of SAM the 1989-90 Input-Output table prepared by the Central Statistical Organisation has been updated. The distribution of personal income among different household categories, which is a unique feature of this SAM for India, is based on the 'Income and Expenditure Survey of Households' conducted by the National Council of Applied Economic Research for the year 1994-95 as part of the MIMAP-India project. The problems encountered and the methodology used for constructing the SAM have been highlighted.
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