Critique of economic reforms, Microeconomics

CRITIQUE OF ECONOMIC REFORMS:

The critique of economic reforms should consider the actual growth rate achieved, its impact on employment and poverty reduction, its impact on labour, its impact on agriculture – the major source of livelihood of over 60 per cent of population, its effect on balance of trade and balance of payments, its effect on accelerating industrial growth by stepping up domestic and foreign investment, in strengthening economic and social infrastructure and last but not the least, in reducing regional disparities between states. 

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