Infrastructure , Microeconomics

Infrastructure :

Infrastructure plays an important role in the development of an economy. The adequacy or lack of it determines an economy's success or failure in increasing production, expanding trade, reducing poverty and improving environmental conditions. Infrastructure is of two types: economic and social. In this unit, we shall discuss the performance of various components of economic and social infrastructure, their growth and trend, inter-state disparities and implementation related issues. Let us begin with stating the concept and meaning of infrastructure.  

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