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An econometric study of marginal budget shares of some item groups of consumption in rural India






Indian Journal of Regional Science 16(1): 23-34

An econometric study of marginal budget shares of some item groups of consumption in rural India

The paper examines patterns of consumption and income in rural India as revealed by the marginal budget shares for broad groups of items such as cereals, total food and total non-food.

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