Poverty and inequality after reforms4 min read . Updated: 26 Jul 2016, 04:25 AM IST
Creating productive employment and providing quality education are two of the most important measures
India embarked on big-bang economic reforms 25 years back in 1991. It is well-known that GDP growth has been much higher in the post-reform period. However, GDP is only one metric. Ultimately, the success of reforms depends on whether the well-being of people, particularly that of poor, increased over time. In this context, let’s examine the impact of economic reforms on poverty and inequality.
Select your Category