Leading Sectors in Economic Development: The Role of Manufacturing in Pakistan's Recent Expansion
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One of the more rapidly growing ares of economic research involves identifying the major factors contributing to national economic growth and expansion. For the advanced market economies a consensus has emerged that measured technological change explains a significant share of total economic growth as well as growth in labour productivity.
South Asia, vol. XVII, no. 2, 1995.Refereed Journal Article
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