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Reflections on the Right to Development
This paper presents a new set of integrated poverty and inequality estimates for India and Indian states for 1987-88, 1993-94 and 1999-2000 . The poverty estimates are broadly consistent with independent evidence on percapita expenditure, state domestic product and real agricultural wages. They show that poverty decline in the 1990s proceeded more or less in line with earlier trends. Regional disparities increased in the 1990s, with the southern and western regions doing much better than thedoi:10.4135/9788132102144.n7 fatcat:xkhij3wg35gz5lywkbbxgi25zu