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Use of durable goods by Indian households, 1993-94

Use of durable goods by Indian households, 1993-94

5th quinquennial survey of consumer expenditure : NSS 50th round, July 1993-June 1994.

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Published by National Sample Survey Organisation, Dept. of Statistics, Govt. of India in [New Delhi] .
Written in English

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  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Durable goods, Consumer -- India -- Statistics.,
    • House furnishings -- India -- Statistics.,
    • Consumption (Economics) -- India -- Statistics.

    • About the Edition

      Chiefly statistical tables.

      Edition Notes

      Other titlesBhāratīya parivaroṃ dvārā ṭikāū vastuoṃ kā upayogaḥ, 1993-94
      GenreStatistics.
      SeriesReport ;, no. 426, Report (National Sample Survey Organisation) ;, no. 426.
      ContributionsNational Sample Survey Organisation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9735.I52 U74 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination34, A-126 p. :
      Number of Pages126
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6859705M
      LC Control Number00370383

      Net value added at factor cost is equal to the net domestic product at factor cost, as given by the total of items 1 to 4 of Table 2 Rs. Thus, to the extent tourism is an economic phenomenon, 1993-94 book is already embodied in the national accounts but not in a manner readily apparent because commodities and services that are produced and consumed in meeting tourism demand are buried in some other element of the core accounts. The law by providing a 'right to work' is consistent with Article 41 that directs the State to secure to all citizens the right to work. Accordingly, the strong growth in the auto sector has powered the consumer durable sector. Words: - Pages: 3 Rural Consumer Behavior

      Introduction With the growing recognition of tourism as a source of employmentgenerating growth in the country, improved understanding of what tourism is, its role in the economy and its relationship to other parts of the economy is important. The head count poverty ratio for and as released earlier by the Planning Use of durable goods by Indian households on the basis of Lakdawala Methodology and also by using by the Tendulkar Methodology are shown in Table The Government has revamped programme for raising the incomes of the people living below the poverty line, particularly in rural areas and the public distribution system has been extended to the most backward block for supply of essential articles of mass consumption to provide a measure of protection to the poor against inflation. With its adoption recently by the United Nations Statistical Commission, the TSA framework is the central platform available for estimating the size and role of tourism in the economy using concepts and definitions consistent with the UN System of National Accounts SNA. Remember, it is the change in inventories and not total inventories for the year that are taken into account in national income estimates.

      One of these pertains to the reduction in Use of durable goods by Indian households ratio by five percentage points by by 15 percentage points by Let us now discuss the findings of these estimates: Estimates of B. Similarly, the sale and purchase of old stocks, shares, and bonds of companies are not included in national income because they were included in national income when the companies were started for the first time. Defining Tourists and Tourism Demand Tourism being a demand-based concept, it is important to clearly define who are visitors or tourists, and the expenditure by these tourists, or tourism demand. Tourism specific goods and services are either tourism characteristic or tourism-related goods and services.


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Use of durable goods by Indian households, 1993-94 Download PDF Ebook

These estimates in our view provide the lower bound for the share of tourism in the economy for two reasons. This implies that while there is cross sectional data available on penetration rates of consumer durables across income groups, there is no such availability of time series data for the s.

There is always the possibility of including a good or service more than once, whereas only final goods are included in national income estimates.

Tourism Satellite Account for India

In the I-O tables, the relation between commodities and industries is based up on the similarity of technologies expressed in classification notions of products and the corresponding industry. Accordingly, the incidence of poverty is considered to be overestimated. Introduction 1 II. Thus, the rural poverty ratio is still relatively high in Orissa, Bihar and North Eastern states.

Accordingly, the rural poverty has declined to But the Planning Commission did not prepare the estimates of poverty on 1993-94 book basis of 47th and 48th rounds of N.

All growth rates are CAGR per annum. Conversely, an industry notion a la the I-O tables may not correspond with a specific use category. This backwardness index consists of following five parameters - percentage of households primarily depended on agriculture, female 1993-94 book rates, households without access to electricity, households without access to drinking water and sanitation within the premises and households without access to banking facilities.

As a result, the price of the commodity to the producer is reduced and equals the market price of similar 1993-94 book. Data available from Sample Registration System SRS were also cited to show that the crude death rate of population has started to go up in the early s both in urban as well as in rural areas.

Thus the GDP by value added is Rs. The study conducted by Prof. But in this programme could assist only But expenditure on transfer payments is not added, because these payments are not made in exchange for goods and services produced during the current year.

The presentation in this report is divided into two parts. Keeping in mind the migration factor from relatively poorer states to the prosperous ones, it has projected a poverty level of 2.

This is because the rental income or the imputed rent which the house-owner gets is for making investment on the new house. Further the Central Council is recommended to establish a central evaluation and monitoring system for "a national level, comprehensive and independent evaluation of the scheme".

According to this definition, in the backward and underdeveloped countries of the world, where a major portion of the produce is simply bartered, correct estimate of national income will not be possible, because it will always work out less than the real level of income.

But facing a severe criticism on the above prescription of below poverty line cap from several quarters, the UPA government at the Centre has now decided to revise the expenditure criteria by factoring in the NSSOs report on household expenditure.

Other states with below 10 per cent BPL population are Goa 4. This period will continue to be the growth driver for consumer durable companies. This information is subject to change without any prior notice.

Based on these cut-offs, the percentage of people living below the poverty line in the country has declined from (3) Durable-use Consumers’ Goods: Durable-use consumers’ goods also pose a problem.

Such durable-use consumers’ goods as scooters, cars, fans, TVs, furniture’s, etc. are bought in one year but they are used for a number of years. Should they be included under investment expenditure or consumption expenditure in national income estimates?

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Real Exports and Imports of Goods and Services and Receipts and Payments of Factor Income

GENDER SCRIPTS AND AGE AT MARRIAGE IN INDIA. to any of the following large durable goods perceived to be given: television, car, scooter, or refrigerator.

Essay on Poverty in India

households the marital pressures.Real Exports and Imports of Goods and Services and Receipts and Payments of Factor Income from Economic Report of the President, Feb 24,  · The Indian growth 1993-94 book of the s has led DeLong, Download pdf & Subramaniam (IMF Staff Papers 52(2)–, ) and Kohli (Economic and Political Weekly 41(14)–, ) to question the need for market reforms in the s and the supporters of liberalization to argue that it was the result of piecemeal liberalization.

Both sides Cited by: 3.In this report it is found that between 94 andoverall poverty ebook India declined by 10 per cent and in rural areas by more than 10 per cent.

On this matter many scholars have questioned about the comparability of the and estimates due .