Pandey, Alok Kumar and Dixit, Annapurna (2011): Inequality, Decomposition of Inequality and Stationarity of State Domestic Product: An Empirical Evidence from Twenty Indian States. Published in: The Indian Journal Of Economics , Vol. XIIC, No. 367 (1 April 2012): pp. 571645.

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Abstract
In this paper an attempt has been made to detect stationarity and inequality of the State Domestic Product among twenty states of Indian Federal System. For the purpose, time series and panel data has been utilized. Inequality in SDP and per capita SDP among states has been estimated with the help of Gini coefficient, generalized entropy indices and Atkinson indices. An attempt has been made to decompose inequality by using panel data. Indices of inequality are higher for SDP in comparison with per capita SDP. All the indices of within group inequality are higher than between group for SDP while it is vice ~ versa for per capita SDP. Percentile Ratios', Generalized Entropy Indices and Atkinson Indices reveal the presence of unit root at level and zero lag which shows the inequality among states are not stationary during the period under study.
Item Type:  MPRA Paper 

Original Title:  Inequality, Decomposition of Inequality and Stationarity of State Domestic Product: An Empirical Evidence from Twenty Indian States 
English Title:  Inequality, Decomposition of Inequality and Stationarity of State Domestic Product: An Empirical Evidence from Twenty Indian States 
Language:  English 
Keywords:  Stationary test, SDP, Panel Unit Root Test, Inequality, Inequality Decomposition. 
Subjects:  I  Health, Education, and Welfare > I3  Welfare, WellBeing, and Poverty > I30  General I  Health, Education, and Welfare > I3  Welfare, WellBeing, and Poverty > I31  General Welfare, WellBeing I  Health, Education, and Welfare > I3  Welfare, WellBeing, and Poverty > I39  Other Z  Other Special Topics > Z0  General > Z00  General 
Item ID:  54237 
Depositing User:  Alok Kumar Pandey 
Date Deposited:  08 Mar 2014 14:32 
Last Modified:  08 Oct 2019 20:44 
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