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Redistribution, Growth and Welfare Table 12. Total poverty-growth elasticity by productive sector State ȕ s1 s 1 Primary Income ȕ s2 s 2 Secondary Income ȕ s3 s 3 Tertiary Income R 2 Andhra Pradesh -0.04 (0.09) -0.16 (0.16) -0.44 (0.10) 0.95 Assam -0.90 (0.22) -0.72 (0.12) -0.78 (0.16) 0.68 Bihar -0.41 (0.10) -0.31 (0.09) -0.57 (0.11) 0.56 Gujarat -0.40 (0.08) -0.55 (0.09) -0.50 (0.14) 0.82 Haryana -0.18 (0.20) 0.02 (0.37) -0.65 (0.14) 0.65 Jammu & Kashmir -0.75 (0.44) -0.52 (0.56) -0.72 (0.30) 0.34 Karnataka 0.07 (0.14) 0.04 (0.14) -0.18 (0.10) 0.68 Kerala -0.78 (0.13) -1.07 (0.14) -0.93 (0.13) 0.93 Madhya Pradesh -0.25 (0.15) 0.02 (0.17) -0.58 (0.12) 0.57 Maharashtra -0.15 (0.11) 0.02 (0.17) -0.39 (0.04) 0.75 Orissa 0.10 (0.12) -0.25 (0.20) -0.29 (0.09) 0.78 Punjab -0.45 (0.19) -1.27 (0.33) -0.48 (0.36) 0.89 Rajasthan -0.16 (0.10) -0.96 (0.23) -0.07 (0.14) 0.58 Tamil Nadu -0.20 (0.14) -0.14 (0.17) -0.60 (0.09) 0.85 Uttar Pradesh -0.37 (0.16) -0.33 (0.20) -0.60
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Unformatted text preview: (0.19) 0.61 West Bengal -0.82 (0.30) -0.86 (0.35) -1.01 (0.13) 0.78 Pooled regression -0.25 (0.11) -0.36 (0.14) -0.32 (0.14) 0.88 Notes: robust standard errors in parentheses. Primary sector: mining and quarrying, forestry and logging, fishery, and agriculture; secondary sector: manufacturing, construction, electricity and gas; tertiary sector: transport, storage, communication, trade, banking, and public administration. We estimate 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 log s s s s s s s s s st y s y s y s p E D . . . including fixed and year effects, where y 1 denotes logged primary income, y 2 denotes logged secondary income, y 3 denotes logged tertiary income, and s represents the respective income shares. The bottom row presents results from the pooled regression, where standard errors have been clustered by state. See Table 8 for average share of sectors. Development Economics, LSE Summer School 2007 17...
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