Normal view MARC view ISBD view

PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF PAPER-BASED INDUSTRY IN KUNNAMKULAM (A Local Level Study)

By: Rajeev G.
Publisher: 2001; Centre for Development Studies-UPR Subject(s): KERALA INDUSTRIAL CLUSTEROnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Literature on informal sector focuses its potential of employment generation and Efficiency in the allocation of resources broadly its social objectives like income generation and poverty alleviation. The clusters at the same time, counts for the 'collective efficiency', - its strength through a unique state of togetherness, the key of dynamism in clusters of small firms. This study provides evidence on paper-based industrial clusters in the informal sector of Kunnamkulam in Kerala. The industry exhibited strengths in the socio-economic development at the local level, when the other sectors failed to provide livelihood. One cannot simply view this sector, as a refuge for marginalized populations, there appears to be a heterogeneous momentum with a hierarchy of its own. However, the focus towards this segment has been defensive, resulting to insulate the sector from the typology of competitive growth. For a cross-section analysis, the investigator has conducted a primary investigation in the 31 municipal wards of Kunnamkulam. Sample surveys in two stages covering 20
Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Add tag(s)
Log in to add tags.
Item type Current location Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Kerala Studies Kerala Studies Mahatma Gandhi University Library
Available
Total holds: 0

Literature on informal sector focuses its potential of employment generation and Efficiency in the allocation of resources broadly its social objectives like income generation and poverty alleviation. The clusters at the same time, counts for the 'collective efficiency', - its strength through a unique state of togetherness, the key of dynamism in clusters of small firms. This study provides evidence on paper-based industrial clusters in the informal sector of Kunnamkulam in Kerala. The industry exhibited strengths in the socio-economic development at the local level, when the other sectors failed to provide livelihood. One cannot simply view this sector, as a refuge for marginalized populations, there appears to be a heterogeneous momentum with a hierarchy of its own. However, the focus towards this segment has been defensive, resulting to insulate the sector from the typology of competitive growth. For a cross-section analysis, the investigator has conducted a primary investigation in the 31 municipal wards of Kunnamkulam. Sample surveys in two stages covering 20

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.

M.G University Library, Priyadarshini Hills P.O, Kottayam- 686 560
Ph: 0481-2731018 | http://library.mgu.ac.in
Powered by Koha