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12th August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-1(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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  4. Inequality, myth and reality Crony capitalism notwithstanding, there is no evidence that India has experienced an above average increase in income inequality UBHODEEP

  5. Indian inequality is back in the news, thanks to James Crabtree's excellent description, and analysis, of crony capitalism in India (Billionaire Raj) Crabtree also wants to paint over a larger canvas associated with an increase in inequality crony capitalism is The argument, I believe, is as follows: The rich are getting richer, and maybe the poor are becoming less poor, but the gap between the two is widening. Whether empirically right or wrong the argument that an increase in inequality accompanies fast growth has an intuitive appeal UBHODEEP

  6. But Billionaire Rai wants to go much further - that there was exceptionable increase in crony billionaires in India and that this was associated by an exceptionally large increase in income inequality in India. Only three income distribution surveys have been conducted in India. All three have been undertaken by the NCAER - in 1975, 1995 and 2004/5. The last survey was conducted along with the University of Maryland. This exercise (India Human Development Survey, IHDS) was repeated in 2011/12 on the same households as those surveyed in 2004/5 On the basis of all the available data, and the piecing together of various surveys, there is no evidence that income inequality in India increased between 1950 and 2003 the Gini has essentially been constant at around 42. UBHODEEP

  7. This popular measure of inequality has a value of 100 if one person has all the income and 0 if all have equal incomes. The reputable (gold standard) consumption inequality surveys have beer conducted by NSSO since 1950. These show declining inequality Unlike advanced economies, India has a large difference in prices of goods across cities and villages, and across rich and poor states. If one takes the official Tendulkar poverty line (a proxy price index), then there is a 2 to 1 ratio between the price index of the poorest and the richest state. UBHODEEP

  8. Evidence on increasing inequality certainly does not come from trends in consumption inequality. Where does it come from? unlike other countries, India displays a divergence over time. That is, inter-state inequality has increased between 1960 and 2015 the only source of evidence for high inequality in India (and not increasing inequality) is the IHDS survey for 2004/5 and 2011/12. For consumption, we had observed an increase of four Gini points. An IMF study for Asia shows India with a six-point Gini increase between 1990- 2010, and for Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Indonesia, the average increase observed is around 4-5 Gini points. UBHODEEP