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Critical Minimum Efforts (in Hindi)
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This lesson discuss the Concept of Critical Minimum Efforts

Tanya Bhatia is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Tanya Bhatia
Topper in 12th Cbse Economics Hons from Shyam Lal College DU, M.A in Economics. Expert in NET for Economics.Teaching is work of heart❤❤❤

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mam ur notes are simply superb. when we are reading we are not getting bored. I especially read all the topics of mgt paper 2 which are given by you mam. Do we have all units in mgt mam. ok let me know. Happy new year mam
Brajekta Singh
4 months ago
Yes there are 10 units in management . I have covered 2 units that is economics and HRM
Brajekta Singh
4 months ago
Happy New year to you too dear
Brajekta Singh
4 months ago
I'll be covering other units too soon
Mamatha
4 months ago
thank u mam
mam please upload more theories
Ma'am please make videos on this topics,
ma'am plz upload all development theories ( big push,balanced n unbalanced theory, low level liquidity trap) etc..
Tanya Bhatia
7 months ago
will update lessons in it
very nice course ... please bring more videos in this course. it a kind request ... plzz
Mam your way of teaching is very good and I love you voice and way of speaking... Keep it up!!!
Tanya Bhatia
7 months ago
thanks
  1. Critical Minimum Effort -Tanya Bhatia Eco hons. From Shyam Lal College,Delhi University MA in Economics


  2. The theort of Critical Minimum Effort is associated with the name of Harvey Leibenstein. CONCEPT


  3. 1. Per capita Income 2. Popuation Growth-Income BASED on three factors depressing factor as a shock. 3. Investment-Income generating factor as a stimulant


  4. When the income generating factor turnout to be more powerful than the income depressing factor. Growth is possible


  5. J-001-17 9 Paper-II 18. Leibenstein in his critical minimum effort thesis treats population as a factor that is (1) investment inducing (3) market - expanding (2) income generating (4) income - depressing