Deregulation of Intrest Rate Scheme - An Opinion Survey in Savings Bank

Dr. G. Thangapandi, S. Mythili, S. Suhashini, M. Yogeshwari


This paper examines the impact of the deregulation of compulsory industrial licensing in India on firm-size dynamics and the reallocation of resources within industries over time. Following deregulation, we find that the extent of resource misallocation declines and a considerable thickening of the left-hand tail of the firm-size distribution suggesting a significant increase in the number of small firms. However, the dominance and growth of large incumbents remains unchallenged.

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