Family Income Data: A need

JOSE.V. L

Abstract


The limitation of GDP calculation, wherein lacking of income data, the   disparity of people income are not reflected properly in the economical discourses. At a time of  transition period of Nation’s development , which epitomes in the terms of ‘ ‘Make in India’, ‘Smart Cities’  and ‘Skill Development’ that would  surely  creates more jobs .  But most of these employments   are coming as informal and contract basis wherein people earn low wage that would be more afflicted with widespread poverty and more that as experts sound rising of labour unrest. Therefore to bringing limelight  the  facts of the rising inequality in Indians , along with  Income Tax Department, which  has tax return’s records   there would  have a set up of keeping the records  of  income  or data under  CSO . It would be a state intervention that  is  necessary for bringing the disadvantaged groups nearer to the advantaged ones, especially in the developing countries.  


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