Export and Economic Growth in India: An Empirical study

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Barsha Kalita, Bulbul Sahariah


The connection among trades and economic development in India has been broke down by countless exact investigations in the ongoing past. In any case, this paper analyses the connection among trades and financial development in an unexplored manner. The examination utilizes month to month dataset unexpectedly. Granger causality tests were utilized in the observational investigation, utilizing Augmented Dickey Fuller (ADF) and Dickey Fuller (DF) tests. The current examination covers information of 12 years' time frame from 2005 to 2017. The factors utilized for the examination are of I (1) for example first request of contrast implies that they are fixed from the start request distinction. The consequences of the Granger causality test show that there is bidirectional causality running among sends out and monetary development (IIP). Therefore, the examination affirms that there is bidirectional causality has been found between sends out and monetary development which backing trade drove development and development drove trade speculation. However, this examination at last recommends that both developments just as fare advancement procedure are to be sought after reliably with an accentuation on maintainable and inclusive growth.

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