## Pakistan Development Review, Volume 16Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, 1977 - Pakistan |

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Among the

years, thus tilting the overall balance. Despite the fact that the available capital

has never been fully utilised [5, 12] there is an increasing tendency in some of the

...

Among the

**inputs**it is mostly the capital**input**which suddenly shoots up in someyears, thus tilting the overall balance. Despite the fact that the available capital

has never been fully utilised [5, 12] there is an increasing tendency in some of the

...

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On the latter point he states flatly: "Because of the non-availability of price indices

for a large number of

deflators" (Kemal II). But, of course, if it is not possible to construct value added ...

On the latter point he states flatly: "Because of the non-availability of price indices

for a large number of

**inputs**, it was not possible to construct value addeddeflators" (Kemal II). But, of course, if it is not possible to construct value added ...

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and if there is only one variable

2 where X = LN A + (1 -b) LN p The last equation is the form that will be used in

estimating the actual equations. Using the coefficients of the respective profit ...

and if there is only one variable

**input**, then: m LN PFT = X + LN C' + 21 6i LN fi j=2 where X = LN A + (1 -b) LN p The last equation is the form that will be used in

estimating the actual equations. Using the coefficients of the respective profit ...

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### Contents

An Economic Analysis of Personal Earnings in Rawalpindi City | 353 |

Labour Content and Structure of Pakistan Manufactured Exports | 383 |

Attitudes Contraceptive Practice and Children Ever Born Among | 405 |

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acre active adjusted agricultural analysis areas assumed average capital changes coefficients compared constant consumer cost countries crop demand determined developing countries Development distribution economic effect elasticity electric employment equation estimated expected exports factor family planning farm females fertility figures fluid milk foreign function given growth higher households housing important included income increase indices industries inputs Institute intensity interest investment irrigation labour labour force less literacy lower manufacturing mean measure method noted observed obtained operated output Pakistan percent percentage period population positive present problems processed production programme rates ratio reason regression relationship relative reported requirements Research respectively Review rural sample sector shows significant Source Statistics supply Survey Table tion trade tubewell unit urban value added variables women