What is it about?

This study assess the degree of value-added and the use of traditional inputs (capital, labor, energy, indigenous materials, and imported materials) and advanced industrial production technology (services, information and communications technology, and pollution control equipment) in aggregate P&P industry and its two sub-sectors.

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Why is it important?

It classifies the pulp and paper (P&P) industry in India into two major sub-sectors within the industry, which uses different raw materials, such as wood-based raw material and recycled paper-based raw materials, and examines the degree of value-added owing to traditional inputs and advanced industrial technology use.

Perspectives

The study measures the degree of value-added within the Pulp and Paper industry in India, which goes beyond the 'one-size-fits-all' approach and provides an in-depth understanding for sector-specific policy making. The writing of this paper was a great learning experience.

Sandeep Kumar Kujur
Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad, India

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This page is a summary of: Use of traditional inputs and advanced industrial technology in value-added within the pulp and paper industry in india, Journal of Sustainable Forestry, April 2019, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/10549811.2019.1598439.
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