Kerala Perspective Plan 2030

Kerala Perspective Plan 2030

The Kerala Perspective Plan 2030 (KPP) is a State Board of Planning initiative that will serve as the basis for implementation of a series of initiatives aimed at fostering sustained growth of the economy. These initiatives will facilitate the Kerala economy to leapfrog and catch up with high income countries. It is organised into three volumes. While Volume I focuses on the broad macro-economic strategy, Volume II covers major economic sectors (agriculture and allied sectors, ICT, industry and tourism), utilities (energy and water) and infrastructure (urbanisation, transport and road, and rural development) of the economy. Finally, Volume III spread over 8 chapters focuses on cross cutting themes. These initiatives will facilitate the Kerala economy to leapfrog into catching up with high income countries.

Publication

  • 14655Kerala Perspective Plan 2030

    The Kerala Perspective Plan 2030 (KPP) prepared by NCAER for the Kerala State Board of Planning is a strategic path forward for Kerala to achieve economic and living standards equivalent to Nordic countries. KPP 2030 targets leapfrogging the high middle income threshold in the next 15 years and the high income threshold in the next...   Read More

Researchers

  • 429Kerala Perspective Plan 2030

    Bornali Bhandari is a Senior Fellow at NCAER with a background in international economics and macroeconomics, specifically focusing on the impact of globalisation on development. Currently, she is engaged in a number of industry studies including automobiles, farm mechanisation, and digitisation. Her wider research interests include analysis of skilling from a 3-E perspective (education, employability...   Read More

  • 2225Kerala Perspective Plan 2030

    Devender Pratap is a Fellow at NCAER. His current research interests include trade policy analysis/CGE modelling, GTAP database, social accounting matrix, input output analysis, construction of base-run for CGE modelling, macro-econometric modelling and agricultural/livestock economy. At NCAER, he has handled three major CGE models in single-country and multi-country frameworks. He has also been involved in...   Read More

External Team:
Ramesh Chand (NCAP) and Ram Gopal Agarwala (RIS), Sanjib Pohit (National Institute of Science, Technology and Development), Debolina Kundu (National Institute of Urban Affairs), P. Shinoj and Suresh Kurup (both from National Council of Agricultural Policy), Zakir Hussain (Institute of Economic Growth), Kaushik Deb (BP) and Ankush Agarwal (Institute of Economic Growth)