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The big push model was given by:


Paul Rosenstein-Rodan


Jack Hamilton


Amritya Sen


Abhishek Mathur

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The originator of this theory was Paul Rosenstein-Rodan in 1943.

The big push model is a concept in development economics or welfare economics that emphasizes that a firm's decision whether to industrialize or not depends on its expectation of what other firms will do.

It assumes economies of scale and oligopolistic market structure and explains when industrialization would happen.

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