Jimmy Corton Gaddam
The present paper studies the analysis of factor intensifies of Automobile industry and all industries. This work analyzed the Kendrick total factor productivity growth of the industry. The empirical results revealed that the capital productivity (V/K) in the automobile industry is much higher compared to the capital productivity (V/K) of all industries during the study period. This concludes that the industry is a capital intensive industry. The low exponential growth rate of total factor productivity and insignificant p-values of time and dummy variables indicate that there is no positive growth of total factor productivity in the automobile. Objectives: 1. To analyze the factor intensities of Automobile industry in India. 2. To evaluate the factor intensities of all industries in India. 3. To analyze the factor productivity growth of Automobile industry in India.