Dynamics of Agricultural Development

By: K.S. Dhindsa & Anju Sharma (Eds)

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Agriculture forms the backbone of India econmy and its domination position in the national economy can be judged from the fact theat it contributes a major share of national income and provides livelihood to over seventy per cent of the population. This sector fulfils the food requirement of rapidly growing population and supplies manpower and raw material to India's leading indusrties. 'Dynamics of Agricultural Development covers all the major aspects of agriculture. Volume-I of the work highghts the impact of institutional changes on agricultural development in terms of various land reforms initiated by the Indian government after independence. Suggestions for the proper implemention of the reforms in various states of the country have been made. Volume-II emphasises on sustainability of agricultural development, farm sector sustainsbility of agricultural development farm sector reoganisation for agricultural growth and its optimal productivity etc. Volume-III deals with the important issues relating to agricultural policy and planning adopted by the Indian government since independence. It also deals with the importance of liberalisation and recently GATT (WTO) agreement on Indian agriculture. Apart from economists inersested in agricultural development in third world countries, the publicaiotn caters to the recently prepared revised syllabus of agricultural economics for post-graudate classes. The book would be immense use to the students, teachers, researchers and policy makers in India as well as abroad. Printed Pages: in 3 Volumes

Title: Dynamics of Agricultural Development

Author Name: K.S. Dhindsa & Anju Sharma (Eds)

Categories: Other,

Publisher: New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company: 2001

ISBN: 8170228344

ISBN 13: 9788170228349

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 700788

Keywords: Dynamics of Agricultural Development K.S. Dhindsa & Anju Sharma (Eds)