Macro Structural Perspectives in Indian Agriculture
The author highlights a macro-structural perspective of Indian agriculture by shedding new light on the growth of agricultural labour population, the inter-relationship among the pattern of land distribution, tenancy and farm efficiency, mode of cultivation and its relation to production, the influence of various economic factors on the cropping pattern etc.
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Growth and Stagnation of Agricultural Labour 321
Land Tenure and Distribution of Land 2339
Modes of Cultivation and Rates of Return 4155
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