Rural India Facing the 21st Century

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Anthem Press, 2004 - India, South - 540 pages
Written by an international team of young scholars, 'Rural India Facing the 21st Century' draws together a profound analysis of a broad range of issues to provide a masterly overview of overall rural development. Its highly original methodology and findings will be of considerable interest for development policy.
 

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Contents

PART ONE LONGTERM CHANGE
3
The Selection of Villages and Sampled Households
47
Analysis of clusters
114
Labour Gender Relations and the Rural Economy
159
NonFarm Economy
175
PART TWOI PRODUCTION POLICY AND PILLAGE PERSPECTIVES
195
Appendix 1
296
PART THREEZ SOCIAL WELFARE IN THE VILLAGES
305
Incapacity and Disability
349
Food Nutrition and the State in Northern Tamil Nadu
373
Nutrition Data 19734 to 19824
397
The Public Distribution Scheme PDS
405
Lisa Gold and Barbara HarrissWhite
428
Notes I
467
References
505
37
537

Details of Class Probability Tree Analysis
324

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S. Janakarajan is Professorial Consultant at Madras Institute of Development Studies (MIDS) and Professorial Research Associate, Centre for Water and Development, SOAS, University of London. He was a Visiting Professor at the Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford. He specializes in the areas of water, environment and climate change. He has authored/co-authored/edited several books and published many articles in national and international journals. Currently, he is the President of South Asia Consortium for Interdisciplinary Water Resources Studies (SaciWATERs), Hyderabad and is an active member of the Global Water Partnership.

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