Economic reforms of agriculture and rural growth
Ashok Kotwal () and
Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 1998, vol. 2, issue 4, 369-402
Successful rural growth episodes in India indicate a process of growth and diversification that is based on the development of producer services. A simple theoretical model of this process is sketched to suggest impediments to such a process of growth and thus to offer a possible explanation of rural stagnation in many areas in India. Agricultural policies in India of the present and the recent past are analysed in the light of such a framework.
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