Productivity of Rural Credit: A Review of Issues and Some Recent Literature
Mankal Sriram ()
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It is argued that Indian agriculture is undergoing fundamental change wherein the technology and inputs are moving out of the hands of the farmers to external suppliers. This, over a period of time may have resulted in the de-skilling of farmers and without adequate public investments in support services and without appropriate risk mitigation products has created a near-crisis in agriculture. The policy interventions have to be necessarily patient and holistic [IIMA WP].
Keywords: rural credit; productivity; agriculture; farmers (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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