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Agricultural Transformation in North-East India: With Special Reference to Arunachal Pradesh

Agricultural Transformation in North-East India: With Special Reference to Arunachal Pradesh

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ISBN 13 9788183241410
Book Language English
Binding Hardcover
Total Pages 172
Edition 2006
Author M.A Salam
GAIN A035161KY54
Product Dimensions 23 cm x 15 cm
Publishers MITTAL PUBLICATIONS  
Category Books  
Weight 340.00 g

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There are various paths that agricultural transformation adopts. Some of the theoretically celebrated paths are the English path, the Prussian path, the American path, the German experience, the Roman experience, etc. Theoretically the topic is debated sufficiently and in each line of the argument empirical studies were carried out. But the epistemic underpinnings of the arguments remain obscure for the readers at large because invariably all contenders deal with them implicitly. Further it is often surmised in the received literatures of tribal agricultural transformation that non-economic factors always dominate, shape and determine the modus operandi of economic variables. The present study: (i) clearly highlights the epistemic reasons adhering to a particular method to study agricultural transformation and thereby it analyses the issue with a clear philosophical approach; (ii) shows that under the event of globalization market forces are capable to release the economic variables to operate as per market principles and therefore they confer freedom particularly to labour through developing the labour market. Based on a large survey of 277 tribal households of West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh the study has a wider relevance in terms of application to different areas of tribal concentration in the north-east in particular and the country as a whole.
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