Econ Dev Village India Ils 59.
First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Table of Contents:
- Cover; Title page; Copyright page; FOREWORD; Contents; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 1 The Agrarian Situation; PART ONE: FIVE SOUTH INDIAN VILLAGES REVISITED; 2 Eruvellipet (South Arcot District); 3 Dusi (North Arcot District); 4 Palakkurichi (Tanjore District); 5 Vadamalaipuram (Ramanathapuram District); 6 Gangaikondan (Tirunelveli District); 7 Economic Analysis of Change; Comparison of changes observed in each of the five Villages; Observed changes related to the problems and characteristics of each Village; PART TWO: MODERNIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT; 8 Frontiers of Traditional Agriculture.
- Food consumption in a tribal areaSurplus productive capacity of labour and the doctrine of zero value; 9 Economic Criteria for Entry into the Wider 74 Economy; Irrigation, a by-product of South Indian civilization; Transport and proximity to the market economy; Innovatory capacity and elasticity of the supply of labour; Taxation and enlargement of the supply of savings for economic development; 10 Conclusions and Observations on Development Policy; I Four South Indian Villages: Land Prices and Rents; II Five South Indian Villages: Population and Land Resources for Agricultural oduction.
- III Conversion FactorsIV Glossary; NOTE ON FIELD INQUIRY; LIST OF AUTHORITIES CITED; INDEX.