3 edition of Regional disparities in agricultural development found in the catalog.
Regional disparities in agricultural development
|LC Classifications||HD2075.B5 S53 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||171 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||90903719|
Spatial Disparities In Human Development Spatial Disparities In Human Development by United Nations University. Download it Spatial Disparities In Human Development books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Spatial disparities are a measure of the unequal distribution of income and wealth, power and resources .
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The present paper analyses district and regional level disparity in agriculture development in Chhattisgarh on a number of various parameters for the year1nd The Regional disparity was assessed to examine whether all the districts are similar with respect to ecology, economy and social : Aryama Bharti, Urmila Bhagat.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Singh, Veena. Regional disparities in agricultural development. New Delhi: Deep & Deep Publications, © Intra-Regional Disparities in Agricultural Development: An Analytical Approach to Kerala State, India [Ayyoob, K.C., Krishnadas, M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Intra-Regional Disparities in Agricultural Development: An Analytical Approach to Kerala State, IndiaAuthor: K.C. Ayyoob, M. Krishnadas. Overall, the study is an important addition to literature on understanding the evolution of regional disparities in agriculture and rural development at the regional and district level, and hopefully would stimulate more in-depth studies on rural and agricultural development at regional and sub-regional levels.
D Narasimha Reddy, ICSSR. Book Regional disparities in rural and agricultural development in undivided Andhra Pradesh, India (). to take deliberate policy measures to remove these increasing regional disparities in the levels of living. Regional disparity exists in agricultural development in Assam.
The present study intends to measure the extent of regional disparities in agricultural development in Assam and examine the factors responsible for them.
Page 2 of 25 Regional Disparity in Agricultural Development: A District- Level Analysis for Regional disparities in agricultural development book. Introduction. For the overall development of a country like India, growth of agriculture.
The present paper analyses the district level regional disparities in status of agricultural Odisha with a special reference to Western Odisha Development Council analysis of the study. The regional agricultural disparity remained a serious problem in India.
The present study mainly focus on disparity in use of modern Agriculture inputs and overall level of agricultural. The level of agricultural development of different districts of Kerala was obtained with the help of composite index based on optimum combination of forty-eight indicators by the method of principal component analysis.
The district wise data for the period of were utilized for all the fourteen districts of state Kerala. Wide ranges of disparities were observed in the level of.
Downloadable. The growth of agriculture is prerequisite for overall development of Indian economy. It contributes significantly to the export earnings and affects the performance of other sectors of the economy through forward and backward linkages. The present paper analyses district and regional level disparity in agriculture development in Uttar Pradesh on a number of agricultural parameters.
CAUSES OF REGIONAL DISPARITIES IN AGRICULTURE The Rural Poor Economy and Social Backwardness: Seventy seven percent of the population of Bulandshahr district lives in cropping pattern of the study area in particular and overall development of agriculture in general.
disparities on agricultural development both national and International levels, hardly any systematic attempt has been made in this field at the district level. Keeping these observations in view, in the present study an attempt is made to study the impact regional disparities on agricultural development in.
Agricultural development and rural-urban disparities. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Mahender Reddy; S Kishan Rao. Regional Disparities in Rural and Agricultural Development in Undivided Andhra Pradesh, India Science with a human face ICRISAT is a member of the CGIAR Consor um Science with a human face About ICRISAT The Interna onal Crops Research Ins tute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) is a non-proﬁ t, non-poli cal organiza on that.
Regional Development Disparities in Romanian Agriculture and Rural Development: A Multi-Criteria Approach: /ch Initially, the Romanian development regions created in had as a main objective the insurance, from the statistic point of view a relatively territorialCited by: 1.
The level of agricultural development of different districts of Tamil Nadu was obtained with the help of composite index based on optimum combination of twenty four developmental indicators. Twenty nine districts have been selected and the data on various indicators for the year was used in the study.
The results showed wide disparities among the regions of Tamil Nadu. There is a large body of literature that highlights growing inter-regional disparities in India. However, intra-state disparities have not elicited similar attention, primarily due to the non- Vol. 44, Issue No. 27 Jun, Special article Economic & Political Weekly EPW february 7, 63 regional Disparity in agricultural Development of Maharashtra B B Mohanty B B Mohanty ([email protected]) is with the Department of Sociology, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry.
This book highlights the development disparities in India and considers three complex areas of development – economic wellbeing, human progress and agricultural development – over a period of forty years since the s. Regional development disparity is a continuous developmental challenge for Indian policy makers.
Recently NITI Aayog published Three Year Action Agenda, to recommend policy changes and programmes for action from to This document highlighted regional development disparity as critical development issue. About the authors This book highlights the development disparities in India and considers three complex areas of development – economic wellbeing, human progress and agricultural development – over a period of forty years since the s.
It deals with India's poverty and income inequality and has used NSSO unit level data for 66th and 61st rounds. This paper focuses on inter-district variation in agriculture among the 13 undivided districts of Orissa.
This paper is divided into three major studies: The first study relates to disparities in various indicators of economic development such as Per Capita Income (PCI), net irrigated area as percentage of net area sown, productivity per hectare, cropping intensity, distribution of fertilizer.
Regional Disparities in Brabantine Urbanisation before and after the Industrial Revolution (–): Some Aspects of Measurement and Explanation Paul M. Klep Pages 1. INTRODUCTION The stagnant agriculture sector of the Fifties was transformed into a dynamic one in Pakistan by the technological breakthroughs made in the early Sixties.
The installation of private tubewells, introduction of high-yielding varieties (HYVs) for various crops, the rising use of chemi. Indicators of Regional Imbalances in India (Cont.) 2.
Inter - State Disparities in Agricultural and Industrial Development: Punjab, Haryana and part of U. P has recorded high rate of productivity due to its high proportion of irrigated area and higher level of fertilizer use.
On the other hand, states like Assam. An important feature of the book is that it approaches these issues, applying rigorously advanced econometric methods, and focusing primarily on their regional disparities during the post-reform period vis-à-vis the pre-reform period.
It offers important results to guide policies for future development. Agriculture in the region has undergone extensive country-specific policy, institutional, and structural changes.
These have led to wide disparities in agricultural policy and levels of growth and development, which have adversely affected the region's global trade : Asian Development Bank.
The present paper analysis disparities in agricultural development in Aligarh district at block level during the period of The analysis of the study have been carried out by transforming and combining data related to various variable, (percentage of literate people to total population, percentage of agricultural workers to total.
Raman, Rakesh & Kumari, Reena, "Regional Disparity In Agricultural Development: A District-Level Analysis For Uttar Pradesh," Journal of Regional Development and Planning, Rajarshi Majumder, vol.
1(2), pages Full references (including those not matched with items on IDEAS). Ayyoob, K.C., Krishnadas, M. and Kaleel, F.M.H.,Intra-regional Disparities in the Agricultural Development of Kerala.
Agriculture Update, 8(1&2): The present book is an attempt in this direction. The 12 chapters of the book, besides dealing with the concepts, methods and techniques of regional planning, have been devoted to specific problems in regional development such as regional imbalances, rural development, backward area development and tribal area development.
Elite Farmer Strategy and Regional Disparities in the Agricultural Development of Pakistan Hamza Alavi Because the overall rate of growth of agricultural production in Pakistan had outstripped the rate of growth of population, by a simplistic arithmetic of averages, there was a tendency to assume only too.
The unfolding regional complexion of Indian agriculture is likely to be more balanced if there is a happy coincidence of more investments, technology.
– The purpose of this paper is to investigate determinants of regional disparities in China's agricultural labor productivity growth., – This paper first decomposes the regional disparity in China's agricultural productivity growth into its components: technical change, efficiency change and input accumulation per worker.
The convergence test is also used to analyze the determinants of. Development Disparities: An Exploration of Past Research.- Chapter 3. Regional Disparity in India: A Research Agenda.- Chapter 4. Regional Inequality and Convergence in Economic Growth in India.- Chapter 5.
Regional Disparity and Convergence in Human Development in India.- Chapter 6. Regional Variation and Convergence in Agricultural. backward districts, which showing that large regional disparities exist in levels of agricultural development in the State.
Agricultural development is the highest in Kendrapara district and the lowest in Jharsuguda district. Keywords: Principal Component, Agricultural Development, Development Disparities Introduction. The present book is an important research-cum-policy document which highlights the trends as well as current level of regional disparities, gaps and level of achievements in human development parameters at the district level in Haryana State.
By identifying the areas of concern, it suggests possible. Part II has a special focus on cities, looking at public investment, urban framework policies, and rural-urban issues.
Part III presents a Policy Forum on the future of cities, with five contributions from distinguished authors and policy makers. Part IV offers profiles of regional development.
This paper assesses the evolution of regional disparities in China, and brings information and trends up to date. Based on this assessment, it presents the broad outline of a strategy to harmonize growth and regional equity. We consider three elements of this strategy: infrastructure, social investment and protection, and governance reform.Regional Development Strategies There are two main approaches to regional development that have come to be recognized, of late namely, the centralized and decentralized strategies, these have conveniently been labeled as 'top-down' and 'bottom-up' ap-proaches (ObudhoSimon and Hoorweg et al.
).Book Description: This book highlights the development disparities in India and considers three complex areas of development – economic wellbeing, human progress and agricultural development – over a period of forty years since the s. The novelty of the book lies in is its rich analytical foundation and the use of sophisticated.