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Special Articles
The agrarian crisis of Maharashtra predominantly comes out in the form of its nationally largest, yet scanty and inefficient irrigation sector, and development backlog faced by about two-thirds (62...
The effect of information technology in the Indian banking sector is analysed using the stochastic frontier production model to estimate technical efficiency during 2002–18. The evidence suggests...
The transformation of party society in West Bengal under the Trinamool Congress in which only Mamata Banerjee commands universal loyalty is traced. She has built an architecture of power that makes...
The National Food Security Act, 2013 was enacted to facilitate equitable access to foodgrains in order to ensure sufficient nutrition for all. Post its implementation, despite the increase in...
Increasing exports has been at the centre of policymaking for ensuring India’s economic growth and development. An analysis of the relative contribution of intensive and extensive margins to growth...
Foreign direct investment has a positive and significant impact on economic growth in the short run, whereas that of trade openness is both in the long and short run. The economic growth of India is...
The paper examines the nature of tribal deprivation, with specific focus on the issue of education. The research delves into the supply– and the demand–side factors, which determined the state of...
The e-National Agriculture Market is a pan-India electronic trading portal which integrates the existing Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee mandis to create a unified national market for...
Farmer profitability, cost of food production, and associated issues of nutri-cereals are analysed by leveraging a large database spanning a 35-year period. The skewed food policies being followed in...
This paper investigates the impact of the Backward Regions Grant Fund on change in access to amenities for more than 5,000 subdistricts using data from the Census of India, 2001 and 2011. Using...
An outline of key aspects of crisis and change in the world and in the United States is provided by looking at three ways in which we might think about the nature of the world crisis and the crisis...
The paper investigates the spatial pattern of multidimensional deprivation in rural areas by developing a multidimensional deprivation index and examining its relationships with the poverty ratio and...
In the case of fertilisers, unlike other forms of subsidy, the government provides subsidy to the manufacturers and not the farmers, allowing inefficient production units to thrive in the system. The...
The Rythu Bandhu scheme gives financial support to farmers towards meeting the cost of inputs and other initial needs to support farming. Still, it cannot provide sufficient support to tenant farmers...
We contend here, in the main, that resource use on the land leased-in by the share tenant is unlikely to be less than that put in by their landlord under personal cultivation of the land. In trying...

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