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Family size, consumption expenditure, income and land holding in an agrarian economy. A critique of some populist notions



Family size, consumption expenditure, income and land holding in an agrarian economy. A critique of some populist notions



Economic and Political Weekly 11(30): 1115-1124



This paper uses empirical results from a field study and from village survey reports (Agricultural Economic Research Centre, University of Madras) to test populist economic policy formulations for the development of agriculture. The relationships between family size, consumption expenditure, income, and land-holding size are the factual data and they tend to substantiate the basic contentions of Lenin rather than the populist theories of Chayanov.

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