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Agrarian economy of Sunari: stability and change


, : Agrarian economy of Sunari: stability and change. Studies in Applied Economics and Rural Institutions, Publications of the Research Centre for International Agrarian Development, Heidelberg (18): 141

The socioeconomic study of the village of Sunari, near Agra in western Uttar Pradesh, India, undertaken by E. W. Kropp in 1964/65, serves as the point of departure for the present report which reviews changes in the agro-economic and social conditions of Sunari, based on a 1985 survey. The latter studied the village environment and made contact with a sizeable cross-section of the village population.


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