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Agrarian relations in Burdwan District, West Bengal. From the economics of Green Revolution to the politics of Panchayati Raj


CDR Working Papers ( 89.2): 49pp.
Agrarian relations in Burdwan District, West Bengal. From the economics of Green Revolution to the politics of Panchayati Raj
This paper examines agrarian development in the important rice growing district of Burdwan in West Bengal, India. District data over a 20 year period show agricultural prodution to have increased significantly, principally through higher yields achieved with new agricultural technology.


Accession: 001748460

DOI: 10.1080/00472339080000101



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