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


, : 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.

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.

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Accession: 001748460

DOI: 10.1080/00472339080000101

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