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Agricultural households and institutional finance

, : Agricultural households and institutional finance. Agricultural households and institutional finance: vi + 180

The extent to which landless agricultural labourers rely upon and have benefited from institutional credit in India is studied, using 1982/83 data on households in Visakhapatnam District, Andhra Pradesh.

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