Agricultural modernization and the trend of social inequality in rural Maharashtra

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StatementB.B. Mohanty.
SeriesGokhale Institute mimeograph series ;, no. 51
ContributionsGokhale Institute of Politics and Economics. Agro-Economic Research Centre.
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Special article Economic & Political Weekly EPW february 7, 63 regional Disparity in agricultural Development of Maharashtra B B Mohanty B B Mohanty ([email protected]) is with the Department of Sociology, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry.

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Poverty and inequality in rural India develop a first typology of agricultural holdings in each rural taluk3. This served as a basis to define a sample that then allowed us to analyse the technical, social and economic functioning of each of these production systems in greater detail, drawing from about.

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This is compounded by weak infrastructure and remoteness and by social or political marginalisation. Within rural areas, poverty is concentrated in 5 out of the 17 major (undivided) states (Bihar, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra).

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