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Land Use Pattern and Agrarian Expansion in a Semi-Arid Region-Case of Rayalaseema in Andhra, 1886-1939

This article attempts to trace the land use pattern and agrarian expansion in Rayalaseema during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and argues that demographic, market-related and infrastructural factors were equally responsible for the outcome.

South Indian Economy, c 1914-c 1945-Report on a Seminar

Report on a Seminar G N Rao Tirthankar Roy Raman Mahadevan D Rajasekhar Aspects of agrarian change, land and labour, role of the state and manufacturing and mining were the broad subject-areas discussed at a seminar on the South Indian Economy, 1914-1945 at the Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum. A report.

Transition from Subsistence to Commercialised Agriculture-A Study of Krishna District of Andhra, C 1850-1900

Commercialised Agriculture A Study of Krishna District of Andhra, C 1850-1900 G N Rao This paper traces the agrarian transformation brought about by canal irrigation under the Krishna dam and links it with the process of commercialisation of agriculture. It also considers paddy

Political Economy of Bonded Labour

G N Rao Backwardness and Bondage: Agrarian Relations in a Sooth Bihar District by Sudipto Mundle; Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi, 1979; pp 184, Rs 60.

Pattern of Asset-Holding in Rural India-A Comment

Pattern of Asset-Holding in Rural India A Comment G N Rao THERE are several technical errors In "Pattern of Asset-Holding in Rural India: A Study of Top Asset-Holders" by Sreelekha Basu (July 10, 1976) which seriously affect the results presented in the article. The more important drawbacks of the study are briefly discussed in this note.
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