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A Dualistic Labour System-A Critique of the Informal Sector Concept-III Labour Force and Class Formation

Indian Green Revolution Economic and Political Weekly, December 29, 1973. He observes that the crown' ing underpining of the Green Re' volution is that "the stepped-up yields and favourable terms of trade have enriched the big and not so-big practitioners of the new art in a manner rare in Indian rural history", (p A-135).

A Dualistic Labour System-A Critique of the Informal Sector Concept

A Critique of the Informal Sector' Concept I: The Informal Sector Jan Breman This paper examines the utility of the concept of the 'informal sector'.

Mobilisation of Landless Labourers-Halpatis of South Gujarat

 up-country markets in the operation of the support price is being gradually reduced. This, however, can benefit the grower only when purchase operations are done at the support level. In an open market situation the solution lies once again in organising marketing cooperatives.

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