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Population Pressure and Labour Absorbability in Agriculture and Related Activities-Analysis and Suggestions Based on Field Studies Conducted in Punjab

in Agriculture and Related Activities Analysis and Suggestions Based on Field Studies Conducted in Punjab H K Manmohan Singh A number of micro studies conducted by the Economics Department of the Punjabi University in that belt of northern Indus which is associated with the green revolution confirm the view that while conventional strategies of development which resist institutional changes are sure to bypass large groups of people who have neither land nor other capital assets, efforts to check the pressure of population exogenously can be equally counterproductive.

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