ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Labour Relations in Agriculture-A Study in Contrasts

A Study in Contrasts Ashok Rudra It is an implicit assumption that in a developed region not only would the different forces of production be developed but also the relations of production would be more advanced. This comparative study of two rural areas in West Bengal, one relatively developed and the other relatively backward, seeks to test this hypothesis. It was expected that labour relations in the developed area would be more advanced than those in the Bankura area. Actually, the investigation shows that labour relations in the backward area are more advanced that those in the developed area.

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