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A Further Note

Agriculture in India and Pakistan, 1900-95

This paper re-investigates the performance of agriculture in India and Pakistan, 1900-95 from historical and comparative perspectives. The decomposition results show that aggregate changes in crop mix were one of the most important sources of land productivity growth in India and Pakistan. Their contribution has become more important in recent decades in India whereas their contribution was the most important in Pakistan during the 1950s, i e, the period just prior to the green revolution.



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