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Food for Work-Some Economic and Political Consequences

From all accounts and studies, the Food For Work Programme (FFW) in India has been a moderate success. There is, however, nothing very original in our FFW. Similar schemes have been discussed by economists since long. Moreover, FFWs have been implemented in many less developed countries all over the world, and in many of them for a period longer than in India.

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