5 edition of Inclusive growth in agriculture found in the catalog.
Inclusive growth in agriculture
National Seminar on Inclusive Growth in Agriculture (2010 Osmania University)
Proceedings of the National Seminar on Inclusive Growth in Agriculture, held at Osmania University on 27th March 2010.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by M. Upender, B. Shiva Reddy, T.L.N. Swamy|
|Contributions||Upender, M., 1958-, Shiva Reddy, B., Swamy, T. L. N.|
|LC Classifications||HD2072 .N38 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 458 p. :|
|Number of Pages||458|
|LC Control Number||2011321607|
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of Economics, Osmania University on 27th March This book questions the projected processes of inclusive growth and structural transformation in India. Deviating from the usual practice, it engages with the received positions of both the orthodox and heterodox discourses using a variety of methods of analyses together.
It formulates its critique from the perspective of the vast non-agricultural informal : Saumya Chakrabarti.
inclusive growth policies for Morocco need to include agriculture and rural development to slow migration out of rural areas, as well as investments in other sectors.
But growth rate of agriculture is miserable, just 2%.Policy makers and government officials need to work on agriculture productivity, in order to be more inclusive.
Lack of access to credit for agriculture and small and medium enterprises and lack of social protection have all contributed to the exclusion of deprived groups from the growth.
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the goal in question and related targets, but also for competitiveness and growth (SDG 8), ending poverty (SDG 1), reducing inequality (SDG 10), and promoting peaceful and inclusive societies (SDG 16).
The emphasis on the need to enhance inclusive and sustainable growth in the current policy debate is. Against this backdrop, the essays on inclusive growth in this book focus on regional disparities in development, technology fatigue, marketing con-straints and sustainable use of water in respect of agriculture; ensuring accountability in performance; and the growth performance in Andhra Pradesh where the rising discontent against.
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Agriculture strategy appears in the chapter on inclusive growth. During the UPA period, from toit was believed that inclusive growth is not feasible unless agriculture grows at about 4 per cent per year while the overall economy grows at about 8 per cent annually.
inclusive growth or inclusive development, the term is understood to refer to “growth coupled with equal opportunities,” and has economic, social, and institutional dimensions. Among the major recommendations of the ADB literature are that efforts to achieve inclusive growth andFile Size: KB.
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Has the Indian economy realized its oft-stated goal of inclusive growth. Did the rapid progress made after liberalization help improve income levels of the most vulnerable households in the country. Can the economy succeed in establishing complementary linkages between the formal and informal sectors so that the growth of the former enables the latter?What can be the role of agriculture in.
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Drawing lessons from the African continent, provide evidence for the emerging consensus on the future role of small-holder farming for Africa’s economic growth. Inclusive growth is economic growth that is distributed fairly across society and creates opportunities for all. This book examines the performance, issues and challenges in most important and inter-related elements of inclusive growth: agriculture, poverty, food security and employment, social sector and, regional disparities.
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