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Rural poverty and economic change in India

Rural poverty and economic change in India

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Published by Sangham in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by V. R. Dutta.
ContributionsDutta, V. R.
The Physical Object
Pagination(184)p. ;
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20964960M
ISBN 100861322991

The book presents a systematic measurement of poverty in rural India on a state-wide basis, and analyses the factors underlying the observed interstate differences. Covering the period //84, the data provide estimates of rural poverty, both absolute and relative, based on alternative concepts and criteria. Cross-section and time series evidence are used to highlight differences in Cited by: poverty indices. Rural Migrants into urban areas have been found to have a lower probability of being poor than the local population. Though urbanisation is generally associated with lower levels of poverty, certain aspects of economic development and changes associated strongly with the process of urbanisation in India.

Rural poverty can be considered as another dimension, since poverty tends to be higher in rural areas and presents different characteristics. Several possible causes have been discussed over the Author: Minh Quang Dao. means to develop and to obtain a desirable change of the rural people. All the above statements, opinion and comments about rural development are focused on the development of rural masses that targets the poor and economically weak persons. Rural Development as a Process of Socio-Economic Change.

This policy became controversial as some argued in favour of it while others argued against it. In this book, Prof. G. Parthasarathy has rigorously analysed the pros and cons of structural adjustment and liberalisation policies and empirically examined its effects on rural development at national and state level, in terms of agricultural. Nine million people in the United States live in rural poverty. This large segment of the population has generally been overlooked even as considerable attention, and social conscience, is directed to the alleviation of urban poverty. This timely, needed volume focuses on poor, rural people in poor, rural settings. Rural poverty is not confined to one section of the country or to one ethnic group.


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On the incidence of poverty in rural India of sixties. Economic and Political Weekly 8, – () Google Scholar Berry, B. L.: Essays on Commodity Flows and the Spatial Structure of Indian by: 1. The drivers of rural poverty may be broken into three dimensions: economic, social and environmental.

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Rural poverty measures, that were historically higher than for urban areas, have been converging with urban measures over time, and the (distribution-sensitive) squared poverty gap index for urban India has. Pockets of poverty are found across India, but multidimensional poverty is particularly acute – and significant – in the four states of Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

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Although there is wide recognition of the adverse impacts of climate change and extreme weather events on poverty, there is hardly any empirical evidence to substantiate this. The trends and the role of agricultural growth and other factors on rural poverty in India—which has the largest concentration of the poor in the world—have been analysed, and the likely changes in rural poverty levels in India.

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