Indian agricultural economy during pre-green revolution era (1940 to 1965), vol. 1 - New Delhi Academic Foundation 2016 - 462 p. - Indian Agricultural Economy .

Table of Contents

1. Peasant and Politics / Sir Malcolm Lyall Darling
2. Cooperation as Applied to Rural Reconstruction / T. Vijayaraghavacharya
3. Study of Rural Indebtedness in the Province / T. Vijayaraghavacharya
4. The Problem of Agricultural Reconstruction / Sir Manilal B. Nanavati
5. The Fundamentals of Planning for the Development of Agriculture in Our Country / Sir Manilal B. Nanavati
6. Economic Revival in the Post-War Period / Sir Manilal B. Nanavati
7. Tenancy and Agrarian Reforms: The Interplay of Factors / Sir Manilal B. Nanavati
8. Achieving Self-Sufficiency: The Next Step / V.L. Mehta
9. The Five Year Plan and Rural Improvement / S.V. Ramamurthy
10. Technological Upgradation: The Next Step / Rajendra Prasad
11. Planning for Indian Agriculture / R.K. Patil
12. Role of Agricultural Economics in Indian Economy / C.N. Vakil
13. The Five Year Plan and Rural Improvement / V.T. Krishnamachari
Contents note continued: 14.Land Reform or Agrarian Reform / D.R. Gadgil
15. The Role of Agriculture in a Developing Economy / J.J. Anjaria
16. Economics of Rural Development / D.G. Karve
17. Agricultural Organisation and Finance and Some Elements of the Appropriate Price Policy for Agricultural Products / B.K. Madan
18. Agricultural Economics Research and Economic Planning in India / S.R. Sen
19. Agrarian Structure and Economic Development / M.L. Dantwala
20. Agricultural Production and Productivity during the Plan Periods: A Review of the Past and Some Reflections on the Future / V.K.R.V. Rao
21. Agricultural Policy and Rural Economic Progress / Tarlok Singh
22. Agricultural Development and the Price Mechanism / B.N. Ganguli
23. Towards an Agricultural Revolution / Asoka Mehta.
24. Agricultural Economics and the Agriculturist J.P. Bhattacharjee

This volume is a part of the three-volume compilation of 74 presidential addresses of the Indian Society of Agricultural Economics (ISAE) starting from 1940 to 2015. Each volume carries Introduction by three eminent economists. These introductions have not only added tremendous value to the volumes but also provide a brief understanding of the material covered.


Agriculture - Economic aspects - India - History - 20th century
Green revolution - India
Indian Society of Agricultural Economics
Agricultural economy - India

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