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Institutional innovations in the delivery of farm services in India: a smallholder perspective

By: Singh, Sukhpal.
Contributor(s): Centre for Management in Agriculture.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Centre for Management in Agriculture publication; 251. Publisher: New Delhi Springer 2018Description: xxiv, 246 p.: ill. Includes references.ISBN: 9788132237525.Subject(s): Business | Marketing | Industrial management - Environmental aspects | Agribusiness Management | Business logisticsDDC classification: FP 333.73954 Summary: This book uses primary evidence to assess the value of agro-input and service delivery business models in terms of their inclusiveness, effectiveness, and impact from a small farmer perspective, in the form of case studies in three Indian states: Punjab, Bihar, and Uttar Pradesh. The services discussed include custom rental of farm machinery and equipment, franchising for backward and forward linkage for farmers and the supermarkets for delivery of farm inputs, and extension services. The book examines agro-input and service delivery business models as institutional innovations for inclusive and effective delivery of such services in the small farmer context, based on primary data from the agencies designing and implementing such models and the farmers who make use of these inputs and services. Further, it identifies major issues and challenges in the delivery of farm inputs and services across regions and types of farmers and examines possible policy and enabling provisions to promote cost-effective and high-quality agro-input delivery channels. http://www.springer.com/in/book/9788132237525
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Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Sale, Purchase and Use of Agri Inputs and Services in India: A review
Chapter 3. Agro-machinery rental services: Case studies from Punjab
Chapter 4. Supermarket Retailing of Agro-inputs: A case study from Uttar Pradesh.- Chapter 5. Franchising in Agri-input and market linkage delivery: A case study from Bihar
Chapter 6. Summary, Conclusions, and Policy implications.- References

This book uses primary evidence to assess the value of agro-input and service delivery business models in terms of their inclusiveness, effectiveness, and impact from a small farmer perspective, in the form of case studies in three Indian states: Punjab, Bihar, and Uttar Pradesh. The services discussed include custom rental of farm machinery and equipment, franchising for backward and forward linkage for farmers and the supermarkets for delivery of farm inputs, and extension services.
The book examines agro-input and service delivery business models as institutional innovations for inclusive and effective delivery of such services in the small farmer context, based on primary data from the agencies designing and implementing such models and the farmers who make use of these inputs and services. Further, it identifies major issues and challenges in the delivery of farm inputs and services across regions and types of farmers and examines possible policy and enabling provisions to promote cost-effective and high-quality agro-input delivery channels.


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