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Baldev Raj Nayar, The Myth of the Shrinking its productivity was low, leading to an overall State: Globalisation and the State in India. low economic growth. He discusses the Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2009, Pp. justification generally used to account for the xx + 286 Price: Rs. 745/- low productivity of the public sector, […]
An Act to provide for the voluntary formation channels for distribution of scarce resources, of cooperative societies as accountable, and, therefore, were at times monopolies – not competitive, self reliant business enterprises, competitive, nor business minded. The based on thrift, self-help and mutual aid and Government, and other financial players were owned, managed and controlled […]
The purpose of this section is to make available to the readers official documents such as reports of committees, commissions, working groups, task forces, etc., appointed by various ministries, departments, agencies of central and state governments and international organisations, which are not readily accessible either because they are old, or because of the usual problems […]
Decentralised planning in Kerala has already received worldwide attention because of the successful devolution of powers and functions from the state to local self-governments. The devolution revolution was aimed at realising drastic changes in the all round development of the state. How the isolated local level problems could be resolved by the local people and […]
This paper sets out the major results of a study conducted to examine revealed links between employment, income and food intake for poor households. The study was conducted in two villages of southern tribal Orissa and one village in south Kerala. Data was collected from a total of 120 households for a full 366 consecutive […]
The redesigned rural co-operative credit institutions started in 1956 with massive state help, since rural savings were inadequate to meet the needs of planned rural development. But, as agriculture developed in different regions, the approach to rural co-operative credit institutions did not change to meet the new emerging situations. The result: by now the co-operatives […]