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Growth and institutional change in West Bengal agriculture, 1901-1988

Saugata Mukherji

Growth and institutional change in West Bengal agriculture, 1901-1988

by Saugata Mukherji

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Published by Centre for Studies in Social Sciences in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • West Bengal.
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- India -- West Bengal.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSaugata Mukherji, Manoj Kumar Sanyal.
      SeriesOccasional paper ;, no. 161, Occasional paper (Centre for Studies in Social Sciences), no. 161.
      ContributionsSanyal, Manoj Kumar., Centre for Studies in Social Sciences.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 98/60381 (H)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination66 p.
      Number of Pages66
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL506977M
      LC Control Number98904562

      The Bengal Presidency, officially the Presidency of Fort William and later Bengal Province, was a subdivision of the British Empire in the height of its territorial jurisdiction, it covered large parts of what is now South Asia and Southeast proper covered the ethno-linguistic region of Bengal (present-day Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal).Capital: Calcutta.   This paper analyses the process of growth of the agrarian economy of West Bengal from to There is a significantly negative trend break in , which was the beginning of the liberalisation era in the Indian economy. The entire time period is divided into two sub-periods, namely, to and to We use the .

      List of Government Agriculture Colleges in West Bengal provides you the top and best Government Agriculture Colleges in West Bengal. of West Bengal’s economics and politics. Section 5 is a longitudinal analysis of West Bengal’s state-business relationship in terms of the manufacturing sector and highlights the first phase (–77) as a period where the economy was under various types of controls and the politics in West Bengal revolved around entitling the working by: 7.

      Mukherji, Saugata, Manoj, Kumar Sanyal. ‘ Growth Institutional Change in West Bengal Agriculture – ’, Occasional Paper No. , Center for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, June Google ScholarCited by: 1. No. Economic Growth and the Returns to Investment. Dennis Anderson No. Institutional Development and Technical Assistance in Macroeconomic Policy Formulation: A Case Study of Togo. Sven B. Kjellstrom and Ayite-Fily d'Almeida No. Managing Economic Policy Change: Institutional Dimensions. Geoffrey Lamb No.


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