| Agriculture and rural development in the 1990s and beyond: redesigning the chemistry between state and institutions of development (1992) |
Working paper 31
Tushaar Shah *
Daniel Bromley **
Institute of Rural Management Anand 388 001 India
* Director, Institute of Rural Management, Anand 388001
** Aderson-Bascom Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
This paper is the result of an effort in which many faculty members of IRMA contributed ideas and suggestions. Special thanks are due to R Rajagopalan who read the paper with great care and offered extensive comments. The authors also acknowledge comments by R P Aneja, Pankaj Jain, Akhileshwar Pathak and Rajagopal. Dr V Kurien provided some valuable ideas. While in many respects, this paper represents the thinking of many scholars at IRMA, the responsibility of errors and mis-judgements in articulating this thinking rests entirely on the authors.
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE 1990’S AND BEYOND: REDESIGNING THE CHEMISTRY BETWEEN STATE AND INSTITUTIONS OF DEVELOPMENT
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