4 edition of The political economy of agricultural policy reform in India found in the catalog.
The political economy of agricultural policy reform in India
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Regina Birner, Surupa Gupta, and Neeru Sharma.|
|Series||IFPRI research monograph -- 164|
|Contributions||Gupta, Surupa., Sharma, Neeru., International Food Policy Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||HD2073 .B57 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009019596|
This book comprises two parts that attempt to explain the political economy of water pricing reforms. The three sections of part 1 provide the theoretical and empirical foundation to the approach of this book. Section A of part 1 provides a theoretical framework that emphasizes the link between. Henning Otte Hansen, in Reference Module in Food Science, Objectives and Instruments in Agricultural Policy. Intervention through agricultural policy is a very important phenomenon in the agricultural sector in many countries. Often, the intervention takes place through the market, and the aim is to improve or stabilize the economic conditions.
Home IFPRI Publications Policy implications of fertilizer subsidy reform Reference URL Share. Add tags Comment Rate. Save to favorites. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. Policy implications of fertilizer subsidy reform. Mar 26, · Reforms in Indian agriculture 1. REFORMS IN INDIAN AGRICULTURE SRISHTI SACHAN 2. At the time of Independence, India inherited a semi-feudal agrarian structure with onerous tenure arrangements. The ownership and control of land was highly concentrated in a few landlords and intermediaries.
(ii) Export restrictions on agricultural products, and (iii) Massive subsidies for food, fertiliser, irrigation, power, credit, etc. Recognising the crucial role of agriculture in the Indian economy, a Draft Agricultural Policy Resolution was placed in December Political Economy of Agricultural Policy Reform in India - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.
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Agricultural policy reform is one of the major challenges facing India today. Such reform is required in order to reduce poverty through faster agricultural growth and to promote more sustainable use of natural resources while ensuring food security.
Subsidy policies that promote the use of fertiliz. Aug 12, · Regina Birner is a Senior Research Fellow at IFPRI. She is leading IFPRI’s research program on “Governance for Agriculture and Rural Development.” Her research focuses on the political economy of agricultural policy-making, and on governance reforms that aim at improving agricultural and rural service provision.
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To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. The political economy of agricultural policy reform in India. Downloadable. Agricultural policy reform is one of the major challenges facing India today. Such reform is required in order to reduce poverty through faster agricultural growth and to promote more sustainable use of natural resources while ensuring food security.
Subsidy policies that promote the use of fertilizer and of electricity for groundwater irrigation are in particular need of reform. This book would serve as a companion for students of economics, management, public policy as well as political economy, and cater to the needs of both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
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The political economy of agricultural policy reform in India: fertilizers and electricity for irrigation / Regina Birner, Surupa Gupta, and Neeru Sharma. — (IFPRI research monograph) Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Political Economy of Reforms in India discusses the political economy of the country's growth, globalization. This study shows that the failure of successive Indian governments to effect meaningful agrarian reforms has led to a political economy in rural India that is shaped, as it was prior to independence, Read more.
Policy design and implementation is a complex, multi-directional, fragmented and unpredictable process. A political economy lens broadens operational considerations beyond technical solutions to include an emphasis on stakeholders, institutions and processes by which policy reform is negotiated and played out in the policy arena.
This report provides insights on the political economy of biodiversity related policy reforms. It draws on existing literature and four new case studies covering the French tax on pesticides, agricultural subsidy reform in Switzerland, EU payments to Mauritania and Guinea-Bissau to finance marine protected areas via conservation trust funds, and individually transferable quotas for fisheries.
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Co-decision and the European. In that way, political economy expanded the emphasis of economics, which comes from the Greek oikos (meaning "home") and nomos (meaning "law" or "order"). Political economy was thus meant to express the laws of production of wealth at the state level, just as economics was the ordering of the home.From there, the process of reforms of indirect taxes in India went through ups and downs till the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Indirect Tax Reform in India: to GST and Beyond maps these developments in detail and analyses the political economy behind it.study is to account for the capacity of the Indian political system to sustain policy reform over an extended period of time in the face of a long way towards explaining why the new-political-economy approach 4 Democratic politics and economic reform in India.
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