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WTO and Indian Agriculture : Opportunities Problems and Challenges (3 Parts-Set)

Rais Ahmad

ISBN 10: 8183243088 / ISBN 13: 9788183243087
Published by Mittal Pub, New Delhi, 2009
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Contents Part I. Foreword by M.S. Swaminathan. Preface. 1. Concerns of developing countries in the WTO issues and challenges of the Doha development agenda/Renee Kim. 2. Impact of WTO on Indian agriculture challenges and prospects/K. Mahendra Kumar P. Mercy Kumari and B.S. Rao. 3. WTO trade regime and Indian agriculture challenges implications and recommendations/Kuljit Kaur and Arneet Kaur. 4. Issues and challenges of WTO for agribusiness development in India/B.M. Jani. 5. World Trade Organization opportunities for Indian agriculture/Mali B.K. Kaware S.S. and S.N. Tilekar. 6. WTO and Indian agriculture insights implications and imperatives/V. Balasubramanian. 7. WTO and myths of level playing field perspectives of food sovereignty in India/D.M. Diwarkar. 8. WTO and agricultural trade market access issues/Ravinder Rena. 9. Performance of Indian pulses in Pre and post WTO era/D.B. Yadav. H.R. Shinde G.G. Joshi and S.N. Tilekar. 10. Indian agriculture since the formation of WTO/J. Cyril. 11. WTO and its impact on agricultural development of developing countries with special reference to India/Swami Prakash Srivastava. 12. Impact of World Trade Organization on Indian agriculture/Md. Ashraf Ali and Shahid Alam. 13. World Trade Organisation and Indian agriculture some issues/O.P. Shukla. 14. Impact of WTO regime on international trade of animal product/Sanjay Kumar and Mahesh Chander. 15. India's agricultural exports under agreement on agriculture of WTO regime problems and prospects/P. Arunachalam. 16. WTO and Indian agriculture implications/Majji Sankara Reddi M. Ramesh and M. Chandrayya. 17. The role of agricultural sector in Indian Economy under WTO an overview/V. Nachimuthu. 18. Indian farm sector and WTO a productivity issue/Vijay Kumar Mishra. 19. Indian agriculture sector and WTO/N.C. Tripathi. 20. Food security mechanism in India and the WTO regime/Durga Sankar Sarangi. 21. Impact of WTO on India's agricultural exports/Syed Noman Ahmad Dastgir Alam and M. Naved Khan and Mohd. Asif. 22. Agriculture marketing and WTO/V. Bharathi Ramani. 23. Understanding the micro dimensions of food security problems in India concepts approaches and policies/Arabi U. 24. Strengths weaknesses opportunities and threats of agriculture and allied sector in Bihar an overview/Ashwini Kant Jha Bhavna Jha and Anju Singh. 25. Globalization may prospect Indian economy retrospect agricultural produce in India/Rajib Lochan Panigrahy. 26. Globalization and its implications on Indian agriculture/Shailendra Chaturvedi. 27. Sustainable agricultural development in the globalised regime/S.K. Jha and J.P. Sharma. 28. Service sector and WTO a study of multi model transport and Indian economy/P. Anbalagan. 29. Domestic support to agriculture in developed countries an analysis/Inderpal Kaur and Sarbjit Singh. 30. Impact analysis of WTO regulations on small and medium enterprises in India/Ashwini Kant Jha and Bhavna Jha. Part II. 31. Dimensions of Indian agriculture in the wake of 21 century/Majji Sankara Reddi. 32. Export of medicinal plants an emerging concept and promoting strategies in this era of globalization/C. Kathiravan N. Panchanatham and G.M. Alagu Lakshmanan. 33. GATT challenges and prospects for India/Majji Sankara Reddi M. Sundara Rao and M. Ramesh. 34. Agricultural marketing in post globalization in India/N.K. Yadav and A.K. Singh. 35. Export potential and growth of agricultural commodities in the changing global environment/Y.C. Zala and Anuradha Narala. 36. Role of information and communication technology (ICT) in Indian agriculture/J.P. Singh Dharam Vir Singh and Kumari Priyanka. 37. Liberalization of domestic market for agricultural commodities and liberalization of international trade/Ramesh Singh and Mohammad Awais. 38. Declining productivity of Indian agriculture in the context of changing agrarian situation/Shuchi Shukla and Javed Akhtar. 39. A methodological framework for gender participation in agricultural resources a study of Jhabua Dist. Bookseller Inventory # 74727

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Title: WTO and Indian Agriculture : Opportunities ...

Publisher: Mittal Pub, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2009

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The present book, divided into 3 parts, deals with great clarity, the various implications of farm exports and imports for the well being of farmers as well as the Indian economy as a whole. More than 70 papers have been submitted by eminent professors, researchers, academics and practitioners.

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