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D Narasimha Reddy

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. Introduction. 1. Land reforms the next phase/V.S. Vyas. 2. The land question and globalization some reflections on the relevance of redistributive land reforms/V.B. Athreya. 3. The problem of tenancy reforms and land reforms in relation to productivity and rural poverty/Utsa Patnaik. 4. Some aspects of tenancy debate implications for policy reforms/Pushpendra and B.K. Sinha. 5. Volatility in land markets an rural poverty/C.S. Murty. 6. Changing tenancy relations in rural India/H.R. Sharma. 7. Tenancy and rural poor some important issues/R.P. Singh. 8. Operation Barga and rural poverty West Bengal experience/Sankar Kumar Bhaumik. 9. Emerging land lease market in Haryana./P.C. Bansil. 10. Changes in land holding structure farm size productivity and tenancy in Punjab/Ramesh Chand. 11. Sharecropping tenancy and terms of access to land to the poor a comparative study/A.P. Singh.12. Poverty alleviation relative roles of land lease and sales markets in a prosperous part of UP/Gyanendra Mani and V.K. Pandey. 13. Access to land land markets and poverty the Orissa experience/Basanta K. Sahu. 14.Land markets agrarian structure and poverty in Andhra Pradesh/R. Vijay. 15.Changing land caste class relation and rural poverty in Bihar/Anup K. Karan. 16. Land reforms and land policy issues in the context of Karnataka/R.S. Deshpande. 17. Conceptualizing land and rural poverty linkages with some reflections on Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh/Praveen Jha. 18. Land distribution and tenancy in Orissa /R.K. Panda and S. Tripathy. 19. Land relations and conflicts in north eastern India a look at modernisation Immigration and livelihood loss/Walter Fernandes. 20. Land holdings and tenancy in north eastern states/ S. Tripathy. 21. State and NGO interventions in the distribution of land to the poor a study of Tamil Nadu/M. Thangaraj. 22. Globalization and contract farming the experiences of some states/K.Gopal Iyer. Index. This book is largely an outcome of the papers presented at national workshop on Land Markets and Rural Poverty organized by the Center for Rural Studies Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration Mussoorie. The book also incorporated a few research papers on similar and related issues by eminent administrators and technocrats. Examining the potential of the land question in alleviating rural poverty the contributors addressed the strategies for rural development and poverty alleviation and the issues of volatility in land markets and agrarian reforms. 415 pp. Seller Inventory # 74691

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edited by Mausumi Das, Sabyasachi Kar and Nandan Nawn

Published by Sage (2016)

ISBN 10: 9351508781 ISBN 13: 9789351508786

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About this Item: Sage, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Introduction. Sustaining the Growth Process. 1. Financial Development and Growth under Capitalism/C. P. Chandrasekhar. 2. Global Economic Challenge: Alone We Lag, Together We Grow/Pranab Mukhopadhyay. 3. Sustainability, Surplus and Survival: Explorations through Agricultural Energetics/Nandan Nawn. I. Dealing with Globalisation: Trade, Capital, Technology: 4. Secular Movements in the International Terms of Trade of Primary Commodities vis-à-vis Manufactured Goods: Towards an Explanation/Shouvik Chakraborty. 5. Global Rebalancing: Limitations of the East-Asia-centric Approach and the Role of Europe/Sabyasachi Kar. 6. Effect of Fiscal Policy on Level of Activity under Capital Flows/Surajit Das. 7. Foreign Direct Investment, Intellectual Property Rights and Technology Transfer/Biswajit Dhar and Reji Joseph. II. Mitigating Immiserisation: Poverty, Inequality, Joblessness: 8. Aspiration, Inequality and Growth/Mausumi Das. 9. A Proposition on Convergence to Equality in a Growth Model with Bliss/Subrata Guha. 10. Education, Equity and Development/Sudhanshu Bhushan. 11. Employment Growth and Informalisation of Workers in the Organised Manufacturing Sector/Shuji Uchikawa. III. Envisioning the Institutional Changes: 12. Monetary Equilibrium and Inertial Expectations/Jyotirmoy Bhattacharya. 13. Stock Markets, Finance and Development: A View from History/Vineet Kohli. 14. Corporate Retailing in the Advanced Countries: Some Salient Features/Pradip Kumar Biswas. IV. Reimagining the Political Hegemony: 15. Empire or Imperialism?/Prasenjit Bose. 16. Output and Price (In)Stability under Neoliberalism: A Kaleckian Approach/Rohit. 17. Agricultural Investment in India in Recent Decades: A Political Economic Note of Its Causes and Consequences/Debarshi Das. 18. Political Economy of Contemporary Indian Agricultural and Rural Dynamics/Praveen Jha. Index. In view of Prabhat Patnaik’s role in advocating progressive reforms and ideas in the global economy, this volume, in his honour, questions conventional thinking in mainstream economics and policy. This book brings together diverse scholarship on various aspects of economic development that underscore the importance of tackling dominant and contemporary issues concerning the national and global economy. Divided into five distinct themes—economic growth, engaging with globalisation, poverty and inequality, macroeconomic issues, political economy and developmental aspects—the essays outline significantly contrasting methodologies that are used to deal with issues of vital importance. Topical and up-to-date, the volume challenges the laissez faire philosophy and highlights the weaknesses of a free market as well as its inability to deal with the current issues. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 117490

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Edited By Praveen Jha

Published by Sage Pub (2011)

ISBN 10: 8132105583 ISBN 13: 9788132105589

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About this Item: Sage Pub, 2011. Contents 1 IntroductionPraveen Jha I Overall Macroeconomic Policy Regime And Its Linkages With Fiscal Policy 2 Finance Capital Fiscal Deficits And The Current Global CrisisPrabhat Patnaik 3 Liberalization As A Constraint On Fiscal Policy Some Lessons From 516 pp. Seller Inventory # 91394

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Michele Kelley and Deepika D'souza

Published by Orientblackswan (2010)

ISBN 10: 8125038647 ISBN 13: 9788125038641

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About this Item: Orientblackswan, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: As New. tables, figs (illustrator). Contents Preface About the Independent Peoples Tribunal on the World Bank Deepika D Souza Introduction I The World Banks Role and Functioning 1 The Economic Aspects of World Bank Activities in India Arun Kumar 2 The Midwives of Corporate Totalitarianism The Political Economy of the World Bank in Historical Perspective Aseem Shrivastava 3 The World Bank as a Knowledge Creator How the Bank Uses Flawed Processes to Generate Unsound Knowledge for Promoting Disastrous Policies Shripad Dharmadhikary 4 The Revolving Door of the World Bank Suborning Policy and Decision makers by its Pocketbook Prashant Bhushan 5 The Changing Role of the World Bank in India Prabhat Patnaik II Poverty and Employment 6 Poverty Persistence Entry and Escape Aasha Kapur Mehta 7 Employment in the Time of Liberalisation Praveen Jha 8 The World Bank and Labour in India J John and R S Tiwari 9 Microcredit Magic Bullet or Poison Pill Kalyani Menon Sen and Kalpana Kannabiran III Undermining India s Sovereignty and Democratic Processes 10 Partners in the Erosion of Sovereignty Smitu Kothari and Benny Kuruvilla 11 Food Security Good Governance and the Role of the State Harsh Mander 12 Governance and the Growth of the Black Economy Saumen Chattopadhyay 13 Delhi s Water Privatisation Plans Arvind Kejrival 14 How Transparent is the World Bank Nikhil Dey 15 Mining and the World Bank Inspection Panel Tony Herbert 16 The Impacts of Hydropower and Failures of Redress Himanshu Thakkar IV India s Agrarian and Food Security Crises 17 The World Bank and Indian Agriculture Bhaskar Goswani 18 The World Bank and its Impact on Food Security Utsa Patnaik 19 Financial Liberalisation and the Agrarian Crisis C P Chandrasekhar 20 The Exit from Agriculture Devinder Sharma 21 Targeting Exclusion and Food Biraj Patnaik 22 The Genetic Engineering of Crops Suman Sahai 23 The Privatisation of Seeds Afsar Jafri V Corporate Greed and Common Goods 24 Electricity Sector Reform Sreekumar N 25 The Privatisation of Water Shripad Dharmadhikary 26 The Neo liberal Assault on India s Education System Anil Sadgopal 27 The World Bank and HealthImrana Qadeer Sundari Ravindranand Bijoya Roy 28 Structural Adjustment in Karnataka State Vinay Baindur VI Land Grabs and Displacement Struggles 29 The World Bank and Forests Ashok Chowdhary 30 History Repeating Itself The World Banks Role in Global Tourism Development Ranjan Solomon and Vidya Rangan 31 Investment In People Out The Renewal of Indian Cities Michele Kelley 32 The World Bank and Disaster Relief Vanessa Peters and R M Alvino VII The World Bank and the Environment 33 The World Bank and Environmental Policy Reform Manju Menon and Kanchi Kohli 34 Poisoned Future Nityanand Jayaraman and Madhumita Dutta 35 The Carbon Trade and the Marketisation of Global Warming Praful Bidwai Conclusion The Findings of the Jury Appendices Glossary of terms Index Bringing together academic discussions on public policy and the experiences of the common people of India this collection of essays by a range of eminent scholars across disciplines tackles the problems of contemporary development policy and contributes to the ongoing debate The current financial crisis has clearly demonstrated the inability of international financial institutions to maintain a stable global economic order However few challenges to this order have been taken seriously due to the nearly complete dominance of the ideology of free markets This volume contributes to the emerging critique of the present economic order and attempts to find alternatives The essays originate from testimonies given at the Independent Peoples Tribunal on the World Bank held in New Delhi The book discusses the ways in which the World Bank has used undue leverage to impact key sectors of Indias economy and shows that the Banks policies of extreme marketisation trade liberalisation and reduced public spending have created a shocking trend of jobless growth and increased poverty for the majority of people in India It also covers. Seller Inventory # 84554

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Praveen Patnaik

Published by Commonwealth Publishers (2012)

ISBN 10: 8131100014 ISBN 13: 9788131100011

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Praveen Patnaik

Published by Commonwealth Publishers (2007)

ISBN 10: 8131100057 ISBN 13: 9788131100059

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Anil Kumar Thakur and Praveen Sharma

Published by Deep and Deep (2011)

ISBN 10: 8184503598 ISBN 13: 9788184503593

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, 2011. Contents Preface IntroductionAnil Kumar Thakur and Praveen Sharma 1 Dimensions of growth and disparity in commercial bank credit to agriculture analysis of recent dataRK Panda 2 Flow of institutional credit to agriculture in India an overviewNahid Akhtar Siddiqi and Mohammad Asif 3 Micro Finance Programme through SHG-Bank linkage and rural developmentSwarnabha Das Swati Mukherjee and Santosh Kumar Dutta 4 Flow of credit to small and marginal farmersChandra Prakash Azad and Kumari Sudama Yadav 5 Economic reforms and export performance in Indian agricultureM Giribabu 6 Economic reforms and agricultural export in India trends and competitivenessSudipta Sarkar Prankrishna Pal and Debjani Mitra 7 Agricultural exports of India in the new economic environment from 1991-92 to 2007-08Rishi Vivek Dhar and US Rai 8 Rationality social responsibility and market failure some empirical evidences about futures trading of wheat in IndiaArvind Awasthi 9 Emergence of fresh food retail chains impact on farmersSeema Bathla and RK Sharma 20 Growing distress in Indian agriculture issues and measures 11 Agrarian suicides with reference to Vidarbha in Maharashtra 12 Poverty and agrarian distress in OrissaSriit Mishra 13 Mitigation of agricultural risks a review of strategiesRajeev Johari 14 Land operation issues and agrarian relation for equity and efficiency in Indian economyVinod Kumar Srivastava and Meenu Verma 15 Structural reforms in Indian economy and perspective role of agriculture upon food security and PDSDebdas Ganguly and Pankaj Basu 16 Food security system in India problem and alleviationRajnath 17 Impact of green evolution on agricultural development in IndiaD Pulla Rao 18 India?s agricultural trade and economic liberalization issues and challengesNazia Iqbal Hashmi 19 Growth and instability of foodgrains production in Tamil NaduRaj Kumar and S Sendilkumar 20 Agricultural production in India and WTOHarapriya Patnaik and Puspanjali Patnaik 21 Structural reform in agricultureMadhusudan Mishra and Suman 22 Co-operative village banks a viable model for agricultural co-operative credit in IndiaVB Jugale 23 Export-oriented agricultural growth and its consequencesPushpa Kumari 24 Diversification of agriculture in OrissaSandhya Rani Das and RP Sarma 25 Trends and issues of Indian agriculture in post-reform periodDushyant Kumar JP Singh and Bhoopal Singh 26 Agriculture and farmers need to discuss issues separatelyBhupendra V Singh Nripendra P Singh and Akhilesh K Sharma 27 Structural reforms and agrarian crisis in IndiaAmrendra Kumar Singh and Rajeev Kumar SinghAmrendra Kumar Singh and Rajeev Kumar Singh 28 Economic reforms and Indian agriculture Issues and challengesRam Pravesh Singh and Gopal Kumar Singh 29 Indian agriculture issues and challenges under WTO regimesK Hari Babu K Mahendra Kumar and P Mercy Kumari IndexEconomic reforms have introduced substantial changes in many sectors of the Indian economy more particularly in the industrial trade and financial sectors These have imparted a much-needed buoyancy to the Indian economy However in a country like India success of reforms on the final count hinges on the performance of agriculture A lot more thinking and purposeful action are needed at this stage to reinvigorate this sectorSince agriculture is a state subject the success in agricultural performance is crucially dependent on the policies and action initiated by he states This is an opportune time therefore to give serious considerations to various facets of agriculture development in the state against the back drop of the new economic reforms pursued at the national levelThe present book thus facilitates a meaningful discussion in the relevant issues including terms of trade external trade market and globalization food security price subsidies and issues in cost recovery technological and extension and agricultural credit It is hoped that the research papers of this book will be useful and will inevitably provoke an extensive debate on. Seller Inventory # 91483

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K A Rasure

Published by Abhijeet Pub, Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Foreword. Preface. 1. Economics of medical education and health services in India/K.A. Rasure. 2. A study on inter district disparity in health education and human development in West Bengal/K.K. Bagchi and Ratul Saha. 3. Health care services in India with special reference to Punjab/Vipla Chopra. 4. Economic growth and human development a case study of India/Ravi Kiran and Manpreet Kaur. 5. Reproductive fertility trend and their impact on health services/Saroj Shrivastava and Bhakti Sharma. 6. Human development in India a review/S.M. Jawed Akhtar. 7. Economics of ageing and epidemiological transition/A. Gunasekaran and R. Sumathi. 8. Economics of Indian education health and human development emerging challenges in the global era/Birendra Kumar Jha. 9. An analysis of education status in Haryana/R.S. Nandal and D.P. Malik. 10. Educational dropout of children at primary stage in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao. 11. Status of integrated education for the disabled children in India/D. Pulla Rao. 12. Role of open universities in accessing higher education for the people in India an analysis/D. Pulla Rao. 13. Education health and human development/V. Vijayalakshmi. 14. Growth of primary education in Orissa quantitative versus qualitative issues/Jagannath Lenka and Minati Mallick. 15. Progress of primary education and primary health care in Orissa/B. Eswar Rao Patnaik. 16. Recent health care measures in India/P. Balamirtham. 17. Economics of education/S.N. Yogish. 18. Education health and human development/S.K. Dhage and B.G. Lobo. 19. Impact of education on health services delivery a study/P. Loganathan and R. Asokan. 20. Effects of educational inequality among social groups in rural India/R.R. Biradar and Jayasheela. 21. Restructuring economics education in India an imminent need in the LPG Regime/P.K. Manoj. 22. Prospects of health tourism in India/Ajay Kumar Tripathi and P.K. Sirothia. 23. Necessity of examination reforms/Rakesh A. Joshi. 24. Changing perspectives of higher education application of Markov Chain and Theils Entrophy Models/Girija M. Yabannavar S.B. Hosamani G.M. Gaddhi G.M. Hiremath. 25. Economics of higher education in India/A. Marimuthu and D. Bose. 26. Child mortality and poverty an analysis of inter state variations/Bhamidipati Sailaja Kumari and Bhamidipati Padma Narayan. 27. Health policy problems and prospects/Yogita Beri and Madhura Banerjee. 28. Trends and disparities in educational deprivation of children in Andhra Pradesh/M. Sankara Reddi M. Chandrayya and M. Sundara Rao. 29. Development of females in primary education in Andhra Pradesh 1956 57 to 2002 03/P. Arun Kumar. Vol. II 1. Cooperative education and training in India achievements and shortfalls an overview/D. Pulla Rao. 2. Declining female sex ratios in India an analysis/D. Pulla Rao. 3. Role of teachers in strengthening value education in India/D. Pulla Rao. 4. Committees and Commissions for the development of teacher education during post independent India a review/D. Pulla Rao. 5. Recent trends in public expenditure on social services in Madhya Pradesh with special reference to education and public health/Anjali Jain. 6. Achievements of education and health services in India/G.L. Bhong. 7. Need to quality in higher education/Praveen Sharma. 8. Education facts and steps for future/U.B. Kondewar and Smita Kondewar. 9. Status of different levels of education in India/G.M. Bhat and Shabir Ahmad Padder. 10. Linkage between education health poverty and human development/S.K. Dhage and B.G. Lobo. 11. Economics of education and health/R. Meenakshi. 12. Role of education in human development/R.K. Upadhyay. 13. Economics of child health linkage of poverty education health and consaguinity to infant/neonatal mortality/A. Gunasekarana and D.B. Usha Rani. 14. Public expenditure on different levels of education in India/Mohammad Asif. 15. A study of the medicinal plants of Kanyakumari District/P. Balamirtham. 16. Economi. Seller Inventory # 69908

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Praveen Patnaik

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ISBN 10: 8131100006 ISBN 13: 9788131100004

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Praveen Patnaik

Published by Commonwealth, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8131100065 ISBN 13: 9788131100066

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About this Item: Commonwealth, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents vol. I Music and Society Multicultural Issues Preface. 1. World music and musical diversity. 2. Music in transnational world. 3. Music and multiculturalism. 4. Manifestation of sound into healing power. 5. Western traditions of music. 6. Indian classical music. 7. Multicultural music education. Bibliography. Index. Vol. II Poetic Music Rhythm and Harmony Preface. 1. Poetry music and Rhythm. 2. Poetic and musical Rhythm theoretical concepts. 3. Musical harmony. 4. Rhythm quantization. 5. Rhythmic rock music. 6. Musical tuning. 7. Tempo tracking. 8. Changing trends in music composition. Bibliography. Index. Vol. III Music Community and Collaborative Perspectives Preface. 1. Collaborative community music. 2. Music and society. 3. Exploring music in human life. 4. Teaching and learning music. 5. Perspectives of classical music. 6. Devotional music. 7. Perspectives of music in instruments. Bibliography. Index. Vol. IV Religious music Preface. 1. Religious music. 2. Spiritual practices in music. 3. Indian classical music. 4. Music performance. 5. Music in Christianity. 6. Modernity in traditional music. Bibliography. Index. Vol. V Music Cross cultural Perception Preface. 1. Cross cultural perception of music. 2. Emergence of music therapy. 3. Music as a healing tool ancient perception. 4. Cross cultural perception of Indian music. 5. Use of technology captive music. 6. Perception of music and instruments. 7. Divinitic perception in music. 8. Music modulation. Bibliography. Index. Vol. VI Poetic Visual Music Preface. 1. Poetic visual music. 2. Ascetic / Aesthetic visual music. 3. Consonance / Dissonance in visual music. 4. Visualisation of music emerging trends. 5. Theoretical basis of different musical forms. 6. Technology in next generation music. 7. Visualisation of music in virtual environment. 8. SOM application to the organisation of music archive. Bibliography. Index. Music often an art/entertainment is a total social fact whose definitions vary according to era and culture often contrasted with noise. The omnipresence of music in our society suggests that music satisfies fundamental human needs. It can help us understand the deep feelings of those who lived in the past of those who speak other languages and to work to worship and to play with those whose lives are lived under differing circumstances. This multi volume work attempts to provide a comprehensive coverage on wide variety of topics related to music from ancient age to cyber age. This set include Organisational concept of religious music music and society multicultural issues cross cultural perception of music community music and collaborative perspective poetic music Rhythm and harmony and poetic visual music. The primary purpose of this encyclopaedic work is to serve as a basic reference tool on significant topics of music. Its style is simple and is presented in a style accessible to wide audience. Its target audience include faculty students practising musicians researchers and all who interested in music. 1804 pp. Seller Inventory # 57590

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