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Producer companies as new generation cooperatives
(Economic and Political Weekly, 2008-11-11)
Traditional cooperatives have been unsuccessful in linking small farmers to the global market. Can the development of producer companies as new generation cooperatives turn out to be different.
Productivity of rural credit: a review of issues and some recent literature
(International Journal of Rural Management, 2007-11-11)
The policy intervention in agriculture has been credit driven. This is even more pronounced in the recent interventions made by the State in the package announced for distressed farmers, in doubling agricultural credit, ...
Small farmers: an endangered species
The average size of farm holdings in India was 1.57 hectares in 1990-91. Nearly 60 per cent of them constituting 63 million farming families owned less than one hectare of land. Another 20 million families owned less than ...