|§1.1 General Description||2|
|§1.2 The Collection of the Data||5|
|§2.1 General Description of Village||8|
|§2.6 Comparison with Previous Studies||27|
|§2.7 Concluding Remarks||33|
|Chapter 3 Theory and India||50|
|§3.1 Some General Views||51|
|§3.4 Capital and Uncertainty||71|
|§3.5 Objectives of Agents||77|
|§3.6 The Agricultural Production Function and the Efficiency
of Traditional Agriculture||80|
|§3.7 Farm Size and Productivity||82|
|§3.8 Variations in the Form of Share Contract||84|
|§3.9 The 'Green Revolution' in India||85|
|§3.10 Concluding Remarks||87|
|Chapter 4 Markets in Palanpur||90|
|§4.2 The Market for the Services of Bullocks||99|
|§4.3 The Market for Credit||105|
|§4.4 The Market for Water Resources||111|
|§4.5 The Market for Sugar||114|
|§4.6 Some Observations on Cropping Patterns||115|
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Book title: Palanpur, the Economy of an Indian Village.
Contributors: C. J. Bliss - Author, N. H. Stern - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1982.
Page number: ix.
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