# Palanpur, the Economy of An Indian Village

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Appendix to Chapter 6

In this appendix we present our regression analysis of the determinants of output for the three components rabi (non-sugar), kharif (non-sugar), and sugar. The rabi results for the linear model are given in Table 6.A.1 and for the three logarithmic cases in 6.A.2, 6.A.3, and 6.A.4. We have separate logarithmic results since, as explained in § 6.5, the number of observations decreases with the number of included explanatory variables: in Table 6.A.2 we have as logged explanatory variables, land cultivated in rabi and F3; for Table 6.A.3 we add VI, and for Table 6.A.4rabi fertilizer. Table 6.A.5 gives khariflinear results and 6.A.6 and 6.A.7 the logarithmic cases. There are just two such cases since we do not include fertilizer (we have data only for rabi fertilizer). Table 6.A.8 contains the linear sugar results and 6.A.9 and 6.A.10 the logarithmic.

Our criterion for the inclusion of an observation in both rabi linear and kharif linear regressions was that the household concerned be involved in cultivation in the sense of strictly positive GAO. For the case of the single crop sugar we included in the linear regression only those households with strictly positive sugar output. In the logarithmic regressions those households with zero outputs are automatically excluded.

The main features of the results have been summarized at the end of § 6.5 and certain other aspects such as the role of fertilizer in the rabi season, in the main body of the chapter. We do not therefore present any further discussion here.

Table 6.A.1 (a) Rabi Output on Rabi Land Cultivated--Linear
 Multiple R 0.93 Number of cases 93 R Squared 0.86 Number of variables 1 Standard error 764.89 F-Value for equation 575.79 Dependent variable GRNSO Variables in the equation Variable B Standard error of B F NSCULTR 155.54 6.48 575.79 Constant -266.57 28.55 87.21 Variables not in the equation Variable B IN F F3 375.20 11.36 VI 0.23 1.36 FERT 2.07 24.46 NPSO 1224.33 15.83 CASTE1 372.41 4.21 CASTE2 -189.03 1.06

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• Title Page i
• Preface v
• Contents ix
• 1 - Introduction 1
• 2 - The Village 8
• Appendix to Chapter 2 34
• 3 - Theory and India 50
• Appendix to Chapter 3 88
• 4 - Markets in Palanpur 90
• 5 - Tenancy 124
• 6 - Output and Income 167
• Appendix to Chapter 6 211
• 7 - Wheat : The New Varieties and Practices in Palanpur 222
• 8 - Wheat: Productivity and Expectations 251
• 9 - Reflections on Economic Theory 299
• 10 - A Revisit and Some Speculations on the Future 314
• Glossary 327
• References 331
• Author Index 335
• Subject Index 336
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