Palanpur, the Economy of An Indian Village

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Subject Index
ADO (Assistant Development Officer), 38, 39, 327
age gaps, 16-17
aggregation, 254
Agricultural Economic Research Centre, see AERC
Agricultural Extension Worker, 86, see also Village Level Worker
agricultural households, 2
Ahamadabad Kasaura, 48
Amar Pur Kashi, 99, 104
Anand, Miss R., 283
animals (see farm)
arher, 26, 31, 175, 327
Ari Khera, 47
Assistant Development Officer see ADO
bajra, 32, 116, 134, 175, 327
Bania, 5, 327
barber, 5
Bargujar, 35, 327
barley, 32, 116, 134, 175
basic primary school, see schools
BDO, 3, 17, 39, 225, 327, 328
Bhathagar, 12, 327
Bhoori, 47
Bhoor Maresi, 47
bhumidhar, 18, 24, 327
bicycle, 33, 43
biddies, 117, 315, 327
bigha, 13, 13n., 226n., 327
block, 39-40, 278, 327
Block Development Officer, see BDO
boring, 112, see also irrigation
Borlaug, N., 223-4
Brahmins, 4, 12, 35, 327
buffaloes, see bullocks
bullocks, 32, 99-104, 301 absence of market for, 99, 102-3, 318 cultivation without, 103, 159, 161 services of, 101-2, 129, 171-2, 180-1 tenancy,129 value, 101-2
C306, 223-4, 227, 230
Cane Development Society, 40, 114, 327
carpenter, 5, 12, 37
caste, 4, 12, 34-8 and income, 204-7 and productivity, 181, 197, 200 productivity of wheat, 272 ranking, 12, 317 relations between castes, 14, 37 subdivisions, 29, 35
CASTE1: see regression variables
CASTE2: see regression variables
Chamar, seeJatab
Chandausi, 2, 3
Chandorra, 48, 324
chapatis, 222, 224, 327
child mortality, 16
children, spacing of, 17
collection of data, 1, 5-7, 173, 234-6
collector, 2, 328
complements, 253
Congress, 315, 328
consumer durables, 33, 43
consumer prices, see price index
contraception, 17, 41
Cooperative Credit Union. 40, 105-7, 328, see also Seed Store
CORWTACR, see regression variables
cost sharing, see sharecropping
credit, 30, 32, 105-11, 301-2, see also debt
crime, 4
cropping patterns, 5, 26, 30-31, 115-17, 324-5
CULT, see regression variables
CUL T/F3, see regression variables
cultivation intensity, 200-1
cultivation without bullocks, see bullocks
dacoit, 315, 328
data, 5-7, 173, 234-6
debt, 6, 32, 105-7, see also credit and landlords 108
Delhi, 1, 2
desi, 223, 224, 328
desired cultivated area (DCA), 125, 144, 305
Dhimar, 3, 12, 13, 36, 328
Dhobi, 12, 13, 34, 369, 328
discretionary costs, 128
discussion sessions, 5, 117-22, 276-81, see also questionnaires
District Co-operative Bank, 328
double cropping, 26, 30, 119, 180
dowry, see marriage
draught animals, see bullocks
economic theory, 4, 6, 50-89, 125-7, 289-313
education, see schools
efficiency wage theory, 6n, 66-8, 97-8, 120
emergency, the, 314n., 315-16
employment, see also labour, outside village, 2, 184-5 types of contract, 95-6
expected utility, 71-5, 78-9, 286-90, 304
F1, see regression variables
F3, see regression variables

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Table of contents

  • 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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