Finding the Middle Path: The Political Economy of Cooperation in Rural India

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Finding the Middle Path
The Political Economy of Cooperation in Rural India

B. S. Baviskar and Donald W. Attwood with D. P. Apte, Suraj Bandyopadhyay, S. M. Batra, Sharit K. Bhowmik, Radhika Chopra, Shanti George, G. K. Karanth, A. S. Patel, N. Rajaram, Joseph Velacherry, and Donald Von Eschen

WestviewPress A Division of HarperCollinsPublishers

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • PART ONE Framework for Comparative Analysis 1
  • 1: Viewpoints 28
  • 2: Background and Methods 32
  • 3: Fertile Grounds in Western India 43
  • Notes 71
  • Notes 72
  • Notes 97
  • Notes 98
  • Problems in Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala 100
  • 6: Conclusions 126
  • Appendix: Comparative Statistics on Co-ops in Seven States 142
  • PART TWO Case Studies from Maharashtra 155
  • 7: Leadership, Democracy, and Development: Cooperatives in Kolhapur District 157
  • Notes 175
  • 8: Alternative Dairy Production and Marketing Systems 176
  • 9: Does Competition Help Cooperation? 199
  • 10: The Mhaisal Movement: A Farming Cooperative 217
  • Notes 233
  • PART THREE Case Studies from Gujarat 235
  • Conclusions 237
  • Conclusion 271
  • Notes 272
  • 13: A Sociological Analysis of Cotton Cooperatives in Baroda District 273
  • Notes 289
  • PART FOUR Case Studies from Other States 291
  • 14: Electoral Communism and the Destruction of Cooperation in West Bengal 293
  • Conclusions 321
  • Conclusion 340
  • Conclusion 341
  • 16: Formal Cooperatives and Informal Cooperation in Karnataka 342
  • Notes 360
  • 17: Bureaucracy Versus Participation: Tea Growers' Cooperatives in Tamil Nadu 362
  • Notes 383
  • 18: Fishermen Cooperatives in Kerala: A Case Study 385
  • Glossary 406
  • References 409
  • About the Book 422
  • About the Contributors 423
  • Index 425
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