2 edition of Economic institutions of rural uplift. found in the catalog.
Economic institutions of rural uplift.
Sharad Chandra Jain
|LC Classifications||HD2073 1966 .J3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 244 p.|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||sa 67003092|
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membership and leadership pattern among rural institutions. 2. Summary of Key Findings The institutional case study provides evidence that number of rural institutions operate in rural areas and provide useful livelihood and service delivery functions. Majority of the institutions have been promoted by Government and are relatively new. Other subject matters covered by the book include social marginality, land use conflict, gender, cooperatives, animal health, rural marketing, information and communication technology, micro-business, and rural economic crisis. The book is thus an invaluable source of useful information on contemporary issues in rural development for Cited by:
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