The term rural transformation does not mean urbanization of village or ruralization of cities. The realm covers a wider perspective. It highlights all major shifts in rural ecology and its canvas encompasses agricultural as well as non-agricultural sectors. The concept of rural transformation has multi-dimensional connotations and it has been interpreted from different angles in social sciences. From the economics perspective issues were by and large, equated with development questions primarily concerned with market and price approach of mainstream economic theory. The present book attempts to analysis the policies implemented in the agriculture sector for rural transformation efforts and the consequent impact of globalization on rural poverty, food security and employment situation. This will be a useful and comprehensive resource book for both students and teachers in the field of rural development.
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About the Author
Dr. G.P. Yadava is Associate Professor in University Department of Economics, BRA Bihar University, Muzaffarpur. He participated in many national and international seminars. His several research papers have been published in Journals of repute.