The last decade and a half has been marked by deceleration in India's agricultural growth, agrarian crisis and food and livelihood security issues, and this book provides an insightful analysis of the various dimensions of these problems. The authors and panelists, of national and international repute, have provided a rich analysis of all the major aspects of this issue—technology, markets, natural resources, climate change, institutions, and policy framework. The book should be immensely useful to researchers, scholars, policymakers, and all those interested in Indian agriculture. Contributors include Yogesh Bhatt, Sangeeta Chakravarty, Ramesh Chand, S. Galab, Nilabja Ghosh, Danish A. Hashim, K. S. Kavi Kumar, N. Chandrasekhara Rao, P. Prudhvikar Reddy, E. Revathi, C. S. C Sekhar, Arjun Sengupta, Nirmal Sengupta, V. Shunmugam, Sukhpal Singh, and Vijay S. Vyas.
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About the Author
Nilabja Ghosh is a professor at the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, and a former researcher in agricultural economics and rural development. She has written several articles for national and international journals and conferences and coauthored two books. C. S. C. Sekhar is an associate professor at the Institute of Economic Growth. He has widely published in journals of national and international repute.