2 edition of Exchange relations and poverty in dryland agriculture found in the catalog.
Exchange relations and poverty in dryland agriculture
|Statement||Barbara Harriss with Graham Chapman ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||S616I4 H3 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 301 p.|
|Number of Pages||301|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harriss-White, Barbara, Exchange relations and poverty in dryland agriculture. New Delhi: Concept, Exchange relations and poverty in dryland agriculture: studies of South India.
By B. Harriss, G. Chapman, AGRICULTURAL STRUCTURE, SOCIAL CLASSES, LABOUR. The developments in the dryland region reflect the pervasiveness of poverty, which is demonstrated by the growing constraints of water, land degradation, continuing concerns about malnutrition.
Harriss, B. with A. Chapman, W. McLean, E. Shears and E. Watson () Exchange Relations and Poverty in Dryland Agriculture (New Delhi: Concept). Google Scholar Harriss-White, B. () A Political Economy of Agricultural Markets in South India: Masters of the Countryside (New Delhi: Sage).Cited by: 4.
Exchange relations and poverty in dryland agriculture: studies of South India / Barbara Harriss [et al] Harriss-White, Barbara, [ Book: ]. Watson E. and B. Harriss ()’ social Discrimination Through Commodity and Money Markets’, ch. 8 in B. Harriss et al., Exchange Relations and Poverty in Dryland Agriculture.
Google Scholar Werner, D. () Where There is No Doctor: A Village Health Care Handbook, repr. Macmillan Tropical Community Health Manuals (Hong Kong: Macmillan).Cited by: 4. The specific dimensions of poverty in the drylands, whether Africa or India, have eluded development attempts focused narrowly on productivity increases.
The reality of dryland livelihoods reflects the challenge of constraint management. Droughts or resource degradation depress agricultural incomes and Cited by: Pakistan’s dryland agriculture is a high-risk, low-input enterprise for resource-poor farmers, who frequently use poor quality seed, inadequate and imbalanced fertilizers, and poor crop.
Agricultural growth appears a priority for poverty reduction in landlocked and coastal economies alike. However, agriculture’s edge over non-agriculture varies by the latter’s subsectors.
There is substantial heterogeneity in the poverty reducing effects of non-agriculture. Poverty is more common in young families, for example, when asset ownership is lower and dependency ratios are higher. For others in SSA, poverty is chronic rather than transitory.
This means poverty is experienced for most of one’s life, and often passed onto one’s children (CPRC, 3). Downloadable. The developments in the dryland region reflect the pervasiveness of poverty, which is demonstrated by the growing constraints of water, land degradation, continuing concerns about malnutrition, migration due to frequent droughts, lack of infrastructure, poor dissemination of improved technologies, and effects of government policies and further economic liberalization on the.
Section 3 examines incidence of poverty across regions and discusses the dynamics of poverty under dry land conditions among the four states in Western India. This is followed in section 4 by an analysis of the correlates of poverty at two levels viz., region as well as district within these by: 8.
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Amita Shah is Professor of Economics and former Director of Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad. Her major areas of research are dryland agriculture and forestry, environmental impact assessment, gender and environment, agriculture-industry interface, employment and livelihood issues and chronic poverty.
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High Poverty Levels in the Face of Sustainable Economic Growth in Zambia The highlights of this report are mainly as follows: Unprecedented growth was recorded in Zambia for more than a decade after recording an average growth rate of % per annum.
Unemployment and poverty are the two major challenges that are facing the world economy at present. Unemployment leads to financial crisis and reduces the overall purchasing capacity of a nation.
This in turn results in poverty followed by increasing burden of debt. Now, poverty. Her major areas of research are dryland agriculture and forestry, environmental impact assessment, gender and environment, agriculture-industry interface, employment and livelihood issues and chronic poverty.
She has published several books and over 75 research papers in reputed : Hardcover. Dryland countries on the other hand have an extremely limited water resource. many dryland countries have low input agriculture, pastoral systems and little forest cover, ‘Figure 7 Relation between land degradation and poverty National and local land degradation studies: indicators and monitoring File Size: KB.
Introduction. Over the past 40 years, per capita world food production has grown by 25%, with average cereal yields rising from to t ha −1 in developing countries (to t ha −1 on rainfed lands and to t ha −1 on irrigated lands), and annual cereal production up from to million tonnes ().These global increases have helped to raise average per capita Cited by: The gain in yields of industrially produced crops is based on a theft of food from other species and the rural poor in the Third World.
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In Africa there is an estimated 1 extension worker per 4, farmers, compared with 1 per hundred farmers in developed countries.  This ratio falls far below the Food and Agriculture Organization recommendation of 1 officer for every proportion of agriculture budgets allocated to extension services varies from country to country, for example, from 5% in Zambia to 50% in.
In other words, where per capita real income is low, emphasis is being laid on agriculture and other primary industries. “Increase in agricultural production and the rise in the per-capita income of the rural community, together with the industrialisation and urbanisation, lead to an increased demand in industrial production”-Dr.
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The National Development Plan (NDP) sets out a broad vision of eliminating poverty and reducing inequality by The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) was disestablished in June Agricultural Marketing and Supply Chain Management in Tanzania: A Case Study 1 INTRODUCTION Tanzania’s economy is heavily dependent on agricultural production.
In agriculture accounted for half of the country’s GDP, provided 51 percent of foreign exchange and employed 80 percent of the labour force (Agricultural Marketing Policy ).File Size: KB. Barbara Harriss-White (born ) is an English economist and emeritus professor of development studies.
She was trained in geography, agricultural science, agricultural economics and self-taught in development economics. In the s, she helped to create the multi- and inter- disciplinary thematic discipline of development studies in Oxford Department of International Development; and in Born: 4 February (age 73).
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Mandaluyong City, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 1. Poverty. 2. Philippines. I. Asian Development Bank. The views expressed in this book are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the AsianFile Size: KB.The implementations of some national or regional dryland projects such as the Carbon Projects, Agro-Forestry approaches, and ‘Evergreen Agriculture’ in Kenya, South Africa, and other dryland areas mainly concern about the benefits of carbon sequestration related carbon payment and its co-benefits (i.e.
synergies) such as crop production and Cited by: 4.Even within a country, a trade reform may hurt rural agricultural producers and benefit rural or urban consumers of those farmers' products.
The relationship between globalization and poverty is complex, Harrison acknowledges, yet she says that a number of persuasive conclusions may be drawn from the studies in Globalization and Poverty.