Readership: Students, researchers, and teachers in development economics and agriculture; policymakers, economists, NGOs, and aid institutions dealing with environmental issues, rural poverty, food security, and migration.
Shovan Ray, Dr, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research
"This book contains a wealth of information, both quantitative as well as conceptional...a ready reference for those need carefully researched, neatly assembled, concise and focused information." - Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture
2: Economic and Agriculture Policy in India;
3: Part-I Agriculture and Environment; Part-II: Zero-tillage for reducing negative environmental impacts of agriculture;
4: Role of Agriculture in the Poverty Reduction Process in India;
5: Food Security and Agriculture;
6: Rural Urban Migration: Agriculture and Crisis Management;
7: Changing Agrarian System and Rural Urban Linkages in India in the Context of Social Viability;
8: The Vanishing Village: Culture and Agriculture in Rural North India; References.