Agro-Economic Indicators—A Comparative Study of North-Eastern States of India

@article{Nandy2014AgroEconomicIC,
  title={Agro-Economic Indicators—A Comparative Study of North-Eastern States of India},
  author={Sarmistha Nandy},
  journal={Journal of Land and Rural Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={2},
  pages={75 - 88}
}
  • S. Nandy
  • Published 2014
  • Geography
  • Journal of Land and Rural Studies
Economic development is directly related to human development of any region or country. A proper understanding of this relationship may help to improve quality of life in general, and reduce poverty in particular for underdeveloped region. The present paper is an effort to study the agrarian economy of north-east India, which is an underdeveloped region in the country. A comparative state-wise analysis of some economic parameters and population pressure on the agricultural sector along with… Expand

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