Inaccurate Conceptions: Disputed Measures of Nutritional Needs and Famine Deaths in Colonial India

@article{HallMatthews2008InaccurateCD,
  title={Inaccurate Conceptions: Disputed Measures of Nutritional Needs and Famine Deaths in Colonial India},
  author={D. Hall-Matthews},
  journal={Modern Asian Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={42},
  pages={1189 - 1212}
}
Abstract From the 1870s onwards, debates about famine policy were central to both colonial and nationalist conceptions of the role, effectiveness and legitimacy of the state in India. Although opinions on how best to relieve famines varied, ideological opposition to a narrow laissez-faire paradigm was given short shrift in the years preceding the formulation of the Indian Famine Codes. However, specific empirical critiques of the making and implementing of famine policy were more effective… Expand
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