PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH IN INDIAN AGRICULTURE: THE ROLE OF GLOBALIZATION AND ECONOMIC REFORM

@article{Mahadevan2004PRODUCTIVITYGI,
  title={PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH IN INDIAN AGRICULTURE: THE ROLE OF GLOBALIZATION AND ECONOMIC REFORM},
  author={R. Mahadevan},
  journal={Asia-Pacific Development Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={57-72}
}
  • R. Mahadevan
  • Published 2004
  • Economics
  • Asia-Pacific Development Journal
  • The Indian agricultural sector has been undergoing economic reforms since the early 1990s in the move to liberalize the economy to benefit from globalization. This paper traces this process, analyses its effects on agricultural productivity and growth and discusses the problems and prospects for globalization to draw policy implications for the future of Indian agriculture. India, which is one of the largest agricultural-based economies, remained closed until the early 1990s. By 1991, there was… CONTINUE READING
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