3 edition of Economics of the green revolution found in the catalog.
Economics of the green revolution
G. C. Mandal
|Statement||G. C. Mandal, M. G. Ghosh.|
|Contributions||Ghosh, M. C., 1932- joint author., United Nations. Development Programme. Global Project on Social and Economic Implications of the Introduction of High Yielding Varieties of Foodgrains.|
|LC Classifications||S471.I3 M386|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 113 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||76904822|
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The end result of the Green Revolution was to make India self-sufficient when it came to food grains. As the agricultural systems of many countries are poised, as a result of the recent advances in biotechnology for what may soon come to be called the Second Green Revolution, this book is particularly appropriate.
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Many industries producing agriculture, machinery, chemical fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides etc., have come up to meet the growing demand for these commodities. (vi) Change in Attitudes: A healthy contribution of green revolution is the change in the attitudes of farmers.
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I picked this book up at the library hoping it would provide an accurate critique of green technologies and was sorely disappointed. It is very weak on the science and economics of each technology and very biased toward the model of everyone living in dense urban areas and using mass transit - complete with personal references to glorious periods of time lived abroad in 4/5.
The Green Revolution, which was a period when the productivity of global agriculture increased drastically as a result of new advances, was a very important period in. Nature of Green Revolution (GR): (1) Due to Green Revolution (GR) miracle seeds known as HYV (High yielding variety) have been adopted by the farmers in some LDCs at a high rates.
As in Pakistan about 73% of wheat was sown with "Mexican" seed of wheat during Same is the case with Philippine. But neither the size of the farm nor the land tenure system has ever. failure of Green revolution Please note down all the point in Separate Register and Give Name to Register Economics Easy Hai.
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Economics of the Green Revolution in Pakistan. New York: Praeger, (OCoLC) Patel’s talk, “The Green Revolution and the Economics of the Food System,” was a fascinating, morbidly funny look at how food systems interventions are used as political tools to keep the urban poor from causing trouble — plus a better approach to building food security.
The book is well researched, drawing on careful readings of government documents, newspapers and other materials from the period. Li Zhang, Journal of Asian Studies Incredibly well-researched Red China’s Green Revolution is a fascinating book.
Fabio Lanza, Asia Maior This book is unquestionably well-researched. This book outlines the foundations of new economics, where justice, human dignity, compassion, and reverence for life are the guiding values.
Contrary to the assumption of mainstream economists that economics is a value-free science, new economics must make its values explicit.The impetus of the green revolution had less to do with individual farm economics, more to do with providing cheap food and industrial feedstock. 6 Still, if agriculture is to succeed, it should provide constancy and be less risk prone.
It is not good if farms and farmers fail (or starve).Examples of effective green policies that are already being implemented across the world are presented, as well as policy prescriptions for issues including economic measurement, localization, citizens' income, taxation and book offers a comprehensive introduction to the emerging field of 'green economics' for students, economists 5/5(5).