The political economy of agricultural policy reform in India : fertilizers and electricity for irrigation

Abstract: Decentralization and devolution of groundwater management, energy supply, and fertilizer subsidies are among the options for agricultural policy reform that aim to reduce or eliminate elite capture in rural India.

Author(s): Birner, Regina; Gupta, Surupa; Sharma, Neeru

Source(s): , IFPRI research monograph; [174] xxvii, 231 p., ill., graphs, tabs IFPRI research monograph [174]

Published: 2011 International food policy research institute (IFPRI), Washington, DC (English

ISBN/ISSN: 978-0-89629-172-0/

Link: http://www.ifpri.org/sites/default/files/publications/rr174.pdf

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