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Sociological Constraints to Industrial Development in North East India

 
Prabin Baishya (Editor) B. Datta Ray (Editor)
Synopsis

There is an urgent need to identify the factors inhibiting the emergence of local entrepreneurship in different sectors among the ethnic groups of North-East India societies. Is the quantum of capital made available since 1950 for industrialisation adquate? Or are the non-economic factors like the traditional soft-life style and the attitude of the bulk of the indigenous people, their surrender to fatalism responsible for this lack of economic development of North-East India? The papers presented to the seminar analyse the issue in a social perspective based on field data of the contemporary divergent societies in North-East India.

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About the author

B. Datta Ray

B. Datta Ray (1924-) is the founder Secretary, North East Indian Council for Social Science research (NEICSSR), Shillong. His major contributions include: Shifting Cultivation in North East India (ed., 1976), social and Economic Profile of North East India (ed., 1978), Administrative History of North East India (1978), Agricultural in the Hills: A case Study of Meghalaya (ed., 1979), Emergence and the Role of Middle Class in North East India (ed., 1983), Tribal Occupational Mobility (1984), Crime Perspective in North east India (1986), North East India in 2000 AD (ed., 1987), Tribal Identity and tension in North east India (1989), Social and political Institutions of the Hill People of North east India (ed., 1990), Dynamics of Tribal Society (ed., 1993).

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Bibliographic information

Title Sociological Constraints to Industrial Development in North East India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1998
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 817022733X
length 273p.