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Lost People: An Analysis of Indian Poverty

Krupakar Wasnik (Author)

Appended with an extended list of references for further reading, this book is an updated, comprehensive and highly informative reading source on Indian poverty. It deliberates upon the various facets of Indian poverty, analyses debates on methods of its measurement and more importantly focuses on the role of agriculture and rural development in poverty alleviation in India. It also covers in detail the gender aspects of Indian poverty and argues that poverty in India is man made phenomenon and country’s social system is responsible for its age-old and continued prevalence. The author closes the book with his search for finding a relation (if any) between happiness and poverty. In the process, he has critically examined the ideas of acknowledged thinkers, both from East and West.

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About the author

Krupakar Wasnik

Krupakar Wasnik (b. 1-7-1959) did his doctoral degree in Agricultural Economics from Mahatma Phule Agricultural University, Rahuri, Maharashtra, graduation and Post graduation from the College of Agriculture, Nagpur under Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Agricultural University, Akola (Maharashtra). He has contributed one book 'Women in Agricultural - Strategy for Socio-economic Empowerment' and this is the second book in the series.

He has a rich field experience in the field of agricultural extension, agricultural development, project management and human resource development.

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Bibliographic information

Title Lost People: An Analysis of Indian Poverty
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2009
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Isha Books
Language: English
isbn 9788182054936
length 245p., 8 Pages of Plates; Colour; Illustrations; 23cm.