Models of Development: A Case Study of India's Agricultural Sector with Specific Reference to Pesticides
Van de Riet, Cynthia J.
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In order to provide a thorough understanding of agricultural development in India, I start in section II with an historical approach towards Indian agricultural development. Section III continues the analysis of Indian agricultural development but focuses on the simultaneous underdevelopment caused by the overuse and misuse of modern inputs, i.e. pesticides. Primarily, this section reveals the shortcomings of a limited outlook of development characterized by the situation in Indian agriculture. The fourth section attempts to provide a study which analyzes the possible success of a holistic development theory.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.Preface -- Introduction -- Visible Agricultural Development -- Simultaneous Under-development in India's Agricultural Sector -- A Holistic Model of Development -- Conclusion -- Bibliography