Peasants and Formal Credit in Thiruvithamcore: The State Institutions and Social Structure 1914-1940
AbstractConsiderations of credit mechanism as a suitable mode of appropriation of surplus, compared to rent, explains to a great extent the motivation, behind state intervention in the money market in peasant society. [Working Paper No. 264]
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mechanism; credit; appropriation; surplus; motivation; motivation; motivation;
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