Income Dynamics in Odisha: Evidence from micro level study
AbstractMicro level evidences suggest that per capita income of interior villages of Balangir is slightly better that Dhenkanal district. The variation in the income observed due to diversification in agriculture lead by vegetable production as second crop. The labour class recorded high per capita income in Bilaikani village. Salaried class income was relatively higher in dhenkanal villages over Balangir. Watershed development and irrigation management during rabi season crop holds the key for income diversification in the study area.
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Date of creation: Jul 2011
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income analysis; small holder; Odissa;
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