Interlinked Credit Transaction and Crop Production Efficiency in Rajasthan
An interlinked credit transaction is one in which two parties trade in at least two markets on the condition that the terms of all such trades are jointly determined. Interlinkage of rural credit markets increases the exploitative power of the stronger sections. The regression coefficients of proportion of area under High Yielding Varieties (HYVs) indicate that the productivity response to adoption of HYVs was more in developed region than in less developed region. This implies that bringing more area under HYVs would lead to greater productivity in the interlinked household farms as compared to that of non-interlinked households. The objective of the study is to analyze crop production efficiency in interlinked and non-interlinked credit transactions.
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Volume (Year): VI (2009)
Issue (Month): 3-4 (July-October)
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