Agrarian Distress and Rural Livelihoods A Study in Upputhara Panchayat Idukki District, Kerala
This study examines the impact of agrarian distress on the different socio-economic groups, the strategies of livelihood adopted by households and the local institution in shaping these strategies. The study is based on the data collected from in-depth socio-economic enquiries conducted in Upputhara Panchayat in Idukki District. [WP No. 392].
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