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Production and Grain Drain in two inland Region of Orissa

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  • Srijit Mishra

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Based on a multi-sited based ethnography conducted during August 95 through February 96 in two inland tribal regions of Orissa the study tries to identify temporal and spatial specifications in terms of the socio-cultural milieu and techno economic feasibilities. This time space analysis also helps in explaining the differences between the two regions with regard to (i) the nitty-gritty of the production process and (ii) the transactions leading to the outflow of paddy from these inland regions. [Working Paper No. 271]

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  • Srijit Mishra, 2010. "Production and Grain Drain in two inland Region of Orissa," Working Papers id:3141, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:3141
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    socio-cultural milieu; techno-economic feasibililics; outflow of paddy; adverse terms of trade;

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