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Analytical Review of Selected CMA Studies in Dry Regions: 1973-1983

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  • Gupta Ramesh

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Research to pursue answers to the problems of poor in dry regions, tribal backward scarcity prone areas and drought prone districts has been pursued at CMA for over a decade. Effort has been made in this note to review some of the select studies. The reviewers biases have been made explicit whenever it became necessary. The action-research based enquiries widened the very boundary of management discipline in the country. It is hoped that declining interest in this area will be arrested and renewed efforts would be made to address ourselves to the problems that unfortunately did not offer either hospitable environs or many career rewards to the scientists.

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  • Gupta Ramesh, 1984. "Analytical Review of Selected CMA Studies in Dry Regions: 1973-1983," IIMA Working Papers WP1984-11-01_00612, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Research and Publication Department.
  • Handle: RePEc:iim:iimawp:wp00612
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