2 edition of theory of interlinked rural transactions found in the catalog.
theory of interlinked rural transactions
Pradeep K. Mitra
|Statement||by Pradeep K. Mitra.|
|Series||Discussion paper / Development Research Department -- no.33|
|Contributions||World Bank. Development Research Department.|
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Meza, ). Supermarkets offer a new breed of interlinked transactions, not linked to a particular crop. Also, there seems to be more rivalry among supermarket chains than among single-crop buyers, while the year-long demand of supermarkets for multiple products allows producers greater opportunities for diversification. Rural nursing: developing the theory base. Long KA, Weinert C. Many health care needs of rural dwellers cannot be adequately met through the use of existing nursing models alone but require unique approaches emphasizing the special needs of this population. The development of an integrated theory base for rural nursing is by:
Financing for Agriculture: ow to boost opportunities in developing countries 4 Value-Chain Finance Finance for agricultural value chains can be more indirect and is developed within the interlinked relations between suppliers, buyers, producers and banks. The focus of financing is on the business. Transactional theory, as it applies to literary criticism and the teaching of literature, suggests a "reciprocal, mutually defining relationship" (Rosenblatt, ) between the reader and the literary text. Rosenblatt argues that the term "interaction" conjures a picture of separate objects encountering one another but remaining essentially Cited by: 1.
North-Holland Publishing Company A THEORY OF INTERLINKED RURAL TRANSACTIONS Pradeep K. MITRA* Development Research Department, The World Bank, Washington, DCUSA Received Decemberrevised version received February This paper argues that a landlord/owner-cultivator who is unable to monitor a tent/laborer's effort input will Cited by: A theory of interlinked rural transactions (English) Abstract This paper argues that the interlinking of labor, output, and credit contracts often observed in rural economies can be regarded as an attempt to improve allocative efficiency in the face of moral by: The analysis shows that public policy designed to alleviate rural poverty must recognize the delicate relationships between technological considerations (prohibitive monitoring costs) and modes of transaction (interlinked contracts) that arise in Cited by: Studies the economics behind the agrarian institutional arrangement of interlinked transactions.
First, a model of credit‐labour interlinkage in which a landlord‐employer provides a loan to a peasant in the slack season as part of a contract that entails the latter working for him at a discount in the peak season is presented.
Mitra, Pradeep K., "A theory of interlinked rural transactions," Journal of Public Economics, Elsevier, vol. 20(2), pages: RePEc:eee. Over the last couple of decades, the theoretical literature on rural development has sometimes emphasized the role of interlinked, often personalized, transactions between economic agents in providing a key element of the underlying institutional framework.
Abstract Interlinked contracts have been examined almost exclusively in the context of the rural sphere.
This article describes the nature of exchange regimes between two sets of primary collectors of recyclable waste, that is, waste pickers and itinerant buyers, and their dealers, in the city of Delhi. Far from the casualised labour transaction commonly described Cited by: Shareable Link.
Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn by: 9. In this book, the authors theorize about the rationale and consequences of some economic institutions and contractual arrangements that are particularly predominant in poor agrarian economies.
The models illustrate how some of the tools of advanced economic theory can be fruitfully used in understanding the aspects of age‐old agrarian institutions (like sharecropping. Part I The Rural Nursing Theory Base 1. Rural Nursing: Developing the Theory Base 1 Kathleen Ann Long and Clarann Weinert 2.
Updating the Rural Nursing Theory Base 15 Helen J. Lee and Meg K. McDonagh 3. Exploring Rural Nursing Theory Across Borders 35 Charlene A. Winters, Elizabeth H. Thomlinson, Chad O’Lynn, Helen J. Lee, Meg K. McDonagh,Author: Charlene A.
Winters, Lori Hendrickx, Heidi A. Mennenga, Laurie J. Johansen. Consequently, no single " theory of rural development " providing a framework to analyse all phenomena exists (Ward and Hite, ). One of the first authors to attempt to explain the disparity between urban centres and rural areas was von Thünen ().
Rural development continues to be a high priority in both developed and developing countries. Inadequate living standards in rural areas can threaten a nation’s food supply. Rural residents are often the caretakers of a nation’s natural resources and lack of development can lead to the destruction of those by: 5.
Read the full-text online edition of The Economic Theory of Agrarian Institutions (). Part III Credit and Interlinked Transactions 7: A Note on Interlinked Rural Economic Arrangements Informal rural credit markets and interlinked transactions in the district of late Ottoman Haifa, – Article (PDF Available) in Financial History Review 21(1).
Marxists viewed interlinked transactions as a method of surplus extraction of the tenant at the hands of the landlord [Bhaduri (,); Bharadwaj (, ); Pearce (); Prasad (, )].
It is in the interest of the landlord to extract maximum surplus from his tenants and keep them in perpetual indebtedness. The structures of the agricultural credit market in India and the implications of interlinked agrarian markets are explored in this volume.
The author discusses the nature and extent of different types of interlinked credit transactions among the various sections of borrowers.
He has also co-edited three books, namely, Co-operative Management of Natural Resources (SAGE, ), Natural Resource Economics: Theory and Application in India (), and Designing and Managing Rural Development Organizations (). Professor Singh is a life member of numerous professional bodies, Cited by: Rural Banks.
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a Theory of Rural Development» argue that the rural poor should. Book Reviews — Revue des Livres S3 unite and struggle to liberate themselves from the oppression of the rural rich. Such confidence may stimulate efforts to put an end to oppression, but if unjustified, it may engender policies and projects Missing: rural transactions.
A survey was conducted on Canton of China land owners transferring farmland property rights and migrating from rural area to urban. The research objective was to determine how the farmland property rights transfer impacted rural labor migration behavior.
Theoretical models proved that transfer of farmland would drive rural labor migration. Empirical results showed Author: Danzhu Lai, Heyuan Huang, Zhipeng Du, Yiming He. The knowledge of rural sociology is very important in agricultural extension for the following reasons: The basic purpose of agricultural extension is changing the behaviour of farmers as desired.
Therefore, knowledge and understanding of rural people (farmers) is Size: KB.Unit 4 - Theoretical Framework of Rural Urban Linkage 1. Central Place Theory. The concept of Central Place Theory (CPT) is the basis for understanding growth of urban centers and their relations with hinterlands.
This theory is concerned with the discovery of order in spacing population clusters and settlement in g: rural transactions. This paper is an attempt to provide an explanation for the socioeconomic foundation which underlies China’s economic miracle. As suggested by the theory of interlinked contract, the transition from a planning economy to a market economy is a multifaceted process.
In terms of market dynamics interlinking markets replace specialized markets, while in terms of governance dynamics, interlinked.