Growth and distributive justice in the Indian agricultural strategies since 1951

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Growth and distributive justice in the Indian agricultural strategies since 1951. / Hatti, Neelambar; Sano, Hans-Otto.

In: Economy & History, Vol. 18, No. 2, 1975.

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T1 - Growth and distributive justice in the Indian agricultural strategies since 1951

AU - Hatti, Neelambar

AU - Sano, Hans-Otto

PY - 1975

Y1 - 1975

N2 - The purpose of the following essay is to give a broad outline of the Indian agricultural development and to relate this to two norms of development: growth and distributive justice. Distributive justice is in this context not to be understood as a question of absolute economic equality but should be understood in a broader sense, namely, a relatively egalitarian distribution of incomes and production.

AB - The purpose of the following essay is to give a broad outline of the Indian agricultural development and to relate this to two norms of development: growth and distributive justice. Distributive justice is in this context not to be understood as a question of absolute economic equality but should be understood in a broader sense, namely, a relatively egalitarian distribution of incomes and production.

KW - Agriculture

KW - Strategies

KW - Distributive Justice

KW - India

U2 - 10.1080/00708852.1975.10418923

DO - 10.1080/00708852.1975.10418923

M3 - Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift

VL - 18

JO - Economy & History

T2 - Economy & History

JF - Economy & History

SN - 0070-8852

IS - 2

ER -