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Title: Asset ownership and terms of tenancy contracts: Caste and class in a village in western UP
Authors: Saha, Partha
Keywords: Land Access
Land Reforms
Tenancy Contracts
Harevli
Issue Date: 2-Jun-2014
Publisher: SAGE India
Citation: Saha, P. (2014). Asset ownership and terms of tenancy contracts: Caste and class in a village in western UP. In A. K. Singh & M. Santosh (Eds.), Land policies for equity and growth (pp. 124–154). SAGE .
Abstract: Economic well-being of a household in an agrarian economy is crucially linked to ownership of assets. Assets can not only be deployed in household enterprises, they can be used as collateral, sold in the markets and can be rented out. In an agrarian economy , for example it is common to find rental markets for land and machinery..
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/3022
ISBN: 9788132113607
Appears in Collections:JGU Research Publications

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