Economy of a Primitive Tribal Village in Manipur

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Overview

  • Author :Komol Singha
  • Year of Publication :2011
  • ISBN: :9788180697456
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: 168
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Scheduled Castes and Schduled Tribes

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About the Book :

This book explores economic structure of a hill village so called the lone Primitive Tribal village in Manipur elaborating the basic concept of village, tribe and tribal, determinants of Primitive Tribe, land ownership system, the role of women in agriculture followed by studies pertaining to health, education, population and consumption pattern with its comparison to village income. It also deals with market and globalisation in village economy formation besides covering some fundamental infrastructures for economic development like Social Capital, Physical Infrastructure and Human Capital.


About Author :

Komol Singha (1972) teaches at the Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore (India). He earned his Master and Ph.D. in Development Economics. Before joining the present position, he was teaching Economics at Don Bosco College, Maram (Manipur) St. Joseph College, Jakhama (Nagaland) and Royal University of Bhutan (Gedu, Bhutan). His areas of interest are- Institutional Economics, Social Capital, Human Capital, Rural Development, and Development Issues of North-East India, etc. So far, Dr. Singha has authored three and edited four books and contributed 45 (forty-five) research papers in different journals of repute and contributed to edited volumes (31 in referred journals and 14 in edited volumes) till 2012. Also, he has completed three major research projects and three more major research projects are at the verge of completion. He has travelled extensively for different academic interactions in India and abroad. Besides, he was the Chief Editor of an interdisciplinary journal Orient Vision published by the National Research Centre, Manipur.