Natural Resources Management and Agrarian Development

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Overview

  • Author :Reji D. Nair
  • Year of Publication :2011
  • ISBN: :9788180697128
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: 344
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Agriculture, Economics, Environmental Science


About the Book :

The world has entered the New Millennium with its three quarter population living in the rural areas depending upon agriculture and allied activities. Developing as well as western countries emphasise the significance of rural and agricultural development to end hunger and poverty. This challenge can be ensured and attained with more resources. This book is an account of the interrelated areas of environmental agriculture and rural development divided into three parts such as Natural Resources and Environmental Economics, Agricultural Economics and Rural Development. Each part has seven chapters to elaborate further on subject. This book would be of immense help to both graduate and post-graduate students of above courses. It would also benefit the practitioners of Agrarian Development.


About Author :

Reji D. Nair is Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics, Arba Minch University, Ethiopia. He was officer in the Kerala State Planning Board, India. Dr. Nair has published many books including Africa in the New Millennium: Challenges and Interventions, Land Economics : Issues in Land Use, Natural Resources Management and Agrarian Development and Environment Conservation in the Twenty First Century (Malayalam). He is a recipient of the Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Fellowship Award (2006) of the Bharatiya Dalit Sahitya Academy. He is a notable writer in Malayalam and has published many literary works including childrens literature, science fiction and short stories. Dr. Reji has shown his calibre in the fields of teaching, research, planning and social activities. His other major publications include Emerging Africa: Potential and Challenges and Farm Management : Theory and Practice.