Social Protection Programmes in India: Impact on Rural Poverty and Deprivation

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  • Author :Pinaki Das
  • Year of Publication :2020
  • ISBN: :9789388937665
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: XXXII, 328
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Social Work, Sociology

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About the Book :

The present monograph is an exclusive study of social protection programmes that form the social protection floor in rural India. The background, objectives, targeted group(s), provision of benefits, fund allocation, coverage, and impact of twenty five important social protection programmes were analysed across states of India with special reference to the less development region of West Bengal which was adversely affected by extreme Maoist movement.
Based on the original research and extensive data the present monograph would also make a humble attempt aimed at collecting basic information of households on different aspects of social protection schemes and poverty situation to analyse the entitlements of the households relating to social protection benefits and to examine the impact of social protection benefits on food insecurity, monetary poverty, multidimensional poverty and deprivations of the households in the less developed region.


About Author :

Pinaki Das is an Associate Professor of Economics and Head of the Department of Economcis, Vidyasagar University, West Bengal. He got his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Economics from Vidyasagar University. He awarded the Gold Medal and Research Fellowship. His book entitled "Rural Non-Farm Employment in India: Pattern of Growth and Determinants" is higly acknoledged in the reserch and academic community. He published more than 50 articles in national and international peer-reviewed Journals and edited books. His published articles include: Food Security in Relation to Entitlement of the Poor: Evidence from India; Impact of Social Protection on Multidimensional Poverty of the Rural Poor; Entitlement Failure and Food Insecurity; Growth Trajectory and its Implications for Employment in India; Productivity Nexus between Growth and Employment: Indian Experience during Pre and Post Economic Crisis; and Trends of Rural Employment in India: Reflections from Recent NSS Data. He also conducted Major Research Projects funded by ICSSR and UGC and guided eight Ph. D. Research Scholars. His research interest includes rural non-farm employment, informal sector and social protection, food security, multidimensional poverty.