1981-1985 (WP 121 – 212)

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Ashoka Mody
Finance of Modern Economic Growth – The Historical Role of Agricultural Resources, January 1981.wp121

P.G.K. Panikar
Towards Demystifying Kerala’s Fertility Experience, January 1981. wp122

K.N. Raj
Peasants and Potatoes, February 1981.wp123

Sudipto Mundle
Some Speculation on Growth, Disparity and Capital Reorganisation in the Indian Economy, February 1981. wp124

K. Narayanan Nair
Technological Change in Milk Production: A Review of Some Critical Issues with Reference to South Asia, February 1981.wp125.

Rajaram Das Gupta
A Cross-sectional Analysis of Poverty and Under-nutrition in Rural India, May 1981. wp126

Leela Gulati
Women in the Urban Industrial Labour Force in India, May 1981. wp127

K.P. Kannan
Evolution of Unionisation and Changes in Labour Processes under Lower Forms of Capital Production, May 1981.wp128

Sakti Prasad Padhi
Forms of Private Property in Land and Evolution of Tenancy Relations in the Colonial Periods: Some General Considerations, June 1981. wp129

Caste and the Rural Economy: Report of the Field Study in Chingleput District, July 1981. wp130

D. Narayana
The Structure of Labour Process, August 1981. wp131

The Evolution of Social Technology to the Industrial Revolution,August 1981. wp132

Ashoka Mody, Sudipto Mundle, K.N.Raj
Resources Flows from Agriculture and Industrialisation – A Comparative Analysis of Japanese and Indian Experience, September 1981.wp133

K. Narayanan Nair.
An Alternative to the Operation Flood II Strategy, October 1981. wp134
A Co-operative Monetary Action: A Few Suggestions for the Developing Countries, October 1981.wp135

G.N. Rao
Constraints on Agricultural Growth in a Subsistence Economy – A Study of Godavari District 1860-1890, October 1981.wp136

D. Narayana
A Note on Occupational Mobility Caste and Job Reservation, November 1981.wp137

P.G.K. Panikar
Financing Kerala’s Development, December 1981.wp138

Rajaram Das Gupta
Estimation of Nutritional Intakes, December 1981. wp139

P.G.K. Panikar
High Yielding Varieties of Rice: A Study of Selected Areas in Kerala, December 1981. wp140

Mridul Eapen
Trends in Public Sector Savings and Investment, January 1982.wp141

T.M.Thomas Isaac
Class Struggle and Structural Change in Coir Mat and Matting Industry 1950-1980, January 1982. wp142

Leela Gulati
Women and Technological Change – A Cast Study of Three Fishing Villages, June 1982. wp143

Leela Gulati
The Role of Women from Fishing Households: Case Study of a Kerala Fishing Village, June 1982. wp144

I.S. Gulati
IMF Conditionality and Low Income Countries, July 1982. wp145

N. Shanta
Trends in Private Corporate Savings, July 1982. wp146
D.Narayana, K.Narayanan Nair, V.C.V.Ratnam
An Approach to the Study of Irrigation: Case of Kanyakumari District, July 1982.wp147

Ashok Kumar Nag
A Classification Scheme for the Indian Working Population,October 1982. wp148

Amitav Ghosh
The Relations of Envy in an Egyptian Village, October 1982. wp149

Ashoka Mody, I.S.Gulati
International Gold Price Movements 1972-1982, October 1982.wp150

K.N. Raj
The Global Slump and the Goals of the Game, November 1982. wp151

K.N. Raj
Agricultural Growth in China and India: Some Reflections on the Role of Price and Non-price Factors, November 1982. wp152

From Global Financial Hegemony Towards a Decentralised Reserve System, December 1982. wp153.

Leela Gulati
Image and Image Makers: Some Insights from Work with Working Women, January 1983. wp154

Leela Gulati
Fishing Technology and Women, February 1983.wp155

P.R Gopinathan nair, D.Ajith.
Parallel Colleges in Kerala: A Case Study of Their Structure in terms of Enrolment Costs and Employment, , January 1983.wp156

I.S. Gulati
Asymmetric, Old and New in International Finance – International Monetary Reform Efforts and Low Income Countries, January 1983. wp157

Mridul Eapen
Consumption of Man-made Fibres: A Detailed Analysis, January 1983. wp158

Gita Sen
Women’s Work and Women Agricultural Labourers: Study of the Indian Census, February 1983. wp159

Sudipto Mundle
Labour Absorption in Agriculture and the Restricted Market for Manufacturing Industry: An Aspect of the Long Term Consequences of Colonial Policy in Asia, February 1983. wp160

D.Narayana, K.Narayanan Nair
Linking Irrigation with Development: The Kerala Experience, February 1983. wp161

D. Narayana
Minor Irrigation Projects in Kerala: A Case Study, February 1983. wp162

Rajaram Das Gupta
Nutritional Inequality in India, , February 1983. wp163

Ashok Mumar Nag
Indian Bourgeoisie: Contradictions and Conflicts, March 1983. wp164

R.M. Sundrum
Savings, Investment and Economic Growth, March 1983.wp165

Ashoka Mody
Rural Resources Generation and Mobilisation, March 1983. wp166

R.M. Sundrum
Instability of Public Sector Investment, March 1983. wp167

Gita Sen
Women Agricultural Labourers – Regional Variations in Incidence and Employment, April 1983. wp168

Sudipto Mundle
The Effect of Agricultural Production and Prices on the Incidence of Rural Poverty: Tentative Analysis of Inter-State Variations, April 1983. wp169

K.N. Raj
Prices, Subsidies and Access to Food, May 1983. wp170

Ashoka Mody
Policy Process and Their Impact on Industrial and Technological Development: A Case Study of Keltron, June 1983.wp171

Leela Gulati.
Women in the Unorganised Sector with Special Reference to Kerala, August 1983. wp172

Ashok Kumar Nag
Theories of Social Classes, August 1983. wp173

Leela Gulati
Impact of the Development Process on the Indian Family, August 1983.wp174

T.M.Thomas Isaac
The Emergence of Radical Working Class Movement in Alleppey (1922-1938) , September 1983. wp175

Leela Gulati
Impact of the Development Process on the Indian Family, August 1983.wp176

K.N.Nair, P.SIivanandan,V.C.V. Retnam
Education, Employment and Land Holding Patterns in a Tamil Village, October 1983.wp177

Water Control Institutions and Agriculture: A Comparative Perspective,October 1983. wp178

IMF Reform: The Developing World’s Perspective, November 1983. wp179

P.R.Gopinathan Nair
Asian Emigration to the Middle East: Emigration from India, November 1983.wp180

P.R.Gopinathan Nair
Educational Reforms in India. Universalisation of Primary Education in Kerala, November 1983.wp181

I.S.Gulati, Ashoka Mody
Remittances of Indian Migrants to the Middle East: An Assessment with Special Reference to Migrants from Kerala State, November 1983. wp182

On the Validity of NSS Consumption Data, December 1983. wp183

Ashok Rudra
Some Aspects of Economic and Social Transformation in Jalpaiguri and Barddhaman: An Explanatory Study, December 1983. wp184

Raja Ram Das Gupta
Conditions of Cropping Intensity, December 1983.wp185

Gita Sen
Paddy Production, Processing and Women Workers in India -The South Versus the Northeast, December 1983.wp186

Students of the M.PHIL Course 1982-83
An Evaluation Study of Integrated Rural Development Programme in Quilon District, Kerala, January 1984.wp187

Food Consumption and the Size of People: Some Indian Evidence, February 1984.wp188

Sudipto Mundle
The Agrarian Barrier to Industrial Growth, March 1984. wp189

P.K.Michael Tharakan
Socio-economic Factors in Educational Development: The Case of 19th Century Travancore, April 1984.wp190

Tharian George
The Crisis of the South Indian Tea Industry: Legacy of the Control of British Tea Multinationals, April 1984. wp191

Sub-contracting in Indian Manufacturing Industries – Analysis, Evidences and Issues, April 1984.wp192

P.Mohanan Pillai
Changing Dimensions of Technological Dependence in India, May 1984.wp193

P.K.Michael Tharakan
Intra-regional Differences in Agrarian Systems and Internal Migration: A Case Study of the Migration of Farmers from Travancore to Malabar 1930-1950, June 1984. wp194

P.R.Gopinathan Nair, Joseph Thomas
Paradox of the Market for the Educated: A Hypothesis about Unemployment Acting as a Stimulant to Private Demand for Higher Education, June 1984. wp195

Chiranjib Sen.
Inter-regional Variations in Peasant Differentiation: A Comparison of Punjab and Maharashtra in the Early 1970s, July 1984. wp196

Gita Sen, Chiranjib Sen
Women’s Domestic Work and Economic Activity: Results from the National Sample Survey, August 1984. wp197

Some Observations on Economic Growth in India over the period 1952-53 to 1982-83 ,September 1984.wp198

A.Vaidyanathan, Mridul Eapen
Structure of Employment in Indian Industry: Some Findings from Census Data, December 1984. wp199

K.K.George, I.S.Gulati
Centre-State Resource Transfers, 1951-84: An Appraisal, January 1985. wp200

P.K. Michael Tharakan
Indigenous Source Material for Historical Research: An Introduction to the Kollencode Collection of Records, January 1985. wp201.

K.K.George, I.S.Gulari
Central Inroads in State Subjects: An Analysis of ecomomic Services, January 1985. wp202.

Sunil Mani, P.K.Michael Tharakan
Competitiveness in the Indian Tyre Industry 1936-1984, February 1985. wp203

Tharian George, P.K.Michael Tharakan
Development of Plantations in Kerala: A Historical Perspective, March 1985.wp204

John Kurien
Technical Assistance Projects and Socio-economic Change: the Norwegian Intervention in Kerala’s Fisheries Development Experience, May 1985.wp205

K.K. Subrahmanian
Chinese Technology Policy in the 1980s, June 1985.wp206

Chiranjib Sen
Some Questions Concerning Recent Agrarian Reforms in China ,June 1985. wp207

K.N. Raj
An Introductory Overview of Commercialisation of Indian Agriculture, July 1985.wp208.

P.G.K.Panikar, C.R.Soman
Recent Trends in the Health Status of Indian Children – A Reappraisal, July 1985. wp209

K.K.Subrahmanian, P. Mohanan Pillai
Kerala’s Industrial Backwardness: An Exploration of Alternative Hypothesis, August, 1985. wp210.

P.G.K. Panikar
Financing Health Care in the People’s Republic of China: Implication of Some Recent Development, September, 1985. wp211

P.Sivanandan, D.Narayana, K. Narayanan Nair
Land, Hunger and Deforestation: A case Study of the Cardamom Hills in Kerala, September, 1985.wp212

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