Managing India's food economy : problems and alternatives
Food policies to date in India have seen an marked increase in production. However, equity in distribution and cost checks have had less success. Managing India's Food Economy examines the acheivements and failures of the present system. Tyagi proposes alternatives that would substantially reduce government intervention and associated subsidy burden without adversely affecting acheivement of the major goals of the food policy. An incisive analysis of current policy coupled with viable strategies for change, Managing India's Food Economy is sure to interest scholars, students, professionals, and policymakers in public administration, economics, and policy studies.
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