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The economy-wide analysis of input subsidies in Indian agriculture reveals that subsidies have outlived their aim and have become unsustainable. In order to release resources for higher investments in the agricultural sector, large- scale price and institutional reforms are needed to relieve the pressure of subsidies on the Exchequer.

Under the circumstances, it makes much. The subsidy syndrome in Indian agriculture. [Ashok Gulati; Sudha Narayanan] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Ashok Gulati; Sudha Narayanan.

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Book: The subsidy syndrome in Indian agriculture pp pp. Abstract: The debate over agricultural subsidies subsidies Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details has been thrust to the forefront of discussions on India india Subject Category: Geographic EntitiesCited by: Corpus ID: The Subsidy Syndrome in Indian Agriculture @inproceedings{GulatiTheSS, title={The Subsidy Syndrome in Indian Agriculture}, author={Ashok Gulati and Sudha Narayanan}, year={} }.

subsidies in Indian agriculture fo r the period –81 to – By –00 input The Subsidy Syndrome in Indian Agriculture. Book. Ashok Gulati (born 11 May ) is an Indian agricultural economist and a former chairman of the Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices (CACP), the advisory body of the Government of India on food supplies and pricing policies.

Gulati was instrumental in the hiking the minimum support price of several food grains. Currently he is Infosys chair professor for Agriculture at Indian Council. Books Advanced Search New Releases & Pre-orders Best Sellers Browse Genres Children's & Young Adult Textbooks Exam Central All Indian Languages The Subsidy Syndrome in Indian Agriculture.

by Ashok Gulati and Sudha Narayanan | 28 January Hardcover. Subsidy syndrome in Indian agriculture. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Google Scholar. Kannan, E. Farm input subsidies in India: Access, efficiency and equity. Paper presented at International Association of Agricultural Economists (IAAE) symposium on “Revisiting Agriculture Policies in the Light of Globalisation Experience: The.

Agricultural credit and subsidies are also considered important supporting factors for agriculture growth. Food grain production covers the dominant part of the cropped area (65%) in Indian agriculture. India is the world's largest producer of millets and second-largest producer of wheat, rice, and pulses.

Raju), SAGE Publications, India () Subsidy Syndrome in Indian Agriculture by Ashok Gulati and Sudha Narayanan, Oxford University Press, India (). Trade Liberalization and Indian Agriculture by Ashok Gulati and Tim Kelley, Oxford University Press ().

A major rationalisation of subsidies can finance development of eastern India as well as reinforcing of defence in the wake of Chinese aggression. Shenggen Fan, Ashok Gulati and Sukhadeo Thorat, ‘Investments, Subsidies and Pro-Poor Growth in Rural India’, Agricultural Econom 4. Ashok Gulati and Sudha Narayanan, Subsidy Syndrome in Indian Agriculture, Oxford University Press, Delhi, [Review of] Gulati, Ashok and S.

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Free shipping for many products. A subsidy is a converse of tax and is an instrument of fiscal policy. In broadest terms, subsidies can be of two type viz. export subsidy and domestic support.

Apart from this, Income from agriculture is tax free in India so that is also a kind of intangible / invisible subsidy. Direct and Indirect Farm subsidies.

Even if merit subsidies are set aside, the remaining subsidies alone amount to % of GDP, comprising % and % of GDP, pertaining to Centre and State subsidies respectively. The average all-India recovery rate for these non-merit goods/services is just %, implying a subsidy.

Government gives different types of subsidies to farmers like, fertilizer, irrigation, equipment, credit subsidy, seed subsidy, export subsidy etc. Current subsidy bill of the government stands at. "The Subsidy Syndrome in Indian Agriculture," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number Full references (including those not matched with items on IDEAS) Citations.

The every year's government of India spends lot of money in various agriculture subsidies for growth of agriculture sector. The total arable & permanent cropland isthousand hectors in.

Punjab Agriculture Secretary Kahan Singh Pannu said that 50% subsidy would be provided to women, scheduled castes and 40% to other farmers. The secretary further said that farmers had been asked to submit their applications to avail the benefit of subsidy on machinery required for paddy and maize cultivation till 10 May.

At the World Trade Organisation's Doha Round inmany developing nations – including Brazil, China and India – opposed agricultural subsidies in .