An analysis into the problems faced by the farmers in rural Maharashtra
Presented by Udit Hinduja
Indian farmers have come under the spotlight in recent years due to increased suicide rates and dissatisfaction among the farming community with the present economic situation. This Institute for Social Change webinar provides an analysis into the problems faced by the farmers in India and provides potential solutions to these problems, while at the same time explaining the political structure in the villages in which these farmers work and reside.
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The accompanying slides are available here.
About the Presenter
Udit Hinduja is a SISGI Group Spring 2011 Program and Research Intern and a student at New York University double majoring in Economics and Political Science. His focus areas for his research at the SISGI Group have centered on education, poverty and economic development in Asia and South America.
To read additional content written by Udit read his contributions to the NotEnoughGood.Com blog.