Institutional Reforms in Indian Irrigation

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SAGE, 2005 - 322 من الصفحات
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`Institutional Reforms in India Irrigation brings together perspectives from three scholars with research interests ranging from agricultural economics to participatory watershed management and collective action. Overall the book provides a useful overview of irrigation management in India and authoritavely reviews options for cost-recovery under irrigation management transfer programs' - Development and Change

Examining the nature and scope of large-scale surface irrigation in India, this book identifies the factors leading to poor performance from a political economy perspective and suggests viable options for institutional reforms.

Using empirical data on irrigation financing and farmer participation, the authors go beyond merely making policy recommendations. They make detailed calculations of the costs of irrigation development, including both capital expenditure and recurring costs. They also examine the performance of reform measures that are already in operation in Karnataka and Rajasthan, as well as evaluating the effectiveness of participatory irrigation management reforms.

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India Rajasthan and Karnataka
29
Indian Surface Irrigation
61
9a Direct receipts for canal irrigation Rajasthan
86
Financing Issues and Institutional Reforms
106
Pointer towards
138
March 1998
151
Policy Trends in Participatory Irrigation Management
171
Potential and Constraints of Farmer Participation
211
Findings
231
Conclusions and Policy Recommendations
279
References
294
Index
310
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