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Introduction

  • Nilabja Ghosh
Chapter
Part of the India Studies in Business and Economics book series (ISBE)

Abstract

The decision to reform agricultural markets is a challenge for any policy maker given the profound efficiency and welfare impacts it is likely to have on people.

Keywords

Foreign Direct Investment Vertical Integration Retail Outlet Agricultural Market Marketing Channel 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Nilabja Ghosh
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  1. 1.Agricultural Economics Research UnitInstitute of Economic GrowthNew DelhiIndia

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