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From Trickle Down to Leapfrog. How to Go Beyond the Green Revolution?

Abstract : The diversification of rural and agricultural production could bring some hope to the Indian countryside, but only the most integrated social groups and areas will benefit from it, making the others wait for an elusive trickle down. Perhaps a more fruitful process could be the growth of organic farming and the payment by the government for the ecosystem services that farmers do produce - often without being aware of it. Through a historic leapfrogging this could perhaps bring to the fore the disadvantaged areas and groups.
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Frédéric Landy. From Trickle Down to Leapfrog. How to Go Beyond the Green Revolution?. Economic and political weekly, Economic & Political Weekly, 2013, 48 (24), pp.42--49. ⟨hal-01640613⟩

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