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Agricultural marketing reforms in Maharashtra a study of the vegetable supply chain in Pune district

Chavan Nirmala Atul

Titre : Agricultural marketing reforms in Maharashtra a study of the vegetable supply chain in Pune district

Auteur : Chavan Nirmala Atul

Université de soutenance : SNDT Womens University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Economics 2018

Decript-if
The study takes into consideration the impact of agricultural marketing reforms on stakeholders in the agricultural marketing sector of the economy. These stakeholders are : farmers, commission agents, traders/ wholesalers, organised retailers and local retailers. Broad objective of the study was to highlight the limitations of existing marketing systems and understand impact of liberalization on agricultural marketing sector and its stakeholders. The dissertation for the thesis will consist of seven chapters Chapter 1 : Introduction to the Study ; Chapter 2 : Review of Literature ; Chapter 3 : Agricultural Marketing Reforms in India ; Chapter 4 : Agricultural Marketing in State of Maharashtra ; Chapter 5 : Stakeholders’ perspectives on Changes in the Agricultural Supply Chain ; Chapter 6 : Analysis of the impact of Agricultural marketing reforms- Farmers’ perspective ; Chapter 7 : Findings, Discussions, Suggestions and Conclusion

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