OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Customary Rights of Farmers in Neoliberal India: A Legal and Policy Analysis

ISBN : 9780190121006

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¥6,567
著者: 
Sophy K. Joseph
ページ
368 ページ
フォーマット
Hardcover
サイズ
150 x 220 mm
刊行日
2020年08月
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The objective of this work is to understand the evolutionary process of economic and legal policies that brought international regime of private property rights over the common property resources, especially seeds and plant varieties. Unbalanced model of development would increase disparity in income and impact agricultural infrastructure development and environment sustainability. Though materialization of farmers' rights was fulfilled by a compromise arrived at between NGOs and Industry together, there are several grey areas both at the conceptual and the procedural levels that subordinate rights of farmers in reality. This monograph analyzes the impact of legal policy reforms during 'second green revolution' phase on farmers' customary rights and livelihood, particularly in the context of the extension of private property rights to plant varieties and seeds and migration of cultivators to the cities.

目次: 

Contents
List of Tables vii
Foreword ix
Acknowledgements xv
1. Introduction 1
2. Common Concepts 37
3. Political Economy of Agrarian Sector and Status of Farmers post Independence 75
4. Farmers' Rights versus Intellectual Property Rights 123
5. Refl ections on Indian Legislations on Farmers' Rights 164
6. The Way Forward 247
7. Conclusion 271
Bibliography 280
Index 326
About the Author 3

著者について: 

Sophy Joseph is assistant professor at National Law University Delhi.

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