Book>> Markets and Indigenous people in Asia: Lessons from Development Projects, edited by Dev Nathan, Govind Kelkar, Ganesh Thapa and Antonella Cordone, OUP, Rs 645
This book suggests that the benefits of increased connectivity and market-facilitating interventions correspond to an increase in production and improvement in the well being of these peoples.
The study is based on intensive, multi-sited fieldwork in six Asian developing countries—India, China, the Philippines, Indonesia, Laos and Vietnam—and data collected from International Fund for Agricultural Development projects on indigenous peoples.
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