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Rice economy and Kerala model of clustering

K. Krishnadas

Rice economy and Kerala model of clustering

by K. Krishnadas

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Published by Serials Publications in New Delhi, India .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rice trade -- India -- Kāladi,
  • Rice -- India -- Kāladi,
  • Industrial clusters -- India -- Kāladi

  • About the Edition

    Study conducted at Kaladi in Ernakulam District of Kerala, India.

    Edition Notes

    StatementK. Krishnadas.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9066.A4-ZI.x3A-ZK (H20)+
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 200 p. :
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23236116M
    ISBN 108183872778
    ISBN 109788183872775
    LC Control Number2009311551

      Of all the rice varieties in Kerala, the Palakkadan Mattan Rice is probably the best known and one of the select rice varieties from the state that has been awarded a GI (Geographical Indication) tag. The Mattan rice thrives in the black cotton soil and humid weather of the Palakkad region.   T V R Shenoy The Kerala model is an abject failure. Kerala and Keralites have been in the news quite frequently in the past Christmas day, I was delighted to .

      "The [rice theory] idea has been out there for a while," he tells The Salt. "This is really the first study that I know of with systematic data supporting it. Other theories mostly stem from very. 2. METHODS. Using data from the United Nations Commodity Trade Statistics Database (), we summed maize exports and imports by weight, in metric tons, on a nation-by-nation basis for the years –These global maize trade data were used to construct a weighted and directed network model, with nodes representing countries and edges (depicted as arrows) representing export/import.

    Page 70 - Kang Chao, Agricultural Production in Communist China (Madison, University of Wisconsin Press. ) p. Wiens. "The Evolution of Policy and Capabilities, ‎5/5(1).   Functional data analysis (FDA) is increasingly being used to better analyze, model and predict time series data. Key aspects of FDA include the choice of smoothing technique, data reduction, adjustment for clustering, functional linear modeling and forecasting methods. A systematic review using 11 electronic databases was conducted to identify FDA application studies published in the peer.


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Smallholder organizational models for improved bargaining power and value-chain. Traditional rice varieties of Kerala appeared to be vanishing as a study has found as many 55 species of paddy seeds extinct in Wayanad district in northern part of the state due to various reasons.

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