Women Headed Households in Agriculture

Report from West Bengal, India

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https://doi.org/10.37773/ees.v5i1.590

Keywords:

Women in farming; Sundarbans; West Bengal; India; Women-Headed Households

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References

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Government of India. 2019. Agricultural Statistics at a Glance 2018. New delhi: Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare, and Directorate of Economics and Statistics. Government of India.

Maity, Kingsuk, Debasis Mazumdar, and Pinaki Das. 2018. “Male Out-Migration and its Impact on Women Empowerment in West Bengal.” Economic Affairs 63 (2): 459–467. 10.30954/0424-2513.2.2018.23

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2022-02-11