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Indian DevelopmentSelected Regional Perspectives$

Jean Drèze and Amartya Sen

Print publication date: 1997

Print ISBN-13: 9780198292043

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198292043.001.0001

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(p.415) Subject Index

(p.415) Subject Index

Source:
Indian Development
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
accountability 52–9, 82–9
Africa 18–19
agrarian relations
in Kerala 280–94
in Uttar Pradesh 37–8, 91–2, 102–6
Andhra Pradesh 31, 35, 183, 191, 238–42, 360, 378, 392
anthropometric indicators 34, 41, 238
Assam 183, 260, 360, 375, 378
Bahrain 45
Bahujan Samaj Party 106
Banda 64
Bangla Congress 131
Bangladesh 167, 168
Bihar 42, 44, 173, 183, 187, 191, 360, 376, 378
Botswana 18
Brahmins
in Kerala 274–80
in Uttar Pradesh 64, 96, 104–6, 107
Brazil 23
Buddhism 14–15
Calcutta 131
capabilities 5–7
Chamars 84–5, 87
child labour 80–2
child mortality 39–41, 50, 61–2, 357–97
class 87–91
and political mobilization 130–3, 148, 161–2, 196–9
Cochin 16, 209, 252, 273, 286–7. 300–3, 319, 321
Communist Party of India 134
Communist Party of India (Marxist)
in Kerala 17, 211–12, 313–17
in West Bengal 131–4, 138–43, 150–6, 196–200
compulsory education 267–70
Congress Party 17, 246
couple protection rate 227–8
criminalization of politics 108
Cuba 14
decentralization 81, 98–102
democracy 5, 96–100, 155–63
demographic indicators 13, 357–97
in Kerala 3, 7, 13, 224–33
in South India 38–41
in Uttar Pradesh 11, 13, 38–41
in West Bengal 184–91
regional contrasts 38–41
demographic transition 359–60
East Asia 19–23
East India Company 209
economic growth 4–7, 19–23, 102–9
and demographic change 359–60
in Kerala 4, 212–24
(p.416) economic indicators 38, 47–51, 171–83, 212–24
economic inequality 108–9
economic reform 1–28
education 5–7, 10–23, 25–7, 42–4
economic returns to 86–7
government policy on 20–1, 25–8
secondary and higher 63–76
and economic performance 19–23
and human capital 5–7, 19
and inequality 14–15, 84–8
and political action 15–16, 89–91
and social change 22
in China 10–13, 23–25
employment and unemployment 37, 218–20
Ethiopia 34
factionalism 97–102
family planning
and health services 52–5
in Uttar Pradesh 55–7
female education
economic returns of 86–7
and fertility 42–4, 361–3, 382–4, 389, 391, 393–7
and child mortality 361–3, 382–4, 389, 391, 393–7
and gender bias in child survival 43–7, 371, 382–4, 389, 393–7
and gender relations 44–7
and private schooling 73
female labour-force participation
and child mortality 363–5, 382–5
and gender inequality 57–9, 366–71, 381–5, 387–90, 393–7
female–male ratio
decline over time 46–7, 107–8
regional patterns 44–7, 50
and sex-selective abortion 373–4
in Kerala 13, 250–4
in Uttar Pradesh 35–8, 44–6, 50, 58–9, 107–8
fertility
and child mortality 39–41
and desired family size 361–2
and education 22, 361–3
and female employment 363–5, 387, 390
and gender bias 44–7
and poverty 365–6, 387–90
and women's agency 393–4
in Kerala 226–33
in South India 30–41
in Uttar Pradesh 33–4, 39–41, 49–52
gender inequality
in child survival 44–7, 367, 357–97
and caste 274–80
and economic development 46–7, 393–7
and education 57–9
and female labour-force participation 57–9, 366–71, 381–5, 387–90, 393–7
and poverty 371–2
Ghana 18
government
expenditure 26, 52–7, 89–91
and the market mechanism 1–3, 8–10. 25–8
Gujarat 44, 58, 93, 183, 187, 191, 238–42, 260, 360, 376, 378
Gujjars 108
Haryana 57–8, 93, 183, 187, 360, 376, 378
(p.417) health and health care
displaced by family planning 54–7
gender aspects 391–3
government expenditure on 52–7, 61–2, 94–6
neglected in public policy 21, 52–7 see also mortality, nutrition
Himachal Pradesh 94
Hinduism 14–15, 289
Hong Kong 9, 10, 20–1
human capital 5–7, 19
hunger and undernourishment,
immunization 61–2
Indonesia 14
inequality
and political participation 101–8
indices 140, 214–15
in education 14–15, 84–8
in Uttar Pradesh 101–8
infant mortality 39–41, 50, 61–2, 186–8, 229
Integrated Child Development Scheme 93
Integrated Rural Development Programme 93
international trade 9–10, 21–2
Islam 14–15
jajmani 96, 99
Jammu and Kashmir 360
Jats 105, 106
Jatabs 84–5, 87
Jawahar Rojgar Yojana 92
jotdars 139
Kabir 14
Kayasth 85
Karnataka 35, 93, 96, 101, 181, 186, 216, 238–42, 360, 376, 378
Kenya 18
Kerala 8, 16–18, 35, 52, 101, 191, 205–330, 360, 378, 392
agrarian relations 280–94
caste relations 274–80
communism 313–17
development indicators 212–24
demographic indicators 3, 7, 13, 224–33
economic growth 4, 212–24
education and literacy 7, 10–11, 14–19, 255–74
female education 7, 10–11, 256–9
female–male ratio 13, 250–3
gender relations 13, 274–80
government expenditure 318–24
health services 318–20
land tenure systems 280–8
land reforms 294–303
migration 219–21
missionary influence 265–70, 303–4
morbidity 234–7
nutrition 237–44
poverty indicators 214–15
public distribution system 244–50
rural—urban continuum in 210–11
social movements 305–13
unemployment 218–20
Kerala Shastra Sahitya Parishad (KSSP) 273
kinship systems 369–70
Kshatriya 105, 106
Kuwait 45
(p.418) land reform 21, 23–4, 37–8, 103–4, 294–303
liberalization, see economic reform
life expectancy 9–10, 39–41, 44–7, 225
literacy rates 7, 10–12, 17–19, 21–3
among disadvantaged groups 192–3, 264
in India and China 7, 10–12
in India and east Asia 21–3
in India and sub–Saharan Africa 3, 19
in different Indian states 7, 10–12, 17–19, 191 see also education
local governance 155–63
Madhya Pradesh 34–5, 42, 44, 183, 191, 392
madrasas 270
Maharashtra 93, 100, 101, 191, 238–242, 360, 376, 378
Malabar 210, 252, 273, 281–5, 316, 324
markets
migration 219–21
Mizoram 16
Moplah outrages 289–91
morbidity 234–7
mortality
of children 39–41, 50, 61–2, 357–97
Myanmar 15
Nayars 274–80
Nigeria 80
nutrition
and anthropometric indicators 238
in Kerala 237–44
in Uttar Pradesh 39–41
in West Bengal 189–91
Operation Barga 149–55
Operation Blackboard 66
Orissa 173, 183, 360, 376, 378
Pakistan 45
Palanpur 64, 84, 87, 88
Panchayati Raj Institutions 81, 89, 92, 97–8, 155–63
participation 102–9, 157–9
participatory growth 102–9
poverty 47–52, 59–61
levels and trends 47–52, 184, 214–15
and child survival 61–2, 385–7
and public policy 92–4
and school attendance 81–4
Pratapgarh 64
public action 27–8
public distribution system 244–50
public services 74–6
Punjab 57, 187, 191, 360, 392
Qatar 45
Rae Bareli 64
(p.419) Raiasthan 34–5, 42, 44, 183, 360, 378, 392
Rajput 105–6
religious elitism 14–15
ryots 137–8
sambandham 277–80
Santiniketan 135
scheduled castes 42, 64, 65, 84–8, 104–6, 108–9
scheduled tribes 64, 365, 382–3, 385–7
school attendance
lowness of 17–18, 42–4, 70–2
and dropping out 70–2
schools 26, 65–6, 72–81
sex-selective abortion 373–4
Singapore 9, 10, 20–1
social policy
South India 38, 40, 45, 50, 52–4, 59
South Korea 3, 7, 9, 19–20, 24
Soviet Union 14
Sri Lanka 15, 19
Syrian Christians 267
Taiwan 10
Tamil Nadu 35, 93–4, 101–183, 187, 191, 216, 218, 238–42, 360, 376, 378, 392
teachers 26
absenteeism of 67–9, 70–2
female 69–70
per pupil 75, 89–90
Tebhaga movement 149–55
Thailand 9, 15, 20–1
Thakur 62–3, 97–8, 103
Tibet 11
Total Literacy Campaign 90
Travancore (Thiruvithamkoor) 16, 209, 252, 285–6, 300–3, 305–11, 319, 321, 326
unemployment, see employment
United Arab Emirates 45
Uttar Pradesh 8 n, 17–18, 33–111, 360, 378
agrarian relations 37–8, 91–2, 102–6
caste relations 62, 84–8, 97–100, 103–7
development indicators 37–58
demographic indicators 11, 13, 38–41
education and literacy 10–12, 17–19, 41–4, 84
female education 17–19, 82–7
female labour-force participation 56–8, 106–7
female–male ratio 40, 44–7, 50, 57–9, 106–7
gender relations 44–7, 56–8
government expenditure 51–6, 88–90
health services 51–6, 93–4
land tenure systems 37–8, 91, 94–6, 102–4
land reforms 37–8, 102–4
nutrition 41, 55
political mobilization 101–8
poverty indicators 38, 47–51
public distribution system 52–7
public inertia 90–108
public policy and government intervention 51–6
schools and schooling 62–83
social inequality 84–7
(p.420) Vietnam 14
West Bengal 8 n, 16 n, 24 n, 129–99, 260, 360, 378
agricultural production 164–70, 175–83
agrarian relations 137–56, 196–200
bargadars in 138–55
development indicators 171–83
demographic indicators 184–90
education and literacy 190–5
female education 190–5
gender relations 179–80
health services 183–90
land tenure systems 137–56
land reforms 142–56
left front government 131–4, 137, 144–70, 186, 191–9
nutrition 188–90
political mobilization 131–4, 156–64, 195–9
poverty indicators 134–7, 171–5, 181, 185, 188
public policy and government intervention 156–64, 183–7, 196–200
social movements 131–4, 138–43, 150–6, 196–200
WIDER villages 135, 146–9, 151, 152, 189, 190, 196
women's agency 57–9, 317–18, 393–4
Zimbabwe 18 (p.421) (p.422) (p.423) (p.424)