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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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Indian Development
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  1. Chapter 1

    1. Table 1 Adult Literacy Rates, 1991 11

    2. Table 2 Life and Death, 1991 13

    3. Table 3 Literacy and Schooling: India (1987–88) 17

    4. Table 4 Adult Literacy Rates, 1990: Developing Countries 18

    5. Table 5 Adult Literacy Rates, 1960–90 21

    6. Table 6 Growth Rates of Expenditure and Teaching Inputs in Elementary Schools (percentage per year) 26

  2. Chapter 2

    1. Table 1 India, Uttar Pradesh and South India: Selected Indicators 38

    2. Table 2 Demographic and Health Indicators 41

    3. Table 3 Uttar Pradesh: Educational Achievements and Participation 43

    4. (p.xvii) Table 4 Female Disadvantage 45

    5. Table 5 Uttar Pradesh: Regional Contrasts 50

    6. Table 6 Selected Indicators Relating to Public Services 52

    7. Table 7 Percentage of Villages with Selected Public Amenities, 1992–3 54

    8. Table 8 Gender-Related Indicators for UP Regions, 1981 59

    9. Table 9 Literacy and School Attendance in Palanpur, 1993 84

  3. Chapter 3

    1. Table 1 Income and Poverty in WIDER Villages 135

    2. Table 2 Implementation of Land Ceiling Laws in West Bengal 144

    3. Table 3 Land Redistribution in WIDER Survey Villages 146

    4. Table 4 Land Tenancy and Registration of Leases in WIDER Survey Villages 151

    5. Table 5 Distribution of Rural Per-capita Household Expenditure in West Bengal, Bihar and Orissa 173

    6. Table 6 Daily Wage Rates for Male Agricultural Labourers (Kgs of Rice) 174

    7. Table 7 Wages and Employment of Agricultural Labourers by Village and Gender 178

    8. Table 8 Landless Households: Income from Wage Labour and Assigned Land 180

    9. Table 9 Percentage of Children Undernourished, by Level of Undernourishment (Children Aged 5 or Below) 189

    10. Table 10 Index of Child Undernutrition by Caste and Gender 190

    11. Table 11 Literacy Rates in Major Indian States, by Rank 191

    12. Table 12 Literacy Rates (Percentage of Population Aged 7 and Above, Literate) by Gender and Caste 192

    13. (p.xviii) Table 13 Literacy Rates (Percentage of Population Literate) by Caste and Age Cohort 193

  4. Chapter 4

    1. Table 1 Compound Annual Rates of Growth of Per-capita Net Domestic Product in Kerala and India, 1970–1 to 1991–2 214

    2. Table 2 Proportion of Persons Below the Poverty Line (Minhas, Jain, and Tendulkar Estimates), Kerala and India 215

    3. Table 3 Sen Index, Kerala and India 216

    4. Table 4 Total Productive Capital Per-capita at Constant (1970–1) Prices in the Factory Sector: Kerala, Neighbouring States, and India 216

    5. Table 5 Gross Output Per-capita at Constant (1970–1) Prices in the Factory Sector: Kerala, Neighbouring States, and India 217

    6. Table 6 Per-capita Annual Consumption Expenditure at Constant (1970–1) Prices, Adjusted for Inter-state Price Variations 221

    7. Table 7 Expectation of Life at Birth, Kerala and India 225

    8. Table 8 Birth Rates, Kerala and India 226

    9. Table 9 Death Rates, Kerala and India 229

    10. Table 10 Infant Mortality Rates, Kerala and India 229

    11. Table 11 Quantity of Monthly Consumption Per Person, Selected Food Items, Kerala and India, 1987–8 237

    12. Table 12 Average Consumption of Selected Food Items, Kerala and Combined Data for Seven States, 1975–9 and 1988–90 238

    13. Table 13 Households for which Protein and Energy Consumption were Adequate as a Proportion of all Surveyed Households: Kerala and Combined Data for Seven States, 1975–9 and 1988–90 239

    14. (p.xix) Table 14 Average Daily Consumption of Nutrients per Consumption Unit: Kerala and Combined Data for Seven States, 1975–9 and 1988–90 240

    15. Table 15 Distribution of Children aged One Year to Five Years by Nutritional Grades: Kerala and Combined Data for Seven States, 1975–9 and 1988–90 241

    16. Table 16 Prevalence of Signs of Nutritional Deficiency in Pre-school Children: Kerala and Combined Data for Seven States, 1975–9 and 1988–90 242

    17. Table 17 Classification of Ration Shops by Year of Establishment: Kerala State, 1987 247

    18. Table 18 Share of Purchases from the Public Distribution System, by Household Monthly Per-capita Consumption Expenditure Category, Selected Commodities: Kerala and India, 1986–7 249

    19. Table 19 Females Per Thousand Males: Kerala and Constituent Regions, 1820–1991 251

    20. Table 20 Proportion of Literate Persons in the Population: Kerala and India, 1961–91 256

    21. Table 21 Literate Persons as a Proportion of the Population: Constituent Regions of Present-day Kerala and India, Persons, Males and Females, 1871 to 1991 257

    22. Table 22 Proportion of Literate Persons in the Population, by Age Group: India and Kerala, 1986–7 259

    23. Table 23 Working Children as a Proportion of All Children: India and Kerala, 1981 259

    24. Table 24 Circulation of Daily Newspapers: India, 1961–89 260

    25. Table 25 Proportion of Readers in the Estimated Adult Population: India and Kerala, 1989 262

    26. Table 26 Proportion of Readers in the Estimated Adult Population, by Occupation Group: India and Kerala, 1989 262

    27. (p.xx) Table 27 Proportion of Literate Persons among Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes: Kerala and India 264

    28. Table 28 Distribution of Household Ownership Holdings: Kerala, 1961–2 and 1982 300

    29. Table 29 Share of Education and Health Expenditure in Total Government Expenditure: Travancore and Cochin 320

    30. Table 30 Rate of Growth of Per-capita Health Expenditure in Kerala 321

    31. Table 31 Expenditure on Education as a Proportion of Development and Non-development Expenditure (Revenue Account): All States and Kerala 322

    32. Table 32 Non-plan Government Expenditure on Education in Fourteen States, 1986–7 323

  5. Chapter 5

    1. Table 1 Variable Definitions and Sample Summary Statistics 377

    2. Table 2 State-level Averages of the Regression Variables 378

    3. Table 3 Determinants of Fertility, Child Mortality and Female Disadvantage 382

    4. Table 4 Determinants of Fertility, Child Mortality and Female Disadvantage Excluding Female Labour Force Participation 383

    5. Table 5 Determinants of Fertility, Child Mortality and Female Disadvantage: NSS Regions 389

    6. Table 6 Effects of Selected Independent Variables (Female literacy, Male literacy and Poverty) on Child Mortality (Q5), Female Disadvantage (FD) and Fertility (TFR) 395