PUBLICATIONS OF INDIAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING

  1. Manual for training farmers in Agricultural Marketing
  1. Vistas in Agricultural Marketing, Vol.1, 2 and 3
  1. Agribusiness Potential of Andhra Pradesh
  1. Agribusiness Potential of Maharashtra
  1. Agribusiness Potential of Gujarat
  1. Agribusiness Potential of Tamil Nadu
  1. Agribusiness Potential of Bihar
  1. Agribusiness Potential of Rajasthan
  1. Agribusiness Potential of Karnataka State
  2. Agribusiness Potential of Punjab State
  1. Status, Issues and challenges of agricultural Marketing in Mountain States of the Country
  1. Proceedings of the International conference on Small Scale Fisheries Governance: Development for Well being and Sustainability
  1. Agribusiness Potential of Uattar Pradesh (Papers in Summaries)-
  1. Marketing of Jaggery (Summary of Seminar papers)

The above publications can be had from the office of the ISAM.

  • VOL. 1(1987-996) – VISTAS IN AGRICULTURAL MARKETING

Contents

  •            Prologue (Introduction and overview)..        G. Parthasarathy
    • Marketing Technology and Development not keeping Pace with Production Technology in India  …       …       A. S. Kahlon
    • An Analysis of Agricultural Marketing Systems     …        K. Subbarao
    • Role of Market Clearance in Promoting Diversified Agricultural Growth in India   – S.S. Johl
    • Technological Changes in Agricultural Marketing      …       M. S. Swaminathan
    • Some Issues in Agricultural Marketing in India    …              G. S. Bhalla
    • Training For Farmers in Agricultural Marketing in India  … D. S. Sidhu
    • Distortions in Agricultural Marketing and Pricing Policies Lessons for India …   D. S. Sidhu
    • Agricultural Mark,eting Policy and Food Supplies in India  … I.J. Singh
    • Marketing Environment for Farm Products: Emerging Issues and Challenges – S. S. Acharya
    • Food Trends and How They May Be Modified  … R. Radhakrishna

VISTAS IN AGRICULTURAL MARKETING VOL. II (1997-2005)

Contents

  • Agricultural Marketing in a Highly Competitive and Customer Responsive Food Chain-Experience in United Kingdom    …                     David E. Bawcutt

  • Emerging Imperatives of Agricultural Marketing in India   ….       C. Rangarajan

  • Liberalisation of Agricultural Produce Markets and Role of Marketing Organisations…       …           …       S. S. Acharya

  • Agricultural Trade Policy and Export Strategy     …         V. S. Vyas

  • Declining per capita Demand for Food Grains in  India:  Why and What does this imply?    …          C. H. Hanumantha Rao

  • Indian Agriculture and Reform Concerns: Issues and Agenda  …  Y. V. Reddy

  • Hungry Under the Food mountain  …           Kirit S. Parikh

  • Trade Diversification and Agriculture   …           Yoginder K. Alagh

  • Agricultural credit in India: Status, issues and future agenda. …  Rakesh Mohan

  • From the Green to Gene Revolution: How will the poor fare? ….  Prabhu Pingali

VISTAS IN AGRICULTURAL MARKETING VOL. III(2006-2012)

* Changing Structure of Demand for Agricultural Commodities: Preparing for the Future – G.K.Chadha

* Issues in Agricultural Marketing in India – Y.S.P.Thorat

* Agricultural Crisis and the Need for Participatory Institutions – S.R.Hashim

* Promoting Agribusiness in India – V.P.S.Arora

* The Challenge of Food Inflation – Duvvuri Subbarao

* Price Support for Farmers : A Perspective from the Crossroads – V.M.Rao

* Market Reforms in Indian Agriculture – S.Mahendra Dev

* A Perspective of Agricultural Marketing in India – S.R.Hashim

* Marketing and Trade Policies in a Globalising World – Ramesh Chand

* Agriculture in a Rural Urban Continuum – Y.K.Alagh

* Water Marketing in Agriculture – R.Maria Saleth

Copies of the above publications can be obtained by paying Rs.500/- each  respectively to the Treasurer, Indian Society of Agricultural Marketing, Near Borlaug Guest House, PJTSAU Campus, Rajendra Nagar, Hyderabad-500030 , through crossed bank draft payable at Hyderabad. Postage is free against orders placed for both the volumes. On orders for individual volumes, postage by ordinary post Rs.50/- is to be added.