This book provides a broad, interdisciplinary overview of the major facets of Indonesia's contemporary agricultural and rural development, while exploring the macro and micro factors that account for uneven development patterns.
Table of Contents
1. Agricultural and Rural Development: An Overview Part I: Policy Dimensions 2. The Formation of Indonesian Rice Policy: A Historical Perspective 3. The Role of Agricultural Taxation Part II: The Green Revolution 4. Sidoarjo, East Java, and Subang, West Java 5. West Sumatra and South Sulawesi Part III: Employment and Income Distribution 6. Employment Generation Within the Agricultural Sector 7. Income Distribution and Levels of Living in Java, 1963 and Beyond Part IV: Village Dynamics 8. Population, Involution; and Employment in Rural Java 9. Agricultural Evolution in Java Part V: Rural Institutions 10. Local Political and Economic Structures Part VI: Migration 11. Rural and Urban Migration: A National Overview 12. Transmigration and Marginal Land Development Part VII: The Household Economy 13. Garden Use and Household Economy in Java 14. Nutrition and the Household Economy Part VIII: Resource Management 15. Aquaculture and Artisanal Fisheries 16. Lowland Forestry Management