thrust towards free trade and subservientagriculture.
She shows how these policies are causing unprecedented
rural distress and universal hunger in the developing
countries including India. Hers is a voice of
sanity, conscience and true scholarship.
Ideology of Overpopulation
Costs of Free Trade: The WTO Regime and the
Economic and Demographic Collapse in Russia
Loss of Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa
Must Starve to Feed the West: The Rice Debacle
in the Philippines
Resistance to Globalisation: Chiapas a Symbol
Income Deflation, Burgeoning Foodstocks
Foodstocks and Hunger: Causes of Agrarian
Republic of Hunger
Food Security and Poverty in the Era of Economic
is Time for Kumbhakarna to Wake Up
Crisis under Neo-Imperialism and the Importance
of Peasant Resistance
Utsa Patnaik is Professor of Economics at the
Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal
Nehru University, New Delhi. She is the author
of 'The Long Transition: Essays on Political Economy'
(1999); 'Peasant Class Differentiation: A Study
in Method with Reference to Haryana' (1987); 'The
Agrarian Question and the Development of Capitalism
in India' (1985). She has also edited several
collections including 'Chains of servitude : bondage
and slavery in India' (with Manjari Dingwaney)
and 'The Agrarian Question in Marx and His Successors'.