Historical Aspects of the Economic Development (Conference Proceedings)
|Author:||Ram Kumar Ahirwar|
|Publisher:||B.R. Publishing Corporation|
|Other Details||9.50 X 6.50 inch|
Scholars are always locked in debate whether cattle breeding came first or agriculture, whether social being determines social consciousness, whether the means of production and the relations of production effect the material basis of social stratification. But still there is no doubt that a steady economic activity can be gleaned as early as the palaeolithic age when mane was a food gatherer. Gradually, cattle breeding and agriculture arose and became mutually dependent. Skill in technology and money economy led to urbanization and brought about revolutionary changes in society. Indus Valley Civilization points to this fact.
Not much work has been done regarding all the debatable issues in economic history. The work Historical Aspects of Economic Development would fill up the lacuna in this direction. The work would be fruitful for the researchers as well as common reader.
Dr. Ram Kumar Ahirwar is Associated Professor at School of Studies in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, Vikram University, Ujjain (M.P.). He is a prolific author and has many books published to his credit besides more then 60 research papers published in journals of repute. He has also participated & organized National and International Seminar. He has Honoured by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Award'.
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