Minor wear. VG. 22x14cm, x, 321 pp., Series: Scandinavian Institute for Asian Studies, Studies on Asian Topics, no. 10. Contains 13 papers. Includes: Wet rice cultivation: some reasons why; Ritual technology in Mong Gar swidden agriculture; Irrigation development ¢ral control: some features of Sri Lankan development; Lack of maintenance of irrigtation facilities: experiences from southern Sri Lanka; The decline in paddy cultivation in a dry zone village of Sri Lanka; Cultivating poverty: the case of the green revolution in Lombok; Tradition & transition: harvest & social change in rural Java; Social & economic studies on Vietnam: an overview; Rice production in colonial Vietnam, 1900-1930; Java & the world; On the problem of early rice in Southeast Asia; On the systematic character of the Thai state; The need of central water management in irrigation systems.
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