Ms. Mamata Swain
Professor of Economics
Address : Cuttack, Odisha, India
SANDEE Grant Period: 24-11-2010 to 24-05-2012
SANDEE Publications :
Performance of area based crop yield and rainfall insurance scheme in Orissa ( SANDEE Research Project)
Other Publications :
- Patnaik, S. and M. Swain (2015), 'Crop Insurance for Adaptation to Agricultural Risk in Drought-Prone Kalahandi District in Odisha', Artha Vikas: Journal of Economic Development, ISSN: 0004-3567, Vol.51, No. 1, pp. 34-52, Jan-June 2015.
- Swain, M. (2015), 'Crop Insurance as a Risk Management Strategy in Rainfed Agriculture in Odisha', in J. Deviprasad etal. (eds) Agricultural Risk Management, Hyderabad: BSP BS Publications and Centre for Good Governance, ISBN: 978-93-83635-54-2, pp. 184-201, 2015.
- Swain, M. (2014), 'Efficacy of Crop Yield and Rainfall Insurance Scheme in Rainfed Agriculture in Odisha: Some Micro-evidence', IASSI Quarterly: Contributions to Indian Social Science, ISSN 0970-9061, Vol. 33, No. 2-4, pp. 70-91 April-December 2014.
- Patnaik, S. and M. Swain (2014), 'Performance of National Agricultural Insurance Scheme in Odisha: A Spatio-Temporal Analysis', Utkal Economic Papers, ISSN: 0976-7592, Vol.17, pp. 101-127, 2014-15.
- Swain, M. (2014), ‘Performance of Crop Insurance Schemes in India', Ravenshaw Working paper, pp. 1-23, 2014.
- Swain, M. (2014), 'Crop Insurance for Adaptation to Climate Change in India', Asia Research Centre Working Paper No.61, London School of Economics and Political Science, while working as Commonwealth Academic Fellow, pp. 1-41.
- Swain, M. (2013), 'Agricultural Risk and Efficacy of Crop Insurance Schemes in Odisha', in Suman Chandra, K.V. Suresh Babu, P. K. Nath (eds.) Agrarian Crisis in India: The Way Out, Academic Publishers, New Delhi, ISBN 9789332700321, pp. 477-496, 2013.
- Swain, M. (2014), 'Crop Insurance for Adaptation to Climate Change in Odisha', Ravenshaw Journal of Economics, ISSN: 2319-6084, Vol.1, No.1, PP. 42-63, 2012.
Current Research Area/ Interests : Agricultural and Environmental Economics