The Foundation for Agrarian Studies is a charitable trust based in India and established in 2003. Its major objectives are to facilitate and sponsor multi-disciplinary theoretical and empirical enquiry in the field of agrarian studies in India and elsewhere in less-developed countries. It does so in association with a wide section of people interested in the agrarian question, including persons associated with academic institutions, social and political activists, members of mass organizations working in the countryside, and other professionals and scholars.
Symposium on Results from Village Surveys, West Bengal Rounds I and II (2010 and 2015), Durgapur, September 11 to 13, 2015.
The schedule of sessions and presentations from the Symposium on Results from Village Surveys, West Bengal Rounds I and II are available here.
The schedule of sessions of "On Agrarian Issues," the Tenth Anniversary Conference of the Foundation for Agrarian Studies, held in Kochi from January 9 to 12, 2014.
A New Statistical Domain in India: An Enquiry into Gram Panchayat-Level Databases: in FAS-Japan Collaborative Work
Socio-Economic Surveys of Two Villages in Rajasthan: A Study of Agrarian Relations edited by Madhura Swaminathan and Vikas Rawal
Dalit Households in Village Economies edited by V. K. Ramachandran and Madhura Swaminathan: Dalit Households in Village Economies