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Regional disparities in agricultural productivity, an outcome of biased infrastructure

Regional disparities in agricultural productivity, an outcome of biased infrastructure

a case study

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Published by Giri Institute of Development Studies in Lucknow .
Written in English


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Study covers Allahabad District.

Edition Notes

StatementBrijesh K. Bajpai.
SeriesWorking paper ;, 48
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 84/60197 (S)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination10 leaves
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3010954M
LC Control Number84907307

Agricultural productivity in New Zealand: First estimates from the Longitudinal Business Database Production function estimation using New Zealand’s Longitudinal Business Database Addressing the absence of hours information in linked employer-employee data. Regional disparity exists in agricultural development in Assam. The present study intends to measure the extent of regional disparities in agricultural development in Assam and examine the factors responsible for them. This will help to find solution to the problem of regional disparities.

Digital agriculture refers to tools that digitally collect, store, analyze, and share electronic data and/or information along the agricultural value chain. Other definitions, such as those from the United Nations Project Breakthrough, Cornell University, and Purdue University, also emphasize the role of digital technology in the optimization of food systems. Yu Sheng, Xiaohui Tian, Weiqing Qiao, Chao Peng, Measuring agricultural total factor productivity in China: pattern and drivers over the period of ‐, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, /, 64, 1, (), ().

CAUSES OF REGIONAL DISPARITIES IN AGRICULTURE The Rural Poor Economy and Social Backwardness: Seventy seven percent of the population of Bulandshahr district lives in rural areas. Majority of them are poor, and a large fraction of these are agricultural production and productivity and rural development are sharing. Q1 is the richest quartile and Q4 is the poorest quartile. The raw agricultural productivity gaps are defined as the ratio of value added per worker in the nonagricultural sector to value added per worker in the agricultural sector, without any adjustments to the underlying value added or employment data.


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The government of Pakistan introduced several agricultural credit loans through ZTBL and other commercial banks and institutional sources. Singh () examined inter-state disparities in rural infrastructure in India and its impact on agricultural development and rural poverty through a cross sectional study of 16 major states.

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