|Statement||Hanaa Kheir-El-Din and Heba El-Laithy.|
|Series||Working paper -- no. 129|
|Contributions||El Laithy, Heba.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2009/52157 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||2009339886|
Virgil Ball, George W. Norton. Springer Science & Business Media, Business & Economics- pages. 0Reviews. Agricultural Productivity: Measurement and Sources of Growth addresses. This book looks at results, methods, and data on international agricultural productivity for a better understanding of long-run trends and the policies that determine them. By presenting an. About this book. About this book. Agricultural Productivity: Measurement and Sources of Growth addresses measurement issues and techniques in agricultural productivity analysis, applying those techniques to recently published data sets for American agriculture. The data sets are used to estimate and explain state level productivity and efficiency differences, and to test different . Raising agricultural productivity in developing countries is often said to reduce poverty more than comparable growth arising from other sectors. This claim has frequently been based on casual theori.
The Shifting Patterns of Agricultural Production and Productivity Worldwide. Edited by Julian M. Alston, Bruce A. Babcock, and Philip G. Pardey. In this book we assemble a range of evidence from a range of sources with a view to developing an improved understanding of recent trends in agricultural productivity around the world. productivity growth in agriculture an international perspective Posted By James Michener Media Publishing TEXT ID e Online PDF Ebook Epub Library assessment of total factor productivity growth in agriculture including up to date empirical analysis for developed and developing countries and regions it provides a. However, this was a time of declining focus on agricultural growth and productivity by both countries and donors. The cost of inadequate attention to agriculture, especially in agriculture-based economies, came into focus with the food crisis of In agriculture, productivity growth – as measured by Total Factor Productivity (TFP) growth – reflects improvements in the efficiency with which farmers combine inputs to produce outputs. Productivity improvements have driven considerable growth in agricultural production in recent decades, enabling farmers to produce affordable food, feed.
In this book we assemble a range of evidence from a range of sources with a view to developing an improved understanding of recent trends in agricultural productivity around the world. The fundamental purpose is to better understand the nature of the long-term growth in the supply of food and its principal determinants. These productivity developments reflect relatively slow growth in the use of agricultural land and labour of percent and percent per year, respectively, compared with growth in global. Abstract. This book documents frontier knowledge on the drivers of agriculture productivity to derive pragmatic policy advice for governments and development partners on reducing poverty and boosting shared prosperity. Agricultural productivity growth in sub-Saharan Africa has been a qualified success. Total factor productivity growth has increased rapidly since the early s. By the early s, average annual TFP growth was roughly four times faster than it had been 25 years earlier.