2 edition of Differences in agricultural research and productivity among 26 countries found in the catalog.
Differences in agricultural research and productivity among 26 countries
George B. Frisvold
by Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||George B. Frisvold, Eugene Lomax.|
|Series||Agricultural economic report -- no.644|
|Contributions||Lomax, Eugene., United States. Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Resources and Technology Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 14p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
Vernon Wesley Ruttan (–) was a well-known development economist at the University of Minnesota, where he was Regents Professor Emeritus in the Departments of Economics and Applied Economics. Ruttan's research focused on agricultural development, induced innovation, technical change and productivity growth, institutions, and development assistance policy. Agricultural Productivity in Africa: Trends, Patterns, and Determinants presents updated and new analyses of land, labor, and total productivity trends in African agriculture. It brings together analyses of a unique mix of data sources and evaluations of public policies and development projects to recommend ways to increase agricultural productivity in Africa.
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The persistence and magnitude of those incentives stimulate a recent debate around the correct assessment of the agricultural productivity gap and the agricultural productivity differences across. Journal of Development Economics 28 () North-Holland THE INTERCOUNTRY AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION FUNCTION AND PRODUCTIVITY DIFFERENCES AMONG COUNTRIES Comment Peter MOLL Balliol College, Oxford OXI 3BJ, UK Received October Kawagoe, Hayamand Ruttan () find, using an intercountry agricultural production function, that Cited by: 5.
Agricultural Productivity Differences Among Countries By YUJIRO HAYAMI AND V. RUTTAN* The sources of productivity growth over time, and of productivity differences among countries and regions have emerged as a central unifying theme of growth theory and development economics.' In recent years a concensus seems to have.
Agricultural Research, Productivity, and Food Prices in the Long Run Article (PDF Available) in Science () October with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. non-agricultural productivity differences across countries and varies an agricul-ture-specific efficiency term to match the employment share in agriculture in the tenth percentile country.
The model predicts roughly ten times as much variation in agricultural productivity as. Agricultural Productivity Diﬀerences Across Countries By DouglasGollin,DavidLagakosand Michael E.
Waugh∗ Economists have long recognized that cross-country diﬀerences in aggregate la-bor productivity are enormous. Recently, Caselli () and Restuccia, Yang and Zhu (), among others, have shown that these diﬀerences have a strong Cited by: The main bibliometric databases indicate large differences in country-level scientific publishing productivity, with high growth in many East Asian countries.
However, it is difficult to translate country-level publishing productivity to individual-level productivity due to cross-country differences in the size and composition of the research workforce, as well as limited coverage of Cited by: accounts, this “agricultural productivity gap” (APG) is ar ound a factor of four in developing coun-tries, on average.
In many poor countries the gaps are even higher, with a number of countries having gaps above ten. These large agricultural productivity gaps have several.
Advances in agricultural productivity have led to abundant and affordable food and fiber throughout most of the developed world.
Public and private agricultural research has been the foundation and basis for much of this growth and development. ERS data, research, and analyses quantify agricultural productivity improvements and the sources of improvement, in the U.S.
and globally. Journal of Development Economics 19 () North-Holland THE INTERCOUNTRY AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION FUNCTION AND PRODUCTIVITY DIFFERENCES AMONG COUNTRIES' Toshihiko KAWAGOE National Research Institute of Agricultural Economics, Tokyo, Japan Yujiro HAYAMI Tokyo Metropolitan University, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo, Japan Vernon W.
RUTTAN Cited by: However, the International Agricultural Productivity data product reported here is better suited for making comparisons of agricultural TFP growth between the United States and other countries. Model. Total factor productivity (TFP) is defined as the ratio of total output to total inputs.
Let total output be given by Y and total inputs by X. Importance of agricultural productivity. The productivity of a region's farms is important for many reasons. Aside from providing more food, increasing the productivity of farms affects the region's prospects for growth and competitiveness on the agricultural market, income distribution and savings, and labour migration.
An increase in a region's agricultural productivity implies a more. Agricultural Productivity Differences Among Countries. Yujiro Hayami and Vernon Ruttan. American Economic Review,vol. 60, issue 5, Working Paper: AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY DIFFERENCES AMONG COUNTRIES () This item may be available elsewhere in EconPapers: Cited by: Selection, Agriculture, and Cross-Country Productivity Differences by David Lagakos and Michael E.
Waugh. Published in volumeissue 2, pages of American Economic Review, AprilAbstract: Cross-country labor productivity differences are. of agricultural productivity depends heavily on how it evolves in develop-ing countries and amongst a broad set of commodities, not just food staples.
The 15 case studies published in Fuglie, Wang, and Ball () in-vestigate agricultural productivity growth and its drivers across a. countries is essential to enhancing the developmental impacts of foreign agricultural investment.
acknowledgements The author is grateful to Daniela Piergentili for the formatting of the paper and the selection of photos, and to Rita Di Iorio for the formatting and layout work in Size: KB.
Taskforce on Research Innovation for Productivity and Sustainability. n.d. Global research on the environmental and agricultural nexus for the 21st century: a proposal for collaborative research among US universities, CGIAR centers and developing country institutions.
Gainesville, USA, Office of International Studies and Programs at the. non-agricultural productivity differences across countries and varies an agricul ture-specific efficiency term to match the employment share in agriculture in the tenth percentile country.
The model predicts roughly ten times as much variation in agricultural productivity as. Comparing agricultural total factor productivity between countries: the case of Australia, Canada and the United States1 Yu Sheng, Katarina Nossal and Alistair Davidson [Abstract] In this paper, Australian agricultural productivity is compared with that of two key competitors — Canada and the United States for the period to focus is on the agricultural development process itself with a comparison of intercountry examples of productivity and develop-ment.
The induced development hypothesis is tested starting with an analysis of productivity data for various countries. This test is used to trace the .Investment in extension services is among the largest in the agricultural sector Returns to agricultural extension in many cases exceed returns to agricultural extension.
• Review of social rate of returns to research and extension from 95 developing countries showed that returns to extension was 80% and 50% for research (Alston et al.
).File Size: 1MB.