2 edition of Agricultural policy and marginality found in the catalog.
Agricultural policy and marginality
R. K. Kasanga
|Statement||by R. Kasim Kasanga.|
|LC Classifications||HD2146.Z8 K37 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||97141120|
Fuzzy logic based global assessment of the marginality of agricultural land use Article (PDF Available) in Climate Research 8(2) May with 71 Reads How we measure 'reads'. This book takes a new approach on understanding causes of extreme poverty and promising actions to address it. Its focus is on marginality being a root cause of poverty and deprivation. "Marginality" is the position of people on the edge, preventing their access to resources, freedom of choices, and the development of capabilities. The book is research based with original empirical analyses at.
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The research insights re from Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. The purpose of this book is to be a reference for students, scholars and practitioners inthe field of science and policy for understanding and identifying agricultural productivity growth potentials in marginalized areas. Free Online Library: Ethnographies of marginality.("The Politics of Conflict Economies: Miners, Merchants and Warriors in the African Borderland", "Morality and Economic Growth in Rural West Africa: Indigenous Accumulation in Hausaland" and "Money from Nothing: Indebtedness and Aspiration in South Africa", Book review) by "Africa"; History Books Book reviews.
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The key economics concepts forming the foundation of how economics approach decision making—Supply and Demand, Opportunity Cost, Agricultural policy and marginality book Returns, Marginality, Costs and Returns, and Externalities—are woven throughout the book in a style that is both clear and engaging, with real-world examples that are easily understood by any reader Price: $ “Marginality” is the position of people on the edge, preventing their access to resources, freedom of choices, and the development of capabilities.
The book is research based with original empirical analyses at local, national, and local scales; book contributors are leaders in their fields and have backgrounds in different disciplines. This volume presents new insights on marginality, i.e.
the situation of people living on the edge of socio-economic and ecological systems. The marginality concept leads to different development policies.
While the prevalence of poverty declined by about 50 percent in the past two decades, any furth. This textbook addresses the main economic principles required by agricultural economists involved in rural development. The principles of 'micro-economics' or 'price-theory' are of relevance to economists everywhere, but this book reinforces the message of their relevance for rural development by explaining the theory in the specific context of the agricultural and food sectors of developing Reviews: 1.
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Pingali et al. (Chap. 10 this volume) explore the linkages between poverty, agriculture, and the environment in the case of by: 6.
The key concepts forming the foundation of how economists approach decision making—supply and demand, opportunity cost, diminishing returns, marginality, costs and returns, and externalities—are woven throughout the book in a style that is both clear and engaging, with real-world examples that are easily understood by any reader interested Price: $ The first step towards this is to identify underperforming areas, i.e.
rural areas in which the prevalence of poverty and other dimensions of marginality are high and agricultural potential is.
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Marginality of soils is a difficult process to define because the metrics to define a marginal soil depends upon the use, and if we utilize the framework of a soil capability classes then a marginal soil could be defined as one which moves from a higher to a lower soil class.
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All graphs have been redrawn using the latest in. marginal (mär′jə-nəl) adj. Of, relating to, located at, or constituting a margin, a border, or an edge: the marginal strip of beach; a marginal issue that had no bearing on the election results.
Being adjacent geographically: states marginal to Canada. Written or printed in the margin of a book: marginal notes. Barely within a lower. The marginality mapping presented in this paper has attempted to identify areas with high prevalence of societal and spatial marginality-– based on proxies for marginality dimensions representing different spheres of life-–and high (un/der utilized) agricultural (cereal) potentials.
Product Information. For one-semester, introductory courses in Agricultural Economics or Environmental Economics. This innovative text provides a broad view of the food system, with its emphasis on the links among financial institutions, the macroeconomy, world markets, government programs, farms, agribusinesses, food marketing, and the environment.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: 1. Introduction --The Winds of Change --Peasants, Proletarians, and the State --The Research Contract Codifying Marginality: Agricultural Policy and the Peasantry --The Ejido: The Base of the Pyramid --The "Mexican Miracle": A Dual-Track Strategy --Internationalization of.
The ultimate goal of agriculture is to produce food. All of the agricultural practices are done by people. So, agriculture deals with crop and people who are engaged in agriculture. The aim of this article is to introduce a new branch of applied anthropology, which is Agricultural Anthropology as the breakthrough for sustainable agriculture.
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