5 edition of Rural development and agricultural growth in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand found in the catalog.
by Asia Pacific Press, Asia Pacific School of Economics and Government, Australian National University in Canberra
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Takamasa Akiyama and Donald F. Larson.|
|Contributions||Akiyama, T. 1944-, Larson, Donald F.|
|LC Classifications||HN710.Z9 C6497 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 558 p. :|
|Number of Pages||558|
|LC Control Number||2004463163|
Rural Development and Agricultural Growth in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand. Edited by Takamasa Akiyama and Donald F. Larson. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Pp. This book provides a comprehensive review of rural development and agricultural. Chapter 4 - The economic contributions of agricultural extension to agricultural and rural development. Robert Evenson. Robert Evenson is a Professor at Yale University, and serves as Director of The International and Development Economics Program.
Regional agricultural development planning or integrated development planning in Indonesia was in operation until the s. Since the s agricultural or rural development has aimed mainly to correct imbalances among the regions and to pursue social equality among the different classes of the by: 3. Problems in agricultural development in Thailand include (i) agricultural production structure, (ii) competition in world market and trade protectionism, (iii) low productivity, (iv) low quality of products, and (v) insufficient utilization of natural resources. At present, Thai agriculture is coming towards a by: 8.
This report analyses Philippine agricultural policy. Agriculture provides 30% of total employment in the Philippines and represents 11% of its Gross Domestic Product. The Philippines has had notable recent overall economic success, yet improving . Southeast Asia—the region of the world that spans Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam—is going through rapid urbanization today.
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The authors examine over an extended period, the growth consequences for agriculture in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand. Despite geographic proximity, similar climate, and other shared characteristics, gains in productivity, and income differed significantly among the countries.
Rural development and agricultural growth in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand (English) Abstract.
Understanding economic growth is central to the study of development. Rural economic growth is an important aspect of economic growth. Historically, rural agriculture has employed most people in most countries, and continues to do so by: 5.
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SAKULRAT MONTREEVAT Institute ofSoutheast Asian Studies, Singapore Rural Development and Agricultural Growth in Indonesia, the Philippines and : Jan P. Voon. Determinants of Agricultural Growth in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand Yair Mundlak Donald F.
Larson Rita Butzer The World Bank Development Research Group Rural Development March Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public. Thailand and the Philippines the pace of growth of irrigated land exceeded that of labor, and it resembled the rate of output growth.
The pace in Indonesia was considerably slower. Indonesia seems to have faced the most severe capital scarcity. As shown in Figurethe capital-output ratio in Indonesia in was, much lower than in the. 1 Lessons on rural development and agricultural growth fiom Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand 1 Takamasa Akiyama and Donald F.
Larson 2 An ecological and historical perspective on agricultural development in Southeast Asia 15 Yujiro Hayarni 3 Growth of the agricultural sector: are there peculiarities with Southeast Asia.
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