2 edition of Allocative efficiency, tenure, and technology in Punjab"s irrigated agriculture found in the catalog.
Allocative efficiency, tenure, and technology in Punjab"s irrigated agriculture
Haq Nawaz Shah
|Statement||by Haq Nawaz Shah.|
|Series||Publication ;, no. 201, Publication (Pakistan Economic Research Institute) ;, no. 201.|
|LC Classifications||HD1741.P132 P8675 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 97 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||84931231|
In Section 4, we examine empirically the efficiency of share tenancy, efficiency of land allocation among agricultural households, and equity effects of land tenancy transactions by conducting a review of the empirical literature. Finally, based on major findings of this study, we consider the desirable land policy options for achieving greater Cited by: The net area sown in was thousand hectare, which you can say is the total agricultural land in Punjab. It means that almost 82% land of Punjab comes under agriculture. Most of the agriculture land in Punjab is sown more than once and area sown more than once is .
Irish potato is one of the major staple food and cash crops in Cameroon. Several studies have been conducted on the agronomic aspect of the crop, but very little is known on the technical efficiency of potato producers in the country. This study examines the technical efficiency of smallholder Irish potato producers in the Santa subdivision and the determinants of technical : Khan Claudette Mengui, Saera Oh, Sang Hyeon Lee. We collected some important list of Agriculture Productions, Revolutions, Research Centres and Abbreviations and provide you in a PDF Format. We hope, it will help you in Competitive exams. Click Here to try Agriculture Quiz; Click Here to try Rural Development Programmes Quiz; Agriculture Study Notes PDF Download.
The theory of allocative efficiency underlying welfare economics is examined on the basis that: (1) subjective self interest and equity are totally independent concepts; (2) there is no difference between rational self interest and equity; and (3) considerations of Author: R. Marggraf. The technical efficiency of an individual firm is defined as the ratio of the observed output to the corresponding frontier output, given the available technology while allocative efficiency reflects the ability of the producers to use inputs in optimal proportions given their respective prices (Ajibefun and Daramola, ).
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ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY, TENURE AND TECHNOLOGY IN IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE: A CASE STUDY OF THE PAKISTAN PUNJAB by Haq Nawaz Shah A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Agricultural Development Economics in The Australian National University August, Author: Haq Nawaz Shah.
In this paper, we estimate the allocative inefficiency of groundwater in Pakistani agriculture and compare it across a set of farm-level constraints, using a panel dataset of rural households. The farm-level constraints include tenure, farm size, access to surface water and location on a watercourse.
The present paper is a humble attempt to test the allocative efficiency of the farmers in a traditional Orissan agriculture system in terms of resource-use and crop : Purusottam Nayak. The well-known studies of the farm economy of China by World Food, International Trade, and Agriculture Allocative Efficiency Buck 12 lend support as do the many examples cited by Bauer and Yamey A comprehensive examination of all such Author: Theodore W.
Schultz. The book titled ‘Allocative Efficiency of Rice Farmers’ is an important piece of work as it evaluates the issues relating to the adoption of new agricultural technologies and the problems.
THE ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY OF TRADITIONAL AGRICULTURE Theodore W. Schultz The economic acumen of people in poor agricultural communities is generally maligned. It is widely held that they save and invest too little of their income in view of what capital earns, that they pay no heed to changes in prices, and that they disregard normal economic incentives at every : Theodore W.
Schultz. DIRECTOR GENERAL AGRICULTURE (WATER MANAGEMENT) PUNJAB 10 September PUNJAB IRRIGATED-AGRICULTURE PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (PIPIP) BRIEFING for WORLD BANK IMPLEMENTATION REVIEW MISSION on. Efficiency Irrigation Systems (Acres)16, 4 Strengthening of. The results show that the average technical efficiency of the sugarcane farms is 75 percent, the average allocative efficiency is 83 percent, and the average cost efficiency is 62 percent.
higher efficiency level by adopting the improved technology in agricultural production. Thus an access to institutional credit would provide an incentive to the farmers to adjust the operational land by the mechanism of tenurial contract so as to bring about efficiency in agricultural production.
Determinants of technical, allocative and economic efficiencies among onion producing farmers in irrigated agriculture: Empirical evidence from Kobo district, Amhara region, EthiopiaAuthor: Berhan Tegegne Haile.
The aim of this paper is to study the effects of land tenure on agricultural production. This is an econometric study of production functions for the Ferozepur district of Punjab using Farm Management Studies data for /69 and /Cited by: 9.
In case of SFA analysis about 60% of the farmers have allocative efficiency range from and aboveand percent farmers have allocative efficiency from below to The SFA efficiency analysis shows the presence of allocative inefficiency in cotton-melon cropping : Hina Fatima, Lal Almas, Bushra Yasmin.
The technical efficiency of irrigation on farms estimated through Data Envelopment Analysis, has indicated the mean irrigation efficiency of 57 per cent and 65 per cent in paddy production and Downloadable. In Pakistan, excessive lowering of the groundwater table has made crop irrigation costlier and without improving production efficiency, Pakistan’s rural economy will be adversely affected.
This study estimated the technical, allocative, and groundwater use efficiency of wheat producers, identified the factors affecting their allocative efficiency, and suggested policy Cited by: 1.
that small farms’ allocative efficiency is due not to the superiority of peasant organization of production, but relies on primitive technology and undeveloped markets: in the absence of labor-saving technologies and developed markets in inputs (such as fertilizer) and labor, small farms.
challenges that are addressed in the Punjab Agricultural Policy. The Punjab Agriculture Policy presents ways forward in two broad areas, guiding principles and cross cutting themes that need to be included in all efforts, and then a set of specific Size: 1MB.
The concept of technical and allocative efficiency can be explained by the help of Figure illustrated by Kalirajan and Shand (). Theoretically, we assume that all units of production (firm or land) operate at potential frontier production function i.e.
the points along the curve FF’. The economic farm-size–efficiency relationship for maize remains unclear. A question that has yet to be answered conclusively is whether farm size affects productivity. The debate on land-appropriation-without-compensation ultimately revolves around the optimal land size and conditions under which farmers can benefit from a more rational utilization of available land.
Ministry of Food, Agriculture & Livestock Govt. of Pakistan, Islambaad - May, Fertigation under Drip Irrigation System Orchard Management with High Efficiency Irrigation Systes (HEISs) Maize cultivation with High Efficiency Irrigation System (HEIS).
Resource Efficiency Roadmap for Agriculture in Punjab 2 Figure 1: ûa ü Production û metric tonnes of Rice, Wheat and Other crops in Punjab û); (b) Sources-wise Net Irrigated Area û Hectares in Punjab (); (c) Population of Livestock &File Size: 1MB.
This study examined the contribution of institutional credit in terms of such things as allocative efficiency, technical efficiency, and net revenue per acre on small farms in the Punjab province of Pakistan.
The study demonstrates that availability and use of credit increases net revenue on small farms through improving allocative and/or technical : M. H. Sial.Allocative efficiency of value 1 reveals that farmers are % allocatively efficient. A. E of value less than 1 represents that inputs have been over-utilized and A.E exceeding 1 represents that inputs have been under-utilized by farmers.
Allocative efficiency can either be determined by production function or linear programming technique.Downloadable (with restrictions)! type="main"> We employ a non-parametric approach, data envelopment analysis, to estimate the technical and irrigation efficiency of rice farms in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.
We use a cross-sectional dataset of 80 rice growers, including 45 tube-well owners and 35 water buyers. Mean technical efficiency scores show that tube-well owners and water buyers Cited by: