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Rural-urban relations, household income, diversification and agricultural productivity
Hugh Emrys Evans
|Statement||Hugh Emrys Evans and Peter Ngau|
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× Agricultural mechanization has often been associated with scale-effects and increased specialization. Such characterizations, however, fail to explain how mechanization may grow in Africa where production environments are heterogeneous even within a farm household, and crop diversification may help in mitigating risks. Accompanying changes in household composition are profound changes in sources of household income, including a growing share of income coming from non-agricultural sources. For the region as a whole, more than half of rural household income now comes from non-agricultural sources (Grandstaff et al. ; Rigg and Salamanca ). In Nong Ben. Cambridge Core - European Studies - Agrarian Reform in Russia - by Carol S. LeonardAuthor: Carol S. Leonard. thus ranked globally in Google Scholar number 3 in agricultural economics (and 1 in value chains, 1 in Food Policy, 5 in food security, 8 in development economics) Ranked among top 10 globally among Agricultural Economists with citations in ISI Web of Science (all databases, including Social Sciences Citation Index and.
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Rural‐Urban Relations, Household Income Diversification and Agricultural Productivity Article in Development and Change 22(3) - October with Reads How we.
Migration has been linked with the rapid population growth in the urban areas in Ghana. This paper examines how rural-urban migration affects agricultural production at the Rural-urban relations of : Abigail Adaku.
The outcomes reveal that the age of the household head, household size, dependency ratio, acreage, membership of a producer group, amount of credit, agricultural potential of the area, morbidity, distance to a main road, access to a radio, total income and technical assistance were the key factors in determining the level of income : Omer S.
Combary. Evans HE, Ngau P () Rural- Urban Relations, Household Income Diversification and Agricultural Productivity. Development and Change – CrossRef Google Scholar Fazal S () Urban expansion and loss of agricultural : Nasrin Banu, Shahab Fazal. Evans HE, Ngau P () Rural-urban relations, household income diversification and agricultural productivity.
Dev Change 22(3)– CrossRef Google Scholar Fei JC, Ranis G () Development of the Rural-urban relations surplus economy; theory and : Anamika Das.
Agricultural Productivity Labor Diversification Labour market "This book is an attempt to move the discussion away from polarized positions. It aims to contribute to a rational debate on the household income benefits, costs, and risks of existing and future GE crops and technologies for Africa.
Rural-Urban Transformation in Uganda. Agricultural Productivity (2) Agricultural Research (1) Agricultural development (1) "This book is an attempt to move the discussion away from polarized positions.
It aims to contribute to a rational debate on the actual benefits, costs, and risks of existing and future GE crops and technologies for Africa. Rural-Urban Transformation. diversification does not have an equalising effect on rural incomes overall.
Better-off families are typically able to diversify in more favourable labour markets than poor rural families. Total income and the share of income derived from non-farm sources are often positively correlated. Different income sources may have strongly differing. Rural-Urban Relations and Regional Development Nagoya: Maruzen Asia, for UNCRD.
Rural-Urban Relations, Household Income Diversification and Agricultural Productivity"Author: Mohammad Nurul Islam Household income.
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Geertz, Clifford. Involusi Pertanian: Proses Perubahan Ekologi di : R Rijanta. Haor region is highly flood prone area and thus the crop production is impeded mostly every year.
The farmers in the Haor areas have to rely on one single crop - the Boro paddy being flood prone regions. If the Boro crop fails, the households become insecured by food which could push thousands of families into deeper Size: KB.
Hugh Emrys Evans & Peter Ngau, "Rural‐Urban Relations, Household Income Diversification and Agricultural Productivity," Development and Change, International Institute of Social Studies, vol. 22(3), pagesJuly. Jim Engle-Warnick & Javier Escobal &.
Master Thesis in Rural Development with Specialization in Livelihood and Natural Resource Management Climate change and farmers’ adaptation A case study of mixed - farming systems in the coastal area in Trieu Van commune, Trieu Phong district, Quang Tri province, Vietnam Le Thi Hong Phuong, Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry, Viet NamFile Size: KB.
Evans, H. and P. Ngau (). ‘Rural–urban relations, household income diversification and agricultural productivity.’ Development and Change 22(3): – FAO (). ‘FAO gender and land rights database.’ Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization. FAO (). ‘Women in agriculture: closing the gender gap for development.’.
The New Agricultural Policy of provided a further push to agricultural income growth, commercialization of farming, and overall economic transformation through agricultural market development, R&D, and incentives to diversification from rice to agro-industrial crops, including rubber and palm oil (Tsakok ).
include flows of agricultural products going to urban areas, and goods from urban manufacturing areas going to more rural areas2. Typically, rural-urban linkages are often articulated in the nature and forms of migration, production, consumption, financial and some investment linkages that occur within the rural-urban Size: KB.
The overall scope for increasing agricultural productivity and rural commodity marketing efficiency is outlined below. There is need to promote rural-urban market dependencies in five key sectors: Agricultural trade and transport services; - Agricultural production support services (input delivery channels to be revitalised).Cited by: 2.
Gautam Y, Andersen P (). Rural livelihood diversification and household well-being: Insights from Humla, Nepal. Journal of Rural Studies Crossref: Gecho Y ().
Rural Farm Households' Income Diversification: The Case of Wolaita Zone, Southern Ethiopia. Social Sciences 6(2) doi: / Crossref Author: Wondim Awoke Kassa. Figure 5. Income sources of households in According to the rural census, average agricultural land per household was around ha, considerably below the figure for other regional countries.
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Gold Alternative Farming Systems Information Center National Agricultural Library PUBLICATION DATE: September SERIES: QB UPDATES: Updates QB and QB. Downloadable. Pro-poor growth has been identified as one of the most promising pathways to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) or any subsequent set of goals aiming to reduce poverty worldwide.
Related research has developed a multitude of instruments to measure pro-poor growth using absolute and relative approaches and income and non-income data.
The combination of more cultivated land per capita, higher-value and more labor-absorbing farming, and additional household income from off-farm employment of one or more of the household’s members, is what has propelled the new agricultural revolution as well as enhanced rural food (and other) consumption of the type and scale outlined in Cited by: 8.
Agricultural output and productivity growth may benefit poor households via farm income, lower food prices, increased wage employment and rising farm and non-farm rural wages.
Journal of Development Studies, June v38 i5 p(25) Gender, migration and multiple livelihoods: cases from Eastern and Southern Africa. (Brief Article) Elizabeth Francis. Author's Abstract: COPYRIGHT Frank Cass & Company Ltd. Focusing on Kenya, Lesotho and South Africa, this study examines the social impact in migrant-labour source areas of dramatically.
Sustainable agricultural development is one of the most powerful tools to end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity.
Agriculture is the economic and social mainstay of some million smallholder farmers, and in developing countries, the sector is the largest source of incomes, jobs and food security. Sophia Davidova is Professor of European Agricultural Policy and Director of Graduate Studies.
She studied International Economics at the Economic University in Sofia, Bulgaria. She gained a PhD scholarship and was awarded the degree in by the same university. Self-consumption of agricultural product, for instance, is relevant in agricultural household's income but difficult to measure. A double approach adopted in Italy, at micro-level with REA survey and at macro-level with European Economic Accounts for Agriculture (EAA), deserve a particular attention for his results.
These ingredients include markets for agricultural produce, physical infrastructure, producer associations, knowledge management, and incentives for investment and income diversification.
He concludes that productivity enhancements respond to economic incentives and that the capacity of resource-poor farmers to invest in on-farm improvements Author: Alex de Sherbinin, David Carr, Susan Cassels, Leiwen Jiang.
There is a lack of research on the relationships between rural areas and the urban hierarchy in Indonesia. Because of this, policies for urban and rural development are undertaken in isolation from one another, without incorporating the implications of rural-urban linkages for rural development.
This study contributes to our understanding of rural-urban linkages in Indonesia Cited by: 2. Table shows the key indicators of agricultural and nonagricultural intensification used in this study, as well as the explanatory variables used, which fall under several categories: land size (household and EA levels), market access, agroecological controls, and household indicators.
Asterisks also note those indicators that are measured at the EA/community level rather than Cited by: the effects of urbanization on agricultural productivity in west africa () 1. i the effects of urbanization on agricultural productivity in west africa () muyiwa-oni olutobi harry (10af) being a research project submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of degree in economics to the department of economics and.
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where y it is the quantity of output, α it is total factor productivity (TFP) or level of technology, k it is the capital stock, and l it is the quantity of labor, all for country i at time t and all in logarithms.
Then, the output growth is ∆y it = ∆α it + β∆k it + (1 − β)∆l it, which implies that the output growth (∆y it = y it − y it−1) only comes from changes in input Cited by: 2.
The level of agricultural income, non-agricultural employment opportunities and social networks contribute as drivers of vulnerability of natural resource-dependent communities in northern Ghana.
The levels of diseases in the communities depend on the nutrition standard, the general standard of living, and environmental tragedies like by: Employment, Labour and Informal Sector.
A large body of research has been pursued at the Institute of Economic Growth on issues relating to labour market, employment, unemployment, underemployment and low productivity employment in the informal sector, standard of living and poverty, social capital, population and income mobility, urban slums, basic amenities and.
The intensification and diversification of rural–urban exchange networks are fuelling a process of domestic market integration and provide an alternative development path.
56 This transformation was a crucial element in the long-term development processes of all industrialized economies, including Britain and Japan, and especially in the case Cited by: 7. A significant part of household income growth is therefore coming from non-labor assets (land, enterprise capital, etc.), which means property rights will be important to permitting further rural-urban migration and diversification toward agrifood products with higher income elasticities (specialty agricultural productivity, for example.
Small-scale agriculture, government entitlements, and livelihood opportunities offered by rapid economic growth shape the food security and wellbeing of people in rural India.
This paper analyses this ongoing process of agrarian development from the perspective of three major approaches: the food availability approach, the entitlement and livelihood approach, and Cited by: Reardon, Th.,‘Using Evidence of Household Income Diversification to Inform Study of the Rural Nonfarm Labor Market in Africa’, World Development, Vol, No.5, pp Reddy, D.
() ‘Rural Migrant Labour in Andhra Pradesh’, Report submitted to the National Commission on Rural Labour, Government of India. Globalization reflects the worldwide spread of modern technologies of production, including farming, the agricultural supply sector, and food processing.
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The role of agriculture in economic development. Country Rural Urban National Survey year Brazil 51 15 22 Colombia 79 55 64 Ghana 50 19 40 Kenya 53 49 52 India 30 25 29 Vietnam 36 7 29 13 Table 1: rural and urban poverty in a few selected countries (in % of population below the poverty line) Agriculture.NSU Research Portal This is the central repository of all research and publication artifacts authored by NSU faculty members.
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