By Robert E. Evenson, Prabhu Pingali
Quantity three of this sequence of the Handbooks in Economics follows on from the former volumes by way of concentrating on the elemental options of agricultural economics. the 1st a part of the quantity examines the advancements in human assets and know-how mastery. the second one half follows on by means of contemplating the tactics and effect of invention and innovation during this box. the consequences of industry forces are tested within the 3rd half, and the quantity concludes by means of analysing the economics of our altering normal assets, together with the prior results of weather change.
Overall this quantity types a finished and obtainable survey of the sector of agricultural economics and is usually recommended analyzing for a person with an curiosity, both educational or specialist, during this region.
*Part of the renown Handbooks in Economics series
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Agricultural Development: Farmers, Farm Production and Farm Markets by Robert E. Evenson, Prabhu Pingali