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Aktuelle Forschung in der Gartenbauökonomie : Tagungsband zum 1. Symposium für Ökonomie im Gartenbau am 27. November 2013 in der Paulinerkirche Göttingen

The formulation of agricultural price policy is complicated by the multiplicity of functions that price performs. The objectives, thrust, and instruments of agricultural price policy in India have undergone conspicuous shifts during the past 50 years and so has the role and effectiveness of price policy as a tool to influence the agricultural economy. The country’s post-reform period witnessed higher emphasis and dependence on price policy compared with previous decades, where price policy aimed only at maintaining a balance between the interests of consumers and producers. It is in this context that the paper examines the effectiveness of procurement prices in getting sufficient income to the farmers. An in-depth analysis of costs and returns was conducted for wheat and paddy, the crops offered the highest protection by the state, to get idea of the profitability of Indian agriculture and gain insights into the workings of the price policy.

Determinants of Land Leasing Decisions in Shrimp Farming in West Bengal, India: Implications for Government Policy

The Role of Social Capital and Local Institutions in Coping with Climate Stresses: The Case of Krapum Chhouk Commune in Rural Cambodia

Management of Coffee Leaf Rust Disease in India: Evidence for Socio-economic and Locational Determinants

Bioeconomics of Spiny Lobster Farming in Indonesia

Rice Yield Gap between Myanmar and Vietnam: A Matter of Price Policy or Public Investment in Technology?

Community Dynamics and Ecological Sensibility for Sustainable Mangrove Governance in Sinjai Regency, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

Determinants of Household Income: A Quantile Regression Approach for Four Rice-Producing Areas in the Philippines

Governance, Institutional, and Pro-Poor Analysis of Cassava Contract Farming in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam

 

 

 

 

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