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000140526 260__ $$c1991-03
000140526 269__ $$a1991-03
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000140526 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000140526 490__ $$aSeries No. 91-1
000140526 520__ $$aTornquist input quantity indexes derived from USDA/SRS/FEDS
survey data along with yield data are used to derive total
and partial factor productivity measures across time and
region for a sample of representative u.s. cotton
enterprises. Total factor productivity for u.s. cotton
increased only .2% per year between 1974 and 1982 compared
to a much higher post-World-War-II growth rate of about 5%.
Partial productivity measures revealed that yield growth was
about .6% per year, while total input use grew about .4% per
year. Among the input categories, capital and labor
requirements decreased about 1% per year and materials use
increased by about 1.5%. cotton enterprises in selected
regions in Alabama and Mississippi gained and those in the
Texas High Plains lost competitive advantage relative to
enterprises in the California region.
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000140526 650__ $$aCrop Production/Industries
000140526 650__ $$aProductivity Analysis
000140526 650__ $$aResearch and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies
000140526 6531_ $$acotton
000140526 6531_ $$aproductivity
000140526 6531_ $$acompetitive advantage
000140526 6531_ $$aindexes
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000140526 700__ $$aCooke, Stephen C.
000140526 700__ $$aSundquist, W. Burt
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