Evaluating Agricultural Research and Productivity, Proceedings of a Workshop, Atlanta, Georgia, January 29-30, 1987, Miscellaneous Publication 52

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When there is a correspondence between two logical systems, duality can be used to derive a correspondence between results in one system and results in another system (Ru [...]
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Interest in the economic impacts of research and development (R&D) among forest economists is of relatively recent vintage when compared with the long history of such [...]
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Economic analysis of the process of technical change has often involved macro-level studies of its causes and consequences. Relatively little attention has been given to [...]
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A great deal of attention has been devoted in the last two decades to assessing the economic consequences of agricultural research. The biotechnology revolution (see, for [...]
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Though the case for maintaining the even increasing agricultural resource productivity seems quite clear, the definition of maintenance research seems to be less so. I wi [...]
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Duality theory and static multi-product technology have been applied to analyze aggregate agricultural data by Shumway; Weaver; and McKay, Lawrence and Vlastuin. Several [...]
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It is widely accepted that new technology is an important source of agricultural growth. Developing countries have tried a variety of policies to accelerate the developme [...]
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