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Technological Progress and Emergence of Policies with Priorities for the Development of Land-Poor Farmers in Bangladesh

M. Aminul Islam Akanda ()
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M. Aminul Islam Akanda: American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB)

AIUB Bus Econ Working Paper Series from American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB), Office of Research and Publications (ORP)

Abstract: This macro-level research analyzed sequential changes in agricultural policies and evaluated their impacts among various groups of farmers classified based on the land ownership. All supply-side agricultural policies from their origins to current year were divided into four phases where, government supports for agriculture were changed from adverse circumstances support, to direct enormous support, to reform-embedded support, and finally to collaborative support with private sector and Non-government Organizations (NGOs). The changing policies favored all types of farmers among whose reform policies contributed more. The small farmers in the past were not benefited from government policies but they were lately more benefited from coherent policies emphasized on the development of land-poor farmers.

Pages: 19
Date: 2008-04, Revised 2008-04
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