Is Access to Tractor Service a Binding Constraint for Nepali Terai Farmers?
Hiroyuki Takeshima (),
Rajendra Prasad Adhikari and
Anjani Kumar ()
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Using results from the three rounds of Nepal Living Standard Surveys (conducted in 1995, 2003, and 2010), this study empirically assesses whether access to rented tractors or custom hiring services is a binding constraint on the income growth of farm households in Nepal.
Keywords: tractor rental; access constraint; propensity score matching; heterogeneous treatment effect; generalized propensity score matching; Nepal; Living Standard Surveys; technology; indivisibility (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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