Infrastructure, Output Supply and Input Demand in Philippine Agriculture: Provisional Estimates
Robert E. Evenson
Philippine Journal of Development from Philippine Institute for Development Studies
This article has been presented at the Workshop on Methods for Agricultural Policy Analysis held at the UP Los BaÃ±os on August 13-14, 1985. Estimation results indicate that all technological variables exhibit a strong bias for fertilizer and tractor use. Furthermore, research shows a bias against labor use while extension and high-yielding variety highly depends on the labor sector.
Keywords: research and development sector; infrastructure; agriculture sector; research; econometric modeling; fertilizer industry; extension services (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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