Agricultural Growth and Rural Performance: A Philippine Perspective
Philippine Journal of Development from Philippine Institute for Development Studies
Usual indicators of intertemporal rural performance are technically flawed mainly because of the â€œshiftingâ€ of the physical area of the rural sector as population grows and/or economic activity expands. This problem is illustrated here using Philippine recovery data. Also shown is the fact that Green Revolution has not substantially alleviated rural poverty in the Philippines.
Keywords: poverty alleviation; agriculture sector; investment; poverty; road (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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