2 edition of agricultural development of Argentina found in the catalog.
agricultural development of Argentina
Darrell Fischer Fienup
Bibliography: p. 421-437.
|Statement||[by] Darrell F. Fienup, Russell H. Brannon [and] Frank A. Fender. Foreword by Lowell S. Hardin.|
|Series||Bench mark studies on agricultural development in Latin America, no. 3, Praeger special studies in international economics and development.|
|Contributions||Brannon, Russell H., joint author., Fender, Frank A., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||S475.A7 F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 437 p.|
|Number of Pages||437|
|LC Control Number||69019025|
Learning from successes in agricultural development is now more urgent than ever. Progress in feeding the world’s billions has slowed, while the challenge of meeting future food needs remains enormous and is subject to new uncertainties in the global food and agricultural systems. Argentina (ärjəntē´nə, Span. ärhāntē´nä), officially Argentine Republic, republic ( est. pop. 43,,), 1,, sq mi (2,, sq km), S South ina is bordered by Chile on the west, Bolivia and Paraguay on the north, Brazil and Uruguay .
larities that distinguish these three agricultural competitors. In addition, it sets the stage for a later discussion of agricultural development in Argentina and Brazil by comparing their population and economic characteristics, land base, the climate for each country’s principal areas of agricultural production, and finally, the. Agricultural Policy in Developing Countries. Editors: Islam, N. (Ed.) Free Preview. Buy this book eBook ,79 Agricultural Exports and Economic Development: The Case of Argentina. Pages Agricultural Development and Employment Expansion: A Case Study of Japan.
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The Review examines the key issues that have shaped the development of Argentina’s agricultural sector over the last two decades and presents a quantitative evaluation of support provided through Argentina’s domestic and trade policies.
This study incorporates. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fienup, Darrell Fischer, Agricultural development of Argentina. New York, Praeger  (OCoLC) The agricultural development of Argentina;: A policy and development perspective (Bench mark studies on agricultural development in Latin America, no.
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Book Description. Sustainable Intensification (SI) has recently emerged as a key concept for agricultural development, recognising that yields must increase to feed agricultural development of Argentina book growing world population, but it must be achieved without damage to the environment, on finite land.
In The Political Economy of Agricultural Booms: Managing Soybean Production in Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, Mariano Turzi examines agribusiness and the political economy it generates through an analysis of three case studies of Latin America’s soybean production. This is a rewarding book that substantially contributes to understandings of agroeconomics and development, writes Josselin.
COUNTR FACT SHEET ON FOOD AND AGRICULTURE POLICY TRENDS Argentina AUGUST Socio-economic context and role of agriculture Argentina is an upper middle income country with a wealth of natural resources, being the second largest country in South America and eighth largest in the world.
As ofit had a gross domestic product (GDP) of more thanFile Size: KB. Get this from a library. Water management & agricultural development: a case study of the Cuyo region of Argentina. [Kenneth D Frederick]. Agricultural Development in Brazil: The Rise of a Global Agro-food Power As it covers the most relevant traits of Brazilian agricultural and rural development, the book will provide the reader with an encompassing view of contemporary Brazilian agriculture, including the positive and negative sides of the so-called tropical agriculture.
Agriculture is one of the bases of Argentina's economy. Argentine agriculture is relatively capital intensive, today providing about 7% of all employment, and, even during its period of dominance aroundaccounting for no more than a third of all labor.
Having accounted for nearly 20% of GDP as late asit adds, directly, less than 10% today. Argentina is one of the countries with a vibrant agricultural sector, which provides both economic development opportunities and environmental challenges.
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Argentina has vast natural resources in energy and agriculture. Within its million square kilometers of territory, Argentina is endowed with extraordinary fertile lands, gas and lithium reserves, and has great potential for renewable energy.
It is a leading food producer with. Argentina - Argentina - Agriculture, forestry, and fishing: Argentina is one of the world’s major exporters of soybeans and wheat, as well as meat.
It is also one of the largest producers of wool and wine, but most of its wine is consumed domestically. Although agriculture is an important source of export earnings, it now accounts for a small percentage of the overall GDP, and it employs.
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Ratings of Second Provincial Agricultural Development Project for Argentina were as follows: outcomes were moderately unsatisfactory, risk to development outcome was moderate, Bank performance was moderately unsatisfactory, and Borrower performance was. Water Management and Agricultural Development book.
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The best books on Argentina: start your reading here. Our tour of Argentina covers the tango and Buenos Aires, the dirty war and an eclectic overview of the country and its Author: Pushpinder Khaneka.The Food and Agriculture Reviews provide a comprehensive assessment of agricultural policies and calculate a set of policy indicators developed by the OECD.
These indicators are regularly used in the analysis of the agriculture and food sector in OECD countries and several emerging economies. This review analyses both the indicators available for Argentina and the main agricultural policy.This book examines how policies, programs, and investments in pro-poor agricultural development have helped to substantially reduce hunger across Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
The 20 success stories presented here provide both lessons and inspiration for continued efforts to eradicate hunger and malnutrition among the one billion people.