2 edition of Effects of farm technology and consequent problems of adjustment found in the catalog.
Effects of farm technology and consequent problems of adjustment
Walter B. Rogers
by Dept. of Agricultural Economics, University of Alberta in Edmonton
Written in English
|Statement||by Walter B. Rogers and George E. Buckmire.|
|Series||Agricultural economics special report,, 6|
|Contributions||Buckmire, George Edward, 1938- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD1407 .A3 no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||77428355|
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The Farm Problem. The farm problem in the United States historically has been considered to be one of relatively low farm : E.C. Pasour. The employees of the Agriculture Adjustment Administration did not see the negative effects that occurred because of the program.
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ENRIQUE MARTÍN DEL CAMPO. WE LIVE IN A COMPLEX INTERNATIONAL setting in which technology has an ever-growing influence on the world economy.
The diffusion of technologies is one factor in the globalization of the marketplace which influences the transculturation process, resulting in shifts in national preferences, values, and aspirations.
The effects of technology can take many forms. Here we shall speak of two main types: economic, and social/political. Both may make themselves felt at many different levels: farm, local, regional, national, and international.
We shall place primary focus on economic effects at the farm and local level. This paper evaluates the role of trade as mechanism of economic adjustment to the impacts of climate change on agriculture. The study uses a model of the world economy able to reflect changes in.
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Standing from this logical ground, this paper aimed at identifying the determinants of agricultural technology adoption decision and examining the impact of adoption on farm income.
STUDY APPROACH 2. 1 Overview As stipulated in the project objectives, the focus of the present study was to identify the range of "on the farm" user adjustment prob- lems associated with major pesticide regulatory decisions, as well"/as to explain user problems and responses to those problems.
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and Walsh, J., Population And Agricultural Change In Rural Ireland, ToTeagasc.