4 edition of Land policies and farm productivity in Thailand found in the catalog.
Land policies and farm productivity in Thailand
|Statement||Gershon Feder ... [et al.].|
|Series||A World Bank research publication|
|Contributions||Feder, Gershon, 1947-, World Bank.|
|LC Classifications||HD2080.55 .L36 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 165 p. :|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||88012059|
ample, that as little as 15% of land in Kenya and Uganda is formally titled.5 In Mali, only a small fraction of smallholders have title to land they cultivate.6 Benefits of secure land rights Secure land rights are a foundational building block for agricultural productivity, as well as for economic and social empowerment of producer families. land rentals is 70 percent higher when controlling for non-market rentals (i.e., those with a pre-harvest rental rate of zero). These results are important as they provide novel and direct comprehensive evidence of improved resource allocation and agricultural productivity as a result of land reallocations via rental activity.
the estimation of agricultural/land productivity. If small farmers report to be cultivating more land than they actually are, their ‘true’ yields are actually even larger than what one would compute using self-reported land quantities. Output Per Acre and Farm Size Yields Bias (GPS minus GPS Self-reported self-report) US$/acre %File Size: KB. Productivity in Thailand increased to points in the fourth quarter of from points in the third quarter of Productivity in Thailand averaged points from until , reaching an all time high of points in the first quarter of and a record low of points in the third quarter of This page provides - Thailand Productivity- actual .
agricultural productivity learnt from various studies. The following section would construct the model to examine the pattern of agricultural productivity to the poverty. The results from the model are discussed in the next section. Lastly, the paper would end with suggesting the policy recommendation in hope of solving Thai poverty Size: KB. Impacts of agricultural policies on productivity and sustainability performance in agriculture: A literature review This report reviews the evidence base on how agricultural policies impact environmental sustainability and productivity of the agriculture sector, including the potentially contradictory signals policies may send.
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Land policies and farm productivity in Thailand. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Land policies and farm productivity in Thailand.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book. Land policies and farm productivity in Thailand (English) Abstract.
This study assesses the economic implications of land ownership security in rural Thailand. It uses data from this country to rigorously analyze several aspects of land ownership security.
It provides both qualitative and quantiative information on the Author: Gerald C. Nelson. Land Policies and Farm Productivity in Thailand (World Bank) [Gershon, Professor Feder, Onchan, Professor Tongroj, Chalamwong, Professor Yongyuth, Hongladarom, Professor Chira] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Land Policies and Farm Productivity in Thailand (World Bank)Author: Professor Feder Gershon, Professor Tongroj Onchan, Professor Yongyuth Chalamwong. This study assesses the economic implications of land ownership security in rural Thailand.
It uses data from this country to rigorously analyze several aspects of land ownership security. It provides both qualitative and quantiative information on the effects of ownership security.
The study presents a conceptual model and literature review and is followed by separate. Land policies and farm productivity in Thailand / Gershon Feder (et at.). "Published for the World Bank." Bibliography: p. Includes Index.
ISBN 1. Agricultural productivity-Thailand-Econometric models. Land titles-Registration and transfer-Thailand. Feder, Gershon, II. International Bank for ReconstructionFile Size: 6MB. Consequently, the productivity of land is low.
Government Policy: Agricultural policy of the government also affects the productivity of land. If the government passes laws to pass the ownership of land to cultivators, to consolidate holdings, to regulate land rents, to abolish intermediaries, etc., the productivity of land will increase.
Estimates of productivity growth in the U.S. farm sector forand estimates of the growth/relative levels of productivity across States for Note: Updates of the State-level statistics are suspended. (Quality of national statistics is preserved.). Land Reform and Productivity: A Quantitative Analysis with Micro Datay Tasso Adamopoulos York University Diego Restuccia University of Toronto February Abstract We assess the e ects of a major land policy change on farm size and agricultural productivity, using a quantitative model and micro-level Size: KB.
Land reform and agricultural productivity in India: a review of the evidence Maitreesh Ghatak∗ and Sanchari Roy∗∗ Abstract In this paper we review as well as contribute to the empirical literature on the impact of land reform on agricultural productivity in India.
We ﬁnd that, overall for all states, land-reform legislation had a. Productivity of Lands: Concept and Definition: Here we discuss relationship between size of lands and the productivity of lands as to whether the small farms are more productive as compared with large farms.
Normally, it is said that there exists an inverse relationship between size of lands and the productivity of lands. Agriculture in Thailand is highly competitive, diversified and specialized and its exports are very successful internationally.
Rice is the country's most important crop, with some 60 percent of Thailand's 13 million farmers growing it on fully half of Thailand's cultivated land.
Thailand is a major exporter in the world rice market. Rice exports in amounted to percent of GDP. prudent farm or ranch managers located in Titus County are assumed to have similar equipment of similar value and utility.
Simply stated a substantial tract is a tract of land large enough to be farmed by itself in a typically prudent manner. Area File Size: 2MB.
In Zimbabwe, policies on agrarian land reform under president Robert Mugabe especially in and followingsplit large farms into many smaller farms, this decreased productivity.
Marxist agrarian land reform in the Soviet Union, China and Vietnam combined small farms into larger units, this was incredibly successful in terms of productivity. Land, income, wealth, and human fertility among rural farm families in the central plain of Thailand [microform] / Article Do Location and Cross-border Activity Matter in the Presence of Cross.
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Land Policies and Farm Productivity in Thailand. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins. Land productivity can indicate the land’s ability to support and sustain life and is useful for identifying land degradation.
A common measure of land productivity is derived from time series of the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI), which is a greenness index obtained from satellite-measured reflectances of the land.
According to Suphannachart and Warr (), the irrigation area contributes to only 9% of total agricultural land and a few portion of annual government budget is allocated to agricultural R&D in spite of their significant impacts on agricultural productivity improvement in Thailand.
REFERENCE. Center for Applied Economic Research (CAER). Downloadable. Agricultural development policy in Thailand over the past few decades has been geared not only to the nation’s food security, but also to export earnings.
Thailand is a food surplus country at the macro level but food accessibility at the household level remains a problem, particularly in remote rural areas. The recent increase in food price and production cost has.
20% productivity growth resulting from the tenancy registration program. In our sample less than 5% of cultivable land area was involved directly in the tenancy reform, and less than 4% of farms leased in land. These ﬁgures are consistent with evidence concerning the incidence of tenancy from other sources such as the National Sample Survey.
Land productivity: Due to the low response rate and the different national approaches used for the assessment of land productivity, it was not possible to derive a baseline or carry out a statistical analysis or even a simplified analysis of the land productivity data provided.
Current Stage of Agricultural Development in Thailand In general, when we look at the pattern of agricultural development, it can be largely affected by the ability of its production elements.
According to Yamada (), the existence of an “S-curve development pattern” has been revealed among the labor ratio and land productivity.Therefore, there is a need for the review of the land tenure system in order to clearly and sufficiently define tenure rights on TCT so, as to promote land productivity.
Discover the world's.Innovation, Productivity and Sustainability in Food and Agriculture. This report contains the main findings and policy lessons gained from a series of wide-ranging country reviews on how government policies can improve sectoral productivity and sustainability through their impact on innovation, structural change, natural resource use, and climate change.