Agricultural credit and production efficiency

a case study
  • 67 Pages
  • 3.14 MB
  • English
Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research , Ibadan
Agricultural credit -- Nigeria -- Ondo (State) -- Case studies., Agricultural productivity -- Nigeria -- Ondo (State) -- Case stu


Nigeria, Ondo (S

StatementAde Olomola.
SeriesNISER monograph series ;, no. 4, N.I.S.E.R. monograph series ;, 1988, no. 4.
LC ClassificationsHG2051.N62 O536 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 67 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1981334M
ISBN 109781810564
LC Control Number90226760

Agricultural credit and production efficiency: a case study.

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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Does Agriculture Credit Affect Production Efficiency. In addition to this, lack of access to institutional credit is considered a main constraint to agriculture production. This constraint becomes more severe due the seasonality of agriculture.

For the welfare of the small farmersCited by: 2. is a platform for academics to share research papers. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS ELSEVIER Agricultural Economics 10 () Efficiency in agricultural production: the case of peasant farmers in eastern Paraguay Boris E.

Bravo-Ureta Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, The University of Connecticut, Storrs Road, U, Storrs, CTUSA Robert E. Evenson Department of Economics, Yale Cited by: An agricultural credit system must allow free transfer of resources between sectors, between regions and across income classes so as to bring about an efficient allocation of a developing country’s scarce resources.

It must finance the needs arising from the burgeoning technological revolution in agricultural Cited by: 5. Production credit is essential for enhancing the technical efficiency (TE) and the welfare of smallholder farmers in Africa.

The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of credit on smallholders’ TE using cross-sectional data from maize-producing households in Northern Ghana. Effects of agricultural credit facility on the agricultural production and rural development. an d seminar papers as well as text book s and.

effectiveness and efficiency in farm. The Productivity of Agricultural Credit in India Sudha Narayanan 1 Abstract This study examines the nature of the relationship between formal agricultural credit and agric ultural GDP in India, specifically the role of the former in supporting agricultural growth, using state level panel data covering the period to   – The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of agricultural credit on technical efficiency of Ghanaian maize farmers using a unique dataset drawn from the database of Sub-Saharan Africa’s intensification of food crops agriculture (Afrint II) in period., – In this study, a two-stage estimation procedure is employed to determine impact of agricultural credit on technical.

Book Detail: Principles of Agricultural Economics with MCQ Language: English Pages: Author: TNAU Price: Free Agriculture at a Glance Book Outlines of Principles of Agricultural Economics Economics – Definition and Nature & Scope of Economics – Divisions of Economics Economic systems – Definitions and characteristics – capital economy – socialist economy Mixed economy Theory of.

ability according activities adopted agricultural credit agricultural development agricultural finance agriculturists amount aspects assets bearing better borrower capacity capital cash cent co-operative credit commercial banks Committee consumption cost credit agencies crop loan Crores cultivation CVBs debt demand depends direct economic Reviews: 1.

valuesand respectively. Above 80% impact was of credit on agricultural gross domestic product with F = significant at 0%.Only credit for seeds, fertilizers etc had greater role in this collective impact.

At the end it was concluded that availability of credit increased agricultural production. Agricultural Credit and Rural Economy An Analysis on the impact of agricultural Credit on rural development Biju Joseph Dr.

Krishnan C Abstract The agriculture sector is crucial for every economy to achieve inclusive growth and poverty reduction. It plays the. The book contains six chapters, each focusing on a particular topic.

The first chapter, “General conditions for cultivation of crops”, talks about the basic needs of farmers and farming sector, by providing basic knowledge on Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), enhancing the awareness of farmers on critical factors.

period tothe proportion of global credit to agriculture stood on average % in Africa, and agricultural loans by banks usually represent less than 5–10 per cent of their total portfolios (FAO, ), and is mainly limited to large farms, and plantations.

guideline of how to perform a credit analysis of an agricultural loan. Background on Lending Industry Agricultural lending is a crucial component in agricultural production because it helps mitigate farming risks and provides guaranteed funding for the yearly operation (Paap ).

Access to credit significantly influences land leasing decisions, and thus ultimately has a significant implication on ensuring efficiency in agricultural production.

This paper attempts to examine the instrumental role of credit in ensuring efficiency in the context of West Bengal agriculture by disaggregating the analysis for two mutually.

Title: Productivity, Technical Efficiency and Farm Size in Paraguayan Agriculture Created Date: 2/21/ AM. Gershon Feder & Lawrence J.

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Lau & Justin Y. Lin & Xiaopeng Luo, "The Relationship between Credit and Productivity in Chinese Agriculture: A Microeconomic Model of Disequilibrium," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol.

essential concepts, such as agricultural productivity and efficiency, often used as synonyms although they cover different dimensions (section 2). Section 3 reviews the main approaches for measuring the productivity of agricultural inputs and production factors.

Credit needs in Agriculture – meaning and definition of credit-classification of credit based on time, purpose, security, lender and borrower. _____ The word “credit” comes from the Latin word “Credo” which means “I believe”. Hence credit is based up on belief, confidence, trust and faith.

Credit is other wise called as loan.

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GIREI, B. DIRE, M.M. ILIYA AND M. SALIHU 1. Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola. Adamawa State 2. credit is the quickest way for boosting agricultural production. Agriculture as a sector depends more on credit than any other sector of the economy because of the seasonal variations in the farmers returns and a changing trend from subsistence to commercial farming.

Credit may provide them opportunity to earn more money and. Credit Hours: 1 + 1=2; Semester:II Prepared by Virender Kumar The widely accepted goal of agricultural economics is to increase efficiency in agriculture.

This means to produce the needed food, fodder, fuel and fibre without agricultural production economics involves the study of factor-product, factor-factor and. Ghorbani () believes that because of high transaction costs and interest rate, efficiency of formal credit payment to farmers in Mazandaran Province of Iran is low.

Chizari and Zare () showed the effect of credit on agricultural production is positive and significant. Agricultural Bank of China. The predecessor of the Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) was the Agricultural Cooperative Bank established in On 15 January the bank was restructured into a joint stock limited liability company.

38 Pak. life soc. Sci. (), 9(1): Role of Agricultural Credit on Production Efficiency of Farming Sector in Pakistan- A Data Envelopment Analysis.

Agricultural Credit: Any of several credit vehicles used to finance agricultural transactions, including loans, notes, bills of exchange and banker's acceptances.

These types of. The study sought to address the question as to whether agricultural credit affects maize productivity in the Nkoranza North District (NND).

The study employed the quasi-experimental and a cross-sectional survey design using the ‘with and without’ method in assessing the effects of microcredit on the production levels of small scale farmers in the district. science, horticulture, plant breeding, agricultural engineering provide input-output relationships in their respective areas inphysical terms i.e.

they define production possibilities within which various choices can be made. Such information is helpful to the farm management in dealing with the problems of production efficiency. This book is based on the syllabi of the subject of agricultural economics in (Ag.) courses offered in the State Agricultural Universities.

Though there are a number of textbooks published covering various branches of agricultural economics separately, there is no textbook so far by Indian authors, covering major branches in tune with the requirements of undergraduates in the faculty of 3/5(5).Get this from a library!

Effectiveness of cooperative credit for agricultural production. [National Council of Applied Economic Research.] -- Study of selected agricultural cooperative credit societies in three districts of Gujarat, Mysore, and Bihar.ABSTRACT Agricultural credit is a practice of receiving loan with interest rates which is used to increase agricultural production.

Agricultural credit now a day’s becomes a serious agenda in economic activities across the globe and it is one of the contributing factors for economic development; especially in the third world countries.