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Growth and sources of agricultural production and productivity in Korea, 1945-1974

Sung Hwan Ban

Growth and sources of agricultural production and productivity in Korea, 1945-1974

by Sung Hwan Ban

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Published by Korea Development Institute in [Seoul] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Korea.
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Korea.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 65-67.

      Statementby Sung Hwan Ban.
      SeriesKorea modernization study series ;, 3, Working paper - Korea Development Institute ;, 7706, Working paper (Hanʼguk Kaebal Yŏnʼguwŏn) ;, 7706.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD2095.5 .B35
      The Physical Object
      Pagination141 p. :
      Number of Pages141
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3896803M
      LC Control Number81458732

      Figure 1- Real GDP Growth Source: Authors’ estimates and predictions based on Central Statistics Office data. Recent Economic Developments Botswana registered a growth rate of per cent in / This was the result of an exceptionally strong performance in the mining sector, which grew by per cent, basically reflecting the expansion ofFile Size: KB. Articles Agricultural Productivity Revisited v. Eldon Ball, Jean-ChristopheBureau, Richard Nehring, and Agapi Somwaru This paper describes production accounts for agriculture. Output is defined as gross production leaving the farm as opposed to real value added. Inputs are not limited to capital and labor but include intermediate inputs as well.

      Abstract: Introduction. The World KLEMS Initiative was established at the First World KLEMS Conference, held at Harvard University in August [i].The purpose of the Initiative is to generate industry-level datasets, consisting of outputs and inputs of capital (K) and labor (L), together with inputs of energy (E), materials (M), and services (S). Two developments underlie this growth: greater use of inputs and growth in what economists call “total factor productivity” (TFP), or the ability to produce more output from each unit of input. TFP growth contributed percentage points to the growth in China’s agricultural output while rising use of inputs contributed percentage points.

      GDP per hour worked is a measure of labour productivity. It measures how efficiently labour input is combined with other factors of production and used in the production process. Labour input is defined as total hours worked of all persons engaged in production. Aside from providing more food, increasing the productivity of farms affects the region's prospects for growth and competitiveness on the agricultural market, income distribution and savings, and labour migration. An increase in a region's agricultural productivity implies a more efficient distribution of scarce resources. As farmers adopt new techniques and differences, the more productive farmers benefit from an increase in their welfare while farmers who are not productive .


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Growth and sources of agricultural production and productivity in Korea, 1945-1974 by Sung Hwan Ban Download PDF EPUB FB2

Growth and sources of agricultural production and productivity in Korea By Sung Hwan Ban. Topics: Agricultural production and productivity, 1945-1974 book production, Productivity, Agricultural development Author: Sung Hwan Ban. Advances in mechanical technology are a primary source of growth in labor productivity; advances in biological technology are a primary source of growth in land productivity.

There are, of course, exceptions to this analytical distinction. For exam-ple, in Japan, horse plowing was developed as a technology to cultivate more deeply to. Increasing food prices have renewed concerns about long-run agricultural demand and supply in the global economy.

This book looks at results, methods, and data on international agricultural productivity for a better understanding of long-run trends and the policies that determine them. By presenting an international assessment of total factor productivity growth in agriculture, including up-to.

Abstract. This paper examines the contributions of public agricultural research, extension, and highway infrastructure to agricultural productivity of regions composed of Cited by: Productivity Growth in World Agriculture: Sources and Constraints by Vernon W.

Ruttan. Published in vol issue 4, pages of Journal of Economic Perspectives, FallAbstract: During the last half-century, advances in crop production came from expansion in areas irrigated from more.

This paper found that the total factor productivity (TFP) growth rate of ICT industry in the United States was much higher than that of the rest of the four countries during – The ICT growth of China, Korea, and Taiwan was input driven, while that of the United States and Japan was TFP driven.

In recent decades, productivity improvements have driven considerable growth in agricultural production,but there are large differences in productivity growth between countries, and by farm type, size and region as illustrated in recent OECD farm-level analyses. Productivity gaps remain significant among farms, and improving the productivity of.

Growth slowed between the late s and late s and accelerated again aftercoincident with expansion in U.S. agriculture exports, fueled by growth in global liquidity and production. During the pre-reform period, the domi- nant source of production growth in Chinese agriculture was the increased use of conventional inputs.

Fertilizer accounted for more than 38% of the total production growth, and power accounted for 25%.Cited by: U.S. agricultural output more than doubled between andwith growth averaging percent per year. With little growth in total measured use of agricultural inputs, the extraordinary.

sources and direction of agricultural productivity growth over time and of agricultural productivity differences among countries which Yujiro Hayami and Vernon W. Ruttan presented in their book on Agricultural Development: An International Perspect.:ve.' In the Hayami-Ruttan study the induced innovation hypothesis was tested against the historicalCited by: zero productivity growth in agriculture (eg Matsuyama ).

Comparisons of productivity growth between agriculture and manufacturing are also instructive for policy on the allocation of research resources and on the definition of intellectual property rights.

In agriculture, much of the research underlying the development of high yielding. Recent attempts to quantify the sources of growth in Chinese agriculture have attributed an exceptionally large share of this growth to the contemporary institutional and market reforms within China.

To analyze this important issue we use a newly constructed panel data set that includes an agricultural research or stock-of-knowledge variable.

ADB Economics Working Paper Series Agriculture and Structural Transformation in Developing Asia: Review and Outlook many Asian countries will still need to promote long term productivity growth in agriculture three (Armenia, the Republic of Korea, and Viet Nam) advanced by two phases; a few (the Philippines and Thailand) remained in the Cited by: Productivity Growth in Agriculture: An International Perspective (Wallingford, UK: CAB International, ).

Improving agricultural productivity has been the world's primary safeguard against a recur-ring Malthusian crisis - where the needs of a growing population outstrip the ability of man and resources to supply food.

Over the past. Major Indicators of Korea. Population Projecti,(persons) Labor Productivity Index; Report on the Industrial Accident Compensation Insurance; Agricultural and Livestock Production Cost Survey; Crop Production Survey; Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery Survey.

To measure the efficiency of agricultural systems, we use total factor productivity (TFP). TFP is an indicator of how efficiently agricultural land, labor, capital, and materials (agricultural inputs) are used to produce a country’s crops and livestock (agricultural output)—it is calculated as the ratio of total agricultural output to total.

Advances in agricultural productivity have led to abundant and affordable food and fiber throughout most of the developed world. Public and private agricultural research has been the foundation and basis for much of this growth and development.

ERS data, research, and analyses quantify agricultural productivity improvements and the sources of improvement, in the U.S.

and. growth exceeding 15 percent in garments and reaching 30 percent in office and computing machines (McCaig and PavcnikTable 5).

Figure 2 illustrates the movement of labor from low‐ to high‐ productivity activities. The growth of manufacturing jobs was particularly rapid in the South East and. Level of GDP per capita and productivity. Level of GDP per capita and productivity.

GDP per capita levels - most recent year Industry contribution to business sector productivity growth.

ULC and its components by main economic activity. Productivity and ULC, Total economy, Quarterly early estimates Agricultural Outlook. Bilateral Trade. Productivity in South Korea increased to points in the fourth quarter of from points in the third quarter of Productivity in South Korea averaged points from untilreaching an all time high of points in the fourth quarter of and a record low of points in the first quarter of This page provides - South Korea Productivity - actual.coping with rapid growth.

In those few countries lacking the people to exploit their natural re-sources, immigration from neighboring countries, if politically feasible, would be less costly and more effective than a fast natural rate of population growth.

And the economic success of many small countriesDenmark, Hong Kong, Singapore, and.In the studies reviewed below, data from farm surveys and secondary sources on farmer awareness, adaptation, and productivity were related to the provision of extension services in different regions and time periods.

9 Productivity is typically measured as production per unit of all inputs (including labour, land, and fertilizer), although in.