Structural change in agricultural production: Economics, technology and policy
In: Handbook of Agricultural Economics
Over the last few decades, the structure of agricultural production around the world has been changing. An economic analysis of the factors influencing this evolution is presented. Special attention is given to the role of technology and resource mobility. Linkages with changes in market conditions are also evaluated.
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