Production and Marketing
In: Handbook of Agricultural Economics
Important advancements in agricultural economics have combined the insights of the economic discipline and its analytical paradigm with the practical and scientific knowledge of agriculture. We discuss advancements made in the areas of production and marketing, the characteristics of agricultural economics that distinguish it from general economics, and close with a discussion of the future of agricultural economics.
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