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Total Factor Productivity Growth in Agriculture: A Malmquist Index Analysis of 14 Countries, 1979-2008

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  • Zúniga-González, Carlos Alberto

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This paper don´t was submitted on the conference, however the author participated on the event. He member of the European Association of Agricultual Ecnomist (EAAE)

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  • Zúniga-González, Carlos Alberto, 2011. "Total Factor Productivity Growth in Agriculture: A Malmquist Index Analysis of 14 Countries, 1979-2008," Conference Papers 114036, National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, León (Unan-León), Researching Center for Applied Economics (RCAE).
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    Total Factor Productivity Growth; Malmquist Index; Data Envelopment Analysis; Productivity Analysis; D: 24; O: 13; O: 47; P: 51; Q: 10;

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