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The Impact of Infrastructure on Agricultural Productivity

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  • Gilberto M Llanto

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This paper provides an empirical basis for the perceived link between rural infrastructure and agricultural productivity. It validates the hypothesis that deficiencies in rural infrastructure e.g., transportation, energy, and related infrastructure have an adverse impact on agricultural productivity. [DISCUSSION PAPER SERIES NO. 2012-12]

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  • Gilberto M Llanto, 2012. "The Impact of Infrastructure on Agricultural Productivity," Working Papers id:4991, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:4991
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    1. Manjunath, Soumya & Kannan, Elumalai, 2015. "Effect of rural infrastructure on agricultural development: District level analysis in Karnataka," Working Papers 345, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore.
    2. Clarete, Ramon L. & Villamil, Isabela Rosario G., 2015. "Readiness of the Philippine Agriculture and Fisheries Sectors for the 2015 ASEAN Economic Community: A Rapid Appraisal," Discussion Papers DP 2015-43, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
    3. Clarete, Ramon L. & Villamil, Isabela Rosario G., 2015. "Readiness of the Philippine Agriculture and Fisheries Sectors for the 2015 ASEAN Economic Community: A Rapid Appraisal," Research Paper Series DP 2015-43, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
    4. Patalinghug, Epictetus E., 2017. "Assessment of Planning and Programming for Capital Projects at the National and Agency Levels," Discussion Papers DP 2017-37, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.

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