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ACPC 1992-03: The Borrowing Experience of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBS), 1985-1989: Results of the 1990 Survey of the Welfare of ARBS, Issues and Policy Implications

This paper presents the responses to questions under the credit module of the Survey of the Welfare of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries (ARBs), Issues and Policy Implications, jointly conducted by the Social Weather Station (SWS) and Bureau of Agricultural Statistics (BAS) from June 02 to July 30, 1990. The discussions are organized into three major sections: Chapter I which incorporates subsections on sampling design and estimation procedure; Chapter II which presents an analysis of the survey results; and finally, Chapter III which contains the major findings, issues and policy implications.

Agricultural Credit Policy Council
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Casuga, Magdalena S.; Morte, Edna B.; agrarian reform; welfare issues; welfare; Bureau of Agricultural Statistics (BAS);
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