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JPD 1986 Vol. XIII Nos. 1&2-c: Infrastructure, Output Supply and Input Demand in Philippine Agriculture: Provisional Estimates

This article has been presented at the Workshop on Methods for Agricultural Policy Analysis held at the UP Los Baņos on August 13-14, 1985. Estimation results indicate that all technological variables exhibit a strong bias for fertilizer and tractor use. Furthermore, research shows a bias against labor use while extension and high-yielding variety highly depends on the labor sector.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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Evenson, Robert E.; research and development sector; infrastructure; agriculture sector; research; econometric modeling; fertilizer industry; extension services;
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