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SEARCA AJAD 2017 14-2: Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development Vol. 14 No. 2

AJAD Volume 14 No. 2 tackles nine diverse topics of country-specific, regional, and global scopes: Livelihood Vulnerability to Climate Change in Indonesia; Challenges and Opportunities in the Ecosystem Approach to Small-scale Fisheries Management in the Philippines; Profitability and Competitiveness Analysis of Rice Farming in Malaysia; Climate Change Adaptive Behavior in SEA Coastal Communities; Seasonal Unit Root Hypothesis in Price Indices of Agricultural Commodities in India; Price and Profitability of Major Pulses in India; Neighborhood and Spillover Effects on Technical Efficiency of Irrigated Rice Farmers; and Book Reviews on Coexistence of GMO and Conventional Foods, and on Nutrition Economics.

Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture
Authors Keywords
Ktut Murniati; Fazleen Abdul Fatah; Judahlyn P. Saceda; Alvin G. Tallada; Angelito C. Alolod; Idohna Leah J. Buendia; Maripaz L. Perez; Len R. Garces; Leslie S. Callanta-Mariano; Lope B. Santos III; Slamet Hartono; Irham; Jangkung Handoyo Mulyo; Stephan V; climate change, livelihood vulnerability, EAFM, rice profitability, seasonal root hypothesis in price, pulses, technical efficiency spillover effects, GMO, nutrition economics;
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