By G. ANTONELLI and A. QUADRIO-CURZIO (Eds.)
The examine released right here constitutes a profound mirrored image on what's happening on the earth of agriculture on the threshold of the 12 months 2000. The e-book makes an attempt to move past a slender sectoral research of the first region. It units out to concentration as a substitute at the dynamic and cutting edge facets of the agrotechnological method constituted by means of the advanced interdependence of the agro-production, agro-food, agro-industrial and agro-ecological subsystems. The authors, across the world well known students and scientists, take on the main urgent modern economics concerns from either a theoretical and policy-making perspective. 3 various strains of analysis are pursued referring to, first, the evolution and developments of global and ecu agricultural creation, moment, agricultural surplus formation and productiveness dynamics within the economies of industrialized nations, and, finally, the vacation spot of agricultural outputs and land allotment below the effect of agro-bio-technologies
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The examine released right here constitutes a profound mirrored image on what's occurring on the planet of agriculture on the threshold of the 12 months 2000. The publication makes an attempt to head past a slender sectoral research of the first quarter. It units out to concentration as a substitute at the dynamic and leading edge facets of the agrotechnological procedure constituted by means of the complicated interdependence of the agro-production, agro-food, agro-industrial and agro-ecological subsystems.
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The traditional way of looking at sectoral policies in a slowly changing long-term planning framework is no longer quite appropriate since agriculture is a very important part of the traded sector. Policies that bear on it have a crucial role to play even in the short run. This experience has placed new demands for flexibility and adaptability on policymaking and has highlighted the linkages between economy-wide and sectoral policies. Perhaps the most important mechanism through which economy-wide policies affect agriculture is the real exchange rate, to which a great deal of attention has recently been given.
It was everywhere dualistic, with small-scale industry and agriculture lagging behind. Agricultural improvements diffused significantly only under special circumstances. Growth spread to the agricultural sector only where agricultural institutions provided a sufficient, increasing, and widely distributed surplus for home market expansion; and where governments built transport networks linking internal markets, provided agricultural extension, and educated their populations — as in Germany and Japan.
4. Conclusions What does this review of the nineteenth century development experience have to contribute on agricultural policy today? We shall hazard a few thoughts on lessons to be drawn from history. First and foremost is the conclusion that, for economic growth which is both selfsustained and welfare enhancing, the development of an agricultural system providing for a substantially, widely distributed marketable surplus is essential. Of the strategies that we have reviewed, only those based on good tenurial institutions and developed human resources accomplished this objective.