Agrarian Structure and Productivity in Developing Countries: A Study Prepared for the International Labour Office Within the Framework of the World Employment Programme
John Hopkins University Press, 1979 - Technology & Engineering - 248 pages
Theories on the relationship of farm size to productivity and technical change; Cross-country tests: extensive data; Intensive hypothesis tests for selected countries.
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