Growth theories, old and new: and the role of agriculture in economic development
Nicholas Stern, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Agriculture and Economic Development Analysis Division
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1996 - Social Science - 126 pages
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1.6 Regression results advanced sector agricultural output agriculture in economic AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY SERVICES agriculture to growth analysis assumptions average Barro base year base capital-output ratio Chenery constant returns consumption Contribution of agriculture crucial developing countries discussion dual economy economic development economic growth empirical endogenous growth theories equal equation example exogenous factor fertiliser Green Revolution growth models Hayami and Ruttan hectare human capital income increasing returns inputs INTERCEP investment labour productivity land land-labour ratios LDCs learning-by-doing Lewis model lndia marginal product metaproduction function non-agricultural output per head output per hectare Prob>F production functions proportional to capital R-square rate of growth Regression results Quadratic relationship results Quadratic regression returns to scale role of agriculture savings rate seen shadow price share of agriculture Solow TABLE 1.6 Regression technical change technical progress technologies traditional sector variables wage