Should Agro-industrial Research be Funded from the Public Purse?: The Case of Integrated Coconut Processing for the South Pacific, Issue 90, Part 1
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The case of integrated coconut processing for the South Pacific
THE ARGUMENT FOR AND AGAINST PUBLIC FUNDING
agricultural processing agricultural sector agro-industrial research agro-industrial technology agronomic research areas Australian National University biomass Botswana Meat Commission burner CGIAR charcoal coconut cream coconut industry coconut products cogeneration Coir Dust coir fibre commodity conventional supply copra production corporate structure crop curve for coconuts de-husking and de-shelling demand shift desiccated coconut developing countries Economics economies of scale edible efficient electricity and process Etherington & Hagen existing coconut Export external economies factory farm level demand farmers Figure final market Food high income countries increase institutional integrated coconut processing K.P. KALIRAJAN Kenya KTDA Labour market failure million monopsony Natural coconut oil nuts per day operating opportunity costs P.G. WARR patent rights Philippines potential present value Price process heat processing plants processing research processing system processing technology public funding R.E. FALVEY RAVALLION relevant Risk aversion S.K. JAYASURIYA smallholder Solomon Islands South Pacific supply shifting tonnes Trade TYERS whole coconut World Bank