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Nhan đề: Agricultural labor productivity growth in Southern red River Delta’s coastal provinces in Vietnam
Tác giả: Linh, Phi Thi Hong
Huyen, Bui Thi Thanh
Dai, Nguyen Van
Thao, Bui Thai
Từ khoá: Shift-share analysis
Labor productivity
Agricultural structural transformation
Năm xuất bản: 2019
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences;pp. 1 - 11
Tóm tắt: Agricultural labor productivity growth plays a decisive role for the competitiveness of the industries and the whole economy, contributing to the sustainable sectoral development. Using the method of Shift Share Analysis (SSA) to calculate labor productivity growth in agriculture in Southern Red River Delta’s Coastal Provinces provide critical points: (i) Increasing trend in labor productivity growth (ii) Contribution to the increase in intra-industry labor productivity is higher than the contribution of structural transformation to the increase of overall labor productivity (iii) Increase in labor productivity is mainly due to the effect of the "static" impact from industries with low labor productivity to sectors with high labor productivity (iv) Thai Binh is still the local area with the highest growth along with the most outstanding contribution of structural transformation to labor productivity growth. Accordingly, this paper suggests that it is necessary to review local agricultural planning in order to attract investment in agriculture, have breakthrough policies to attract investment in sectoral development, strengthen agricultural production links based on the product value chain and improve labor qualifications for farmers to facilitate the application of scientific and technological advancement in agricultural production.
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