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Nhan đề: Farm size and productivity: empirical evidence from rural Vietnam
Tác giả: Hoa, Vu Thi
Tung, Phung Duc
Waibel, Hermann
Từ khoá: Farm size
The land reform
Agricultural development
Năm xuất bản: Sep-2012
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Conference on International Research on Food Security, Natural Resource Management and Rural Development;
Tóm tắt: The inverse relationship between farm size and productivity is a major hypothesis of agricultural development which is particularly relevant for the land reform debates in developing countries. In thecourse of Vietnam’s economic reforms, agricultural productionhas attained high growth rates. However, land market is still in its infancy and the allocation of agricultural landto the most productive farms does not take place to the necessary extent. The land-man ratio is a constraint for the development of efficient farm sizes. In this paper,we submit an empirical test for the inverse relationship betweenfarm size and land productivity in three provincesin Vietnam. Additionally, we investigate to what extent farm size affects labour productivity in agriculture.
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