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Agricultural diversification in Indonesia

Klaus Altemeier

Agricultural diversification in Indonesia

price responses and linkages in the foodcrop sector, 1969-1988 : an outlook to 2000

by Klaus Altemeier

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Published by Regional Co-ordination Centre for Research and Development of Coarse Grains, Pulses, Roots and Tuber Crops in the Humid Tropics of Asia and the Pacific in Bogor, Indonesia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Indonesia.,
    • Food crops -- Indonesia.,
    • Agricultural diversification -- Indonesia.,
    • Agricultural prices -- Indonesia.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 51-62).

      StatementKlaus Altem
      SeriesWorking paper ;, 11, Working paper (ESCAP Regional Co-ordination Centre for Research and Development of Coarse Grains, Pulses, Roots and Tuber Crops in the Humid Tropics of Asia and the Pacific) ;, 11.
      ContributionsBottema, J. W. T.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD2082 .A718 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 136 p. :
      Number of Pages136
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1384589M
      ISBN 109798059441
      LC Control Number92942321

        Agricultural diversification is strongly influenced by price policy, infrastructure development (especially markets and roads), urbanization and technological improvements. Rainfed areas have benefited more as a result of agricultural diversification in favor of Agricultural diversification should be coconut-based but due to lack of technological adaption this region is yet to move away from the agriculture dominance. Major thrust should be given for value addition, moving away from traditional method of cultivation to modern ://

      Agriculture, Diversification, and Gender in Rural Africa Longitudinal Perspectives from Six Countries Edited by Agnes Andersson Djurfeldt, Fred Mawunyo Dzanku, and Aida Cuthbert Isinika. Uses a unique dataset following smallholders across six countries; Benefits from a cross-country comparative approach   AGRICULTURAL DIVERSIFICATION AND INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE: A CASE STUDY OF TENANCY CONTRACT IN INDONESIA SHIGEKI YOKOYAMA I. INTRODUCTION HE purpose of this paper is to examine how “agricultural development,” which is expressed here as diversification and commercialization, caused a

      Downloadable! The New Economics of Labor Migration (NELM) hypothesizes that migration is a strategy to reduce risks and financial liquidity constraints of rural households. This paper tests this hypothesis for the case of Vietnam. The impacts of migration on agricultural production and diversification are estimated in fixed effects regression models based on a panel data set of about 2,   CURRENT STATUS OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION IN INDONESIA Indonesian Center for Agricultural Engineering Research and Development, IAARD MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA AstuUnadi Page 1 of 21 () Files/ARt/


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Agricultural diversification in Indonesia: price responses and linkages in the foodcrop sector, an outlook to [Klaus Altemeier; J W T Bottema] The present book enriched with selected case studies will be particularly useful for students, teachers, researchers and scientists working in the area of rainfed agriculture and agricultural planning for sustainable â " I DIVERSIFICATION: NEED OF THE HOUR :// Agricultural diversification in Indonesia book inthe book is the proceedings volume of the 23rd International Conference of Agricultural Economists, held in Sacramento, California, in August It continues the series of triennial IAAE ://   Many developing countries are trying to promote agricultural diversification among smallholders because they feel that smallholders are too dependent upon a narrow range of crops.

Fieldwork among smallholder rattan cultivators in Southern Borneo, Indonesia, suggests that smallholders do maintain a poorly diversified portfolio of agricultural :// This book covers the agricultural value chain issues that occur in different parts of the world and aims to increase our understanding about the sustainable agricultural value chain paradigm.

By reading through these chapters, the readers will witness various interesting, sometimes sad, commonalities among different regions of the world, where smallholder farmers and producers are severely On the household scale, we use agricultural surveys from more t households located in 18 African countries.

In a next step, we use the relationship between rainfall, rainfall variability, and farming diversity to determine the available diversification options for farmers on the continental ://   Diversification, which has long been a goal of agricultural policy, has taken on a broader meaning to include expanding the types of employment opportunities available in rural areas.

A priority for trade policy is to enhance Indonesia’s industrial competitiveness and to move up the value-added processing   This book consists of papers from the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) research project on “Agricultural Development, Trade and Regional Cooperation in Developing East Asia” in Fiscal Year It aims to address the twin issues of the growing opportunities for agricultural development and trade arising   of production; (b) diversification of agricultural activities for increased output value; (c) increased farm size; (d) expansion in off-farm income; and (e) complete exit or departure from the farming system.

The book asks the crucial question: What are likely to be the most successful strategies for small farmers in each system, and what sort   Diversification is an act of an existing entity branching out into a new business opportunity.

This corporate strategy enables the entity to enter into a new market segment which it does not already operate in. The decision to diversify can prove to be a challenging decision for the entity as it can lead to extraordinary rewards with ://   The Growth and Development of the Indonesian Economy Economic Developments Indonesia’s economy has expanded strongly over recent decades, notwithstanding the sharp economic contraction that occurred during the – Asian financial crisis (Graph 1 and Table 1).

This strong pace of growth has seen This book provides an examination of the economic development of the Indonesian agricultural sector in an historical perspective. It draws on the rich store of economic and demographic data published in the colonial Dutch era as well as on recent statistical evidence produced by agencies of   Economic diversification is vital to long-term economic growth.

Vibrant economies In this regard, the experiences of Chile, Indonesia and Malaysia stand out. tothe share of mining products in total Chilean From exports declined from   agricultural GDP to support agricultural research in the country (less than even Bangladesh, and well below the recommended level of 1 percent); Malaysia and Thailand allocate more than 10 percent of total government expenditure on agriculture to support agricultural research, the share in Indonesia is less than 4   1.

Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world.2 The nation’s total land area is around million hectares (ha), of which some 55 million ha are agricultural, and million ha are forest. Of the agricultural land, 24 million ha consist of arable land, with 20 million ha under permanent ://   economic development in Indonesia ( to present).

Since then, when the government relaxed the restrictions and promoted export -oriented policies, FDI increased.

It contributed to higher diversification in manufacturing industries in Indonesia. Diversification was in fact also being supported by the relocation of factories from Some studies describe the status of agricultural diversification and its potential in the rice-based systems of Southeast Asia, especially Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and :// Determinants of agricultural la nd use diversification in eastern and northeastern India.

Journal of Agriculture, Food Syst ems, and Community Development, 3 (1), 73–   the agricultural sector in many developing countries is underperforming, in part because women, who represent a crucial resource in agriculture and the rural economy through their roles as farmers, labourers and entrepreneurs, almost everywhere face more severe.

Sign-up to receive email updates with latest news, publications, research results, events, and policy ://  the yield of food grain in irrigated areas is almost twice that in rain-fed agriculture. Per capita availability of food grains has declined from g per day in to g in and this trend has to be arrested.

The infrastructure for agricultural diversification, reducing post harvest losses of perishables, value addition to Files/A/  of the agricultural resource base, and human resources development contributed to success in the sector. As a result, the value of agricultural exports grew by 11% yearly, accounting for 23% of total Indonesian exports.

InIndonesia temporarily achieved rice self-sufficiency. Rural poverty was reduced from % in to % in