Research on World Agricultural Economy

ISSN:2737-4785(Online)

      2737-4777(Print) 

Email: rwae@nassg.org

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Aims and Scope

Research on World Agricultural Economy is an international, open access peer-reviewed journal focusing on research in agricultural economics, disseminating international agricultural development theories, and promoting advanced international agricultural achievements. The journal aims to explore new era international agricultural development approaches, promote the exchange and development of agricultural research, spread cutting-edge concepts, technologies, and achievements in related disciplines, and promote the development of agricultural economy.

The scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Agricultural economics
  • Agricultural marketing
  • Agribusiness management
  • Agricultural productivity and innovation
  • Agricultural products trade and circulation
  • Food security
  • Agricultural resources and environment
  • Advanced technology research and promotion
  • International agricultural policy and development 

Journal Abbreviation: Res. World Agric. Econ.

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Posted: 2022-09-09
 
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Vol 3, No 3 (2022)

Table of Contents

Research Article

K. Nirmal Ravi Kumar

Article ID: 559
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Abstract: It is known that inability of the farmers to exploit the available production technologies results in lower efficiencies of production. So, the measurement of technical efficiency in agricultural crops in developing countries like India gained renewed attention since the late 1980s from an increa...
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Prabhakar Kumar, Ankhila R. Handral, Biswajit Monda, R. K. Yadav, P. Anbukkani

Article ID: 560
Views - 151  (Abstract) PDF - 49  (Download)
Abstract: Bundelkhand region contributes more than half of total pulse area of the Uttar Pradesh state but the productivity is below the state average, which calls for various technological interventions, development of infrastructure and marketing strategies. This study assessed the profitability of pulse...
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Asmera Adicha Adicha Adala, Yidnekachew Alemayehu, Gedion Ermias, Dawit Darcho

Article ID: 568
Views - 83  (Abstract) PDF - 25  (Download)
Abstract: Korarima is a known cash crop in the South Omo zone and provides a wide range of economic and sociocultural benefits. Even though its economic and socio-cultural importance the development of the Korarima sector along with the value chain is hampered by several constraints. Hence, the study aimed...
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Abera Gayesa Tirfi

Article ID: 580
Views - 92  (Abstract) PDF - 26  (Download)
Abstract: This study investigated barley output supply response determinant factors in Ethiopia. An ARDL bound test approach was employed as method using secondary data from 1981-2020. The study demonstrated that barley output supply was affected positively and significantly by zero-order lagged seasonal r...
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Daria Loginova

Article ID: 612
Views - 126  (Abstract) PDF - 33  (Download)
Abstract: This study summarises the main agricultural policies in Russia during 2014 and uses a sharp regression discontinuity design over time and data from the International Trade Centre to estimate the short-term effects of exchange rate liberalisation in November 2014 on import prices in Russian food m...
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