|Other titles||Marketable surplus dilemmas.|
|Series||Andhra University series ;, no. 151|
|LC Classifications||HD9016.I42 P37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||97 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||79904587|
This book is ambitious in both its scope and remit. Its primary focus is the behaviour of the marketable surplus element of farm households’ grain supply since the beginning of the reform period. The early chapters provide very valuable insights into the nature of the rural reform process; it then looks at the impact of the reforms on the structure of rural economy in general and Author: Ping Zong, John Davis. This book is ambitious in both its scope and remit. Its primary focus is the behaviour of the marketable surplus element of farm households’ grain supply since the beginning of the reform period. The early chapters provide very valuable insights into the nature of the rural reform process; it then looks at the impact of the reforms on the structure of rural economy in general and farm households in particular. The book is based on statistical evidence from the market and on extensive field research, including direct interviews with individuals involved in the marketing process. Although the author concentrates on the behaviour of marketable surplus and market performance with special reference to an agricultural market in Bihar, his findings can be. If the output elasticity of marketable surplus falls as output increases, the output elasticity of consumption in creases. Majumdar finds this unaccept able because all consumption studies show that the income elasticity of con sumption falls as income increases.
Book PDF Available. The importance of marketed and marketable surplus has greatly increased owing to the recent changes in agricultural technology as well as social pattern. producer’s. In this context, the marketed surplus is proportionately higher in the case of commercial crops than subsistence crops. Recognizing its importance, the Government of India initiated a nation-wide survey to estimate marketable surplus and post-harvest losses in . Marketable surplus (1 - 2) a. Losses due to spoilage b. Marketed surplus() Cash crop or commercial crop: The larger the quantity actually marketed, greater the cash income to a farmer. Accordingly, crops also came to be known as cash crops, which earn more cash income to the farmers. The marketable or marketed surpluses depend upon type of. Several pallets of law books. Included are the Southwest Reporter, the Southeast AZ 3 days 11 hours: $ Magazines ( RS) GA 5 days 9 hours: $ OUT OF ADOPTION BOOKS TX 6 days 1 hour: $ OUT OF ADOPTION BOOKS.
The present book contains an analytical study of marketable and marketed surplus of paddy in Warangal district of Telangana Region in Andhra Pradesh. The focus of the study is on the response of marketed surplus of paddy to output of various size-groups on the basis of cross-sectional farm data collected from the randomly selected sample of This book helps readers understand the concepts of marketed and marketable surplus, as well as the role of the government and marketing agencies, including those in the private sector, in improving market efficiency. It also examines the impact of various socioeconomic, technological, institutional,. A marketable surplus is often one that is of use to a market other than your primary target segment. To find that market, you will need to determine whether a previously unexplored secondary market may be the answer. For example, your small business manufactures candles and you have been left with a few thousand of the unscented version. Marketable surplus is a term that agriculturalists use to refer to a specific type of surplus that farmers and ranchers deal with. A Market Surplus occurs when there is excess supply- that is quantity supplied is greater than quantity demanded. In this situation, some producers won't be able to sell all their goods.