Research Paper On Agricultural Economics

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  • Agricultural Economics and Ethiopia

    9 pages in length. The reason for choosing Ethiopia as a focus for agricultural economics is because there exists an inherent presence for failure when the people are either provided with imported food or given the opportunity to grow their own supplies. The extent to which this dichotomy continues to exist in spite of extraordinary measures makes this country particularly interesting to examine; as well, the tens of thousands – and even millions – of Ethiopians who have and continue to die due to agriculturally related issues renders this a topic about which everyone should care. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • The Value Of Agricultural Land

    A 3 page paper that begins by explaining the two types of value related to agricultural land. The essay then discusses land development, i.e., construction of homes, and its effect on the value of agricultural land. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Pre-Great Depression Tropical Agricultural Productsof Africa and Europe's Increase in Demand

    Africa’s Tropical Agricultural Products and its Response to Increased European Demand Before the Great Depression of 1929: In twelve pages this paper examines Africa’s important export industry of tropical agricultural products and considers how its countries responded to the increased demand by European nations prior to 1929’s Great Depression. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • ECONOMIC MODELS AND RICE

    This 5-page economics paper discusses the impact of government-sanctioned price ceilings on Sri Lankan rice. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

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