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Impact of cash crop cultivation on household income and migration decisions: Evidence from low-income regions in China
(Elsevier on behalf of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), 2020-10)
This study examines the impact of cash crop cultivation on household income and migration decisions, using survey data collected from low-income regions in China. Given farmers decide themselves whether to cultivate cash ...
Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption in rural China: Does off-farm work play a role?
(Oxford University Press and the EAAEP Foundation, 2021-05-20)
Although off-farm work plays a significant role in facilitating agricultural production and rural development and improving household welfare, little is known about whether off-farm work can promote fruit and vegetable ...
Short communication: The relationship between farm debt and dairy productivity and profitability in New Zealand
(Elsevier and Federation of Animal Science Societies (FASS) on behalf of the American Dairy Science Association, 2020-09)
For a variety of reasons, dairy sector indebtedness has increased in recent years. However, it is not clear whether increased debt boosts or damages the economic performance of dairy farms. This paper provides empirical ...
Does agricultural mechanization reduce vulnerable employment? Evidence from cross-country panel data
(Economics Bulletin, 2021-04-09)
Using cross-country panel data from the World Bank and an innovative unbalanced panel fractional response model, we show evidence that agricultural mechanization significantly reduces global vulnerable employment, and the ...