3 edition of Agricultural pricing policy in Kenya found in the catalog.
Agricultural pricing policy in Kenya
Henk A. Meilink
by Food and Nutrition Planning Unit, Ministry of Finance and Planning, African Studies Centre in Nairobi, Kenya, Leiden, Netherlands
Written in English
|Statement||Henk A. Meilink.|
|Series||Report ;, no. 11/1985, FNSP reports ;, no. 11.|
|Contributions||Kenya. Food and Nutrition Planning Unit., ASC Food and Nutrition Studies Programme.|
|LC Classifications||HD9017.K42 M45 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||88205960|
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Agricultural pricing policy may arise from a number of objectives, such as efficient economic development, an equitable distribution of income, or nutritional well-being. Such objectives can be pursued by various means, some of which may conflict with. Policy tools. An agricultural subsidy is a governmental subsidy paid to farmers and agribusinesses to manage the agricultural industry as one part of the various methods a government uses in a mixed economy.
The conditions for payment and the reasons for the individual specific subsidies varies with farm product, size of farm, nature of. Reviews the findings of available studies and reports thought to be of relevance to policy makers.
A discussion of the institutional framework, of criteria used in price-setting procedures, and of scope and objectives of the agricultural pricing policies is folowed by an examination of what these policies 'have done to agriculture'.
Agricultural Policy Frameworks in Kenya Agriculture sector in Kenya is the fundamental part of the economy contributing 25 percent of the total Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and another 27 percent indirectly.
The sector employs over 40 percent of the total population and over 70 percent of the rural people. Agricultural pricing policy in Kenya book sector inFile Size: 74KB. Get this from a library. Agricultural pricing policy in Eastern Africa: a macroeconomic simulation for Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, and Zambia.
[Christopher D Gerrard; Greg D Posehn; Granville Ansong]. Agricultural Policy in Kenya: Issues and Processes Ryan () considered the attempted refo rms on agricultural pricing and marketing.
as the most difficult era of policy reform throughout. Agricultural Policy in Kenya: Issues and Processes A paper for the Future Agricultures Consortium workshop, Institute of Development Studies, March by Patrick O.
Alila and Rosemary Atieno Institute for Development Studies University of Nairobi P.O. BoxNairobi, Kenya Email: @ Final version, July File Size: KB. ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about: 1. Introduction to Agricultural Policy 2.
Need of Agricultural Price Policy 3. Objectives 4. Features 5. Types 6. Evaluation 7. Effects 8. Shortcomings 9. Suggestions for Reorientation Summary. Introduction to Agricultural Policy: Price policy plays a pioneer role in the economic development of a country.
agricultural marketing must include both product marketing and input marketing. Specially, the subject of agricultural marketing includes marketing functions, agencies, channels, efficiency and costs, price spread and market integration, producers surplus, government policy and research, training and statistics on agricultural Size: KB.
(b) Trends in real agrieufiliral producer prices, _3 to Cited by: Paul Mosley, "Agricultural Performance in Kenya since Has the World Bank Got it Right?," Development and Change, International Institute of Social Studies, vol. 17(3), pagesJuly.
Balassa, Bela, "Incentive policies and agricultural performance in sub-Saharan Africa," Policy Research Working Paper Ser The World. Agricultural pricing policy in Eastern Africa: a macroeconomic simulation for Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, and Zambia / Christopher D. Gerrard, Greg D. Posehn, Granville Ansong.
— (EDI technical materials) Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 0−−−1 1. Agricultural prices—Government policy—Africa, Eastern.
This study investigates the gender implications of agricultural sector reform in Kenya. The author focuses on smallholder tea production with the aim of pinpointing the factors that influence the adoption of tea among male and female farmers, assessing female farmers' perceptions of the changes in living standards over the research period, and suggesting appropriate policy reforms to ensure.
NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SECTOR EXTENSION POLICY (NASEP) JUNE 5. This policy, the National Agricultural Sector Extension Policy (NASEP), has adopted a sector-wide approach to providing extension services.
The policy will enable the extension service to realize its vision: ‘Kenyan agricultural extension clientele. Overview of Agricultural Marketing 70 4. OVERVIEW OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING A vast majority of the population of India lives in villages and agriculture is the main profession of people since times immemorial.
In the olden times, the villages were self-sufficient and the population was interdependent. People exchanged what they Size: KB.
Agriculture in Kenya dominates Kenya's economy. 15–17 percent of Kenya's total land area has sufficient fertility and rainfall to be farmed, and 7–8 percent can be classified as first-class land.
Inalmost 75 percent of working Kenyans made their living by farming, compared with 80 percent in About one-half of Kenya's total agricultural output is non-marketed subsistence. the development of agricultural land in accordance with the accepted practices of good land management and good husbandry [Act No.
8 ofAct No. 39 ofAct No. 58 of. (2) Kahlon A and Tyagi, D (), "Agricultural price policy in India." Allied Publishers Pvt.
Ltd., P. (3) Tyagi, D () and Lipton () agree that low farm prices transfer income from rural to urban areas. Mellor () on the other hand believes that ransfer. Agricultural Price Policy: This policy is a tool to influence the price of agricultural product. It is on incentive to the producer to produce a particular product according the desired quantity.
Importance of Price Policy: The price of agricultural product fluctuate more quickly as compared to. This book is designed for undergraduate and graduate students taking courses related to agricultural policy, agricultural economics, or rural development in developing countries.
Botswana Agriculture Sector Policy Brief 5 extreme weather events is a unique challenge to the agriculture sector as it puts to test many of the systems that have been in place over decades. The agricultural sector was identified as one of the most vulnerable to climate change in Botswana(Department of Metereological Services, ).File Size: 1MB.The opportunities for agricultural growth in Kenya during were assessed using the policy analysis matrix (PAM) as the methodological framework for organizing relevant information.
As a conceptual framework, the PAM measures and analyses interactions among the many policies that influence agricultural incentives (e.g. price policies).Cited by: Agriculture, Farmers, Kenya, Kenya; agricultural prices; price policy, policy: Type: Book: Publisher: Ministry of Planning and Finance, Food and Nutrition Planning Unit, Nairobi: Abstract: Reviews the findings of available studies and reports thought to be of relevance to policy by: 3.