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Introduction to agricultural economic analysis

Author: Charles E Bishop; William Douglas Toussaint
Publisher: New York, Wiley [©1958]
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Bishop, Charles E.
Introduction to agricultural economic analysis.
New York, Wiley [©1958]
(OCoLC)586055228
Online version:
Bishop, Charles E.
Introduction to agricultural economic analysis.
New York, Wiley [©1958]
(OCoLC)607721985
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles E Bishop; William Douglas Toussaint
OCLC Number: 2422652
Description: xiv, 258 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: pt. I. Introduction. Organization is necessary to perform the basic economic functions ; Agriculture is an integral part of the economy ; The firm is a decision-making unit --
pt.. II. Production and supply. Product varies according to the inputs used ; A producer chooses among levels of production ; Some applications of input-output analysis ; Cost varies with production ; Some applications of cost functions in production and processing of agricultural products ; Cost can be reduced by changing inputs ; Some applications of minimum cost production ; Choice of products affects net revenue ; Farm organization affects farm income ; Time and uncertainty are important in production decisions ; Land tenure arrangements affect use of inputs ; Supply of individual farm products varies ; Aggregate supply of farm products also varies --
pt. III. Consumption and demand. Consumer demand is important to farmers ; Market demand for farm products affects farm incomes ; International trade increases the demand for U.S. farm products ; Our economy is subject to large price movements--
pt. IV. Economic progress. Technological improvements increase food and fiber supplies ; Our population is changing ; Economic progress alters the level and distribution of income.
Other Titles: Agricultural economic analysis
Responsibility: [by] C.E. Bishop [and W.D. Toussaint.

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