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Adoption of agricultural innovation in developing countries

Gershon Feder

Adoption of agricultural innovation in developing countries

a survey

by Gershon Feder

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Published by World Bank in Washington .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGershon Feder, Richard E. Just, David Zilberman.
SeriesWorld Bank staff working paper -- no.542
ContributionsJust, Richard E., Zilberman, David.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18851476M

Agricultural Technologies for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Developing Countries: Policy Options for Innovation and Technology Diffusion Often, the most binding constraints occur at the adoption stage, with several factors potentiallyFile Size: 1MB. condition of the rural poor. Furthermore, for developing countries, the best way to catch developed countries is through agricultural technology diffusion and adoption (Foster and Rosenzweig, ). Additionally, in Nigeria, Uaiene et al. () have had acclaimed as if.

From the findings of the study, the high literacy level might help in faster adoption of farm innovations. Extent of use of innovations The agricultural innovations still in use as shown in Table 2 include regular weeding (%), disease control (%), fertilizer application (%) and crop spacing (%). Adoption of Agricultural Innovations in Developing Countries: A Survey. Gershon Feder (), Richard Just and David Zilberman () Economic Development and Cultural Change, , vol. 33, issue 2, Date: References: Add references at CitEc Citations: View citations in EconPapers () Track citations by RSS feed. Downloads: (external link)Cited by:

Developing countries need to dramatically increase agricultural innovation and the use of technology by farmers, to eliminate poverty, meet the rising demand for food, and cope with the adverse. innovations in agriculture are, however, changing rapidly. limited gains from the green revolution owing to the slow adoption Implications for Developing Countries. ISnAR Research Report.


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Adoption of Agricultural Innovation in Developing Countries: A Survey (World Bank Staff Working Paper) [Feder, Gershon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Adoption of Agricultural Innovation in Developing Countries: A Survey (World Bank Staff Working Paper)Cited by: Adoption of technological innovations in agriculture has attracted con-siderable attention among development economists because the major-ity of the population of less developed countries (LDCs) derives its livelihood from agricultural production and because new technology seems to offer an opportunity to increase production and income sub-stantially.

Adoption of Agricultural Innovations in Developing Countries: A Survey | Economic Development and Cultural Change: No 2. Menu. Journals Division. Contact Us. Browse our journals. Publish with us. Subscribe to our journals. Complete Chicago Package. Permissions and by:   Adoption of agricultural innovations in developing countries by Gershon Feder,World Bank edition, in EnglishCited by: Adoption of Agricultural Innovations in Developing Countries: A Survey.

Article (PDF Available) in Economic Development and Cultural Change 33(2) February with 5, Reads. Adoption of agricultural innovation in developing countries: a survey (revised) (English) Abstract. This paper is a revised version of Staff Working Paper It reviews various studies which have provided a description of and possible explanation to patterns of innovation adoption in the agricultural sector.

It therefore covers both Cited by: 4. Adoption of agricultural innovations in developing countries: a survey (English) Abstract. This paper reviews various studies which have provided a description and possible explanation to patterns of innovation adoption in the agricultural sector.

The survey points out that the tendency of many studies to consider innovation adoption in Cited by: Feder, Gershon & Just, Richard E & Zilberman, David, "Adoption of Agricultural Innovations in Developing Countries: A Survey," Economic Development and Cultural Change, University of Chicago Press, vol.

33(2), pagesby: Mekonnen, Daniel Ayalew & Gerber, Nicolas & Matz, Julia Anna, "Gendered Social Networks, Agricultural Innovations, and Farm Productivity in Ethiopia," World Development, Elsevier, vol. (C), pages Joshua D. Detre & Hiroki Uematsu & Ashok K.

Mishra, "The influence of GM crop adoption on the profitability of farms operated by young and beginning farmers," Agricultural. Explaining low adoption rates. Institutionalized agricultural research and extension have not had the positive impacts anticipated in many developing countries (Anderson and Feder, ; Rains et al., ).

Mwacharo and Drucker (), however, argued that this can be remedied. They found that the adoption of improved breeding strategies Cited by: Agricultural innovation adoption is fundamental in increasing incomes and food output in developing countries.

However, the factors that influence farmers’ decisions to adopt innovations in underutilized crops are not well-documented. Underutilized crops like finger millet have been an alternative form ofFile Size: KB. Innovation, Productivity and Sustainability in Food and Agriculture. This report contains the main findings and policy lessons gained from a series of wide-ranging country reviews on how government policies can improve sectoral productivity and sustainability through their impact on innovation, structural change, natural resource use, and climate change.

Get this from a library. Adoption of agricultural innovation in developing countries: a survey. [Gershon Feder; Richard E Just; David Zilberman]. Adoption of new agricultural technologies is always at the center of policy interest in developing countries.

In reality, despite the visible benefits of many of the new agricultural technologies, including machinery and management practices, farmers either do not adopt them or it takes a long time to begin the adoption process and scaling by: Adoption of Agricultural Innovations in Developing Countries: A Survey Abstrac't This paper is a revised version of Staff Working Paper It reviews various studies which have provided a description of and possible explanation to patterns of innovation adoption in the agricultural sector.

While the adoption of modern agricultural technologies has been identified as the main driver of green revolution in Asian countries (Ravallion and Chen ), it still remains a puzzle why the adoption rates of these agricultural technologies have remained low in sub-Saharan Africa (Matsumoto et al.

; World Bank ).Cited by: 1. WASHINGTON, Septem – Developing countries need to dramatically increase agricultural innovation and the use of technology by farmers, to eliminate poverty, meet the rising demand for food, and cope with the adverse effects of climate change, says a new World Bank report released today.

The relative stagnation in agricultural productivity in recent decades, particularly in. Get this from a library. Adoption of agricultural innovations in developing countries: a survey. [Gershon Feder]. Some studies that examine agricultural technology adoption have been carried out, particularly in developing countries.

Abera () used xtprobit and random effect. Adoption of Agricultural Innovations in Developing Countries: A Survey Contents page I. Introduction 1 II. Empirical Studies of Innovative Adoption 2 A.

Farm Size 4 B. Tenure 9 C. Labor Availability 10 D. Credit Constraint 12 E. Risk and Uncertainty 14 F. Human Capital 17. Adoption of Agricultural Innovations in Developing Countries: A Survey.agriculture (especially in staple food production) – external assistance to agriculture dropped from 20% of ODA in the early s to 3% by – stagnant or declining crop yields growth in most developing countries, Africa especially • Agricultural technology innovation and diffusion, particularly to small holders, will be key toFile Size: KB.There is, therefore, need for deliberate planning to mainstream gender into agricultural innovations to guarantee equality in its adoption between men and women in developing countries.

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