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Title: Uncertainty and allocative behaviour in peasant agriculture : a study of small-holding farmers in Bangladesh
Authors: Shahabuddin, Q.
Keywords: FARMERS
SUBSISTENCE FARMING
DECISION MAKING
RESOURCE ALLOCATION
BEHAVIOUR
FARM SIZE
BANGLADESH
DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION
WAGE EARNERS
AGRICULTURAL ASPECTS
PRODUCTION FUNCTIONS
MATHEMATICAL MODELS
Issue Date: 1982
Publisher: McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, CA
Abstract: Discusses some specific determinants of peasant behaviour towards risk, and quantifies their impact on decision making for resource allocation. Research results indicate that in subsistence agriculture, peasant households are preoccupied with their security and survival and are likely to follow some safety-first behaviour in their decisions. Includes bibliography.
Description: Thesis
Thesis, McMaster University, 1982
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/6394
Appears in Collections:1980s / Années 1980
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