Production Structure and Productivity of Japanese Agriculture: Volume 1: Quantitative Investigations on Production Structure (Paperback)
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PART I: THE PRODUCTION STRUCTURE OF POSTWAR JAPANESE AGRICULTURE 1. An Empirical Investigation of the Production Structure of Postwar Japanese Agriculture: 1957-97 2. Estimating the Allen, Morishima, and McFadden Elasticities of Substitution 3. The Dual and Primal Rates of Technological Progress in Postwar Japanese Agriculture 4. The Factor Bias and the Hicks Induced Innovation Hypothesis 5. The Output Bias of Technological Change 6. The Impacts of Scale Economies and Technological Change on the Growth of Total Factor Productivity 7. A New Method for Decomposing the Rate of Growth of Labor Productivity PART II: THE PRODUCTION STRUCTURE OF POSTWAR JAPANESE AGRICULTURE 8. Total versus Variable Cost Function Approaches to Investigating the Agricultural Production Structure 9. Estimating The Shadow Value of Land and Possibilities of Land Transfers 10. Economies of Scale and Structural Change.
About the Author
Yoshimi Kuroda holds a PhD from Stanford University, USA, and is Emeritus Professor at University of Tsukuba, Japan, Professor at Kyushu Sangyo University, Japan and Visiting Research Fellow at The International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development, Kitakyushu, Japan.