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Agriculture"s decline in Indonesia

Martin, Will

Agriculture"s decline in Indonesia

supply or demand determined?

by Martin, Will

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Published by International Trade, International Economics Dept., World Bank in Washington, DC (1818 H St. NW, Washington 20433) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Indonesia.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWill Martin and Peter G. Warr.
      SeriesPolicy research working papers ;, WPS 798
      ContributionsWarr, Peter G., World Bank. International Trade Division.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD2082 .M17 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination19 p. ;
      Number of Pages19
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1777255M
      LC Control Number92132795

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Agriculture's decline in Indonesia. Washington, DC ( H St. NW, Washington ): International Trade, International Economics Dept., World Bank, [] (OCoLC) Agricultural Involution: The Processes of Ecological Change in Indonesia is one of the most famous of the early works of Clifford Geertz.

It principal thesis is that many centuries of intensifying wet-rice cultivation in Indonesia had produced greater social complexity without significant technological or political change, a process Geertz terms "involution"/5(2).

cent per capita. Agricultural output has increased at per cent in real terms, but from to the share of agriculture in Indonesia's GDP declinea from 56 to 24 per cent (World Bank, a).

Agriculture's decline in Indonesia: supply or demand determined (English) Abstract. Agriculture's share in an economy invariably declines as per capita income rises and as the economy develops. The literature on its causes has focused on the relative price effects arising from demand factors--especially Engel's Law (that the proportion Cited by: 2.

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Agriculture's decline in Indonesia: supply or demand determined. By Will Martin and Peter G. Warr. Based on the model's results, the authors conclude that the decline in the relative price of agricultural output contributed relatively little to the decline in agriculture's share.

Technical change actually had a positive effect on Author: Will Martin and Peter G. Warr. In spite of a decline of its share of GDP over the last 50 years, agriculture still accounted for 14% of GDP in Agriculture is the main source of employment in rural areas, where poverty is most prevalent.5Inagriculture employed around million people, equal to 33% of the total Indonesian labor by: 3.

As in many other developing countries, the concerns about food security in Indonesia during the s and early s resulted in policies aimed at achieving self-sufficiency in food crops. The Government of Indonesia (GOI) combined price interventions and economic incentives to encourage agricultural production, especially of the staple crops.

With an estimated 57m ha of agricultural lands, farming has long been the backbone of Indonesia’s economy. From small-scale farming to large commercial plantations, the sector employs around one-third of the workforce, is an important source of income for.

spending in the agriculture sector in Indonesia, as well as the impact of public spending on agricultural growth. It finds that, in line with empirical work undertaken in other countries, public spending on agriculture and irrigation during the period – had a positive impact on agricultural growth, while public spendingFile Size: 1MB.

Rich countries, which typically have lower average temperatures, will experience a much milder or even positive average effect, ranging from an 8 percent increase in productivity to a 6 percent decline.

Individual developing countries face even larger declines. India, for example, could see a drop of 30 to 40 percent. Agriculture is one of the key sectors within the Indonesian economy.

While the sector's contribution to its national gross domestic product has significantly declined in the last 50 years, it currently remains an income generator for the majority of Indonesian households.

About the Book. Agricultural Involution: The Processes of Ecological Change in Indonesia is one of the most famous of the early works of Clifford principal thesis is that many centuries of intensifying wet-rice cultivation in Indonesia had produced greater social complexity without significant technological or political change, a process Geertz terms "involution".

With its vast and abundant fertile soils Indonesia is a major global key producer of a wide variety of agricultural tropical products, and although agriculture's share of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) has declined markedly during the last five decades, it still provides income for the majority of Indonesian households today.

In this sector employed around 49 million. Agriculture, Modern During the latter half of the twentieth century, what is known today as modern agriculture was very successful in meeting a growing demand for food by the world's population.

Yields of primary crops such as rice and wheat increased dramatically, the price of food declined, the rate of increase in crop yields generally kept pace with population growth, and the number of. Indonesia is the world’s largest producer of palm oil as well as a leading global producer of other high value commodities such as cocoa, rubber and coffee.

The country is rich in fertile land ideal for growing a diverse range of crops for both export and domestic consumption. However, it is export crops that have come to dominate land use and employment to take advantage of peaks in global.

Further declines because of declines in oil prices were observed in and Indonesia is still an agricultural country, despite the sharp decline in the contribution of the agricultural sector to the country's GDP. Inthe agricultural sector contributed 47 percent of the GDP, but its contribution declined to 26 percent in This book provides an examination of the economic development of the Indonesian agricultural sector in an historical perspective.

It draws on the rich store of economic and demographic data published in the colonial Dutch era as well as on recent statistical evidence produced by agencies of /5(2). This decline in variety is due to the fact that it is cheaper to produce large quantities of the same type of crop or livestock than to produce smaller batches of multiple types.

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