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2 1 Look at the definition and characteristics of agricultural. societies , 2 2 Look at the theories for decelerating society . 2 3 Look at theoretical explanations about the rise of an. agricultural society and its deceleration patterns . 2 4 Look at the growth limitations of a decelerating. agricultural society , 2 5 Look at the deceleration of an agricultural society and its. replacement by an industrial society in Europe and the United. 2 6 Look at the transition periods from the decelerating. agricultural to accelerating commercial societies . 2 7 Summary, 2 8 References, 2 1 Definition and characteristics of an agricultural society. Definition of an agricultural society, Key indicators to define an agricultural society . Self sufficiency, A community with natural interdependency.
Key production factor land, In Europe Manor was the heart of the. agricultural district, 2 1 Definition and characteristics of an agricultural society. Characteristics of an agricultural society, An agricultural society s short term production function. follows the neo classical production function van Bath . Diminishing returns to scale, Y F Land Labor , Affected by regional and economic factors . Climate quality of soil and the condition of the, agricultural water supply.
Recovering fertility of soil after land usage, Ratio of the quantity of sown seeds to harvest. Low technology development, 2 1 Definition and characteristics of an agricultural society. Characteristics of an agricultural society, Figure 2 1. Divergence patterns,of purchasing power,per head of milk. cows and other cattle ,1875 to 1937,Due to the inelasticity of.
demand and supply the,characteristics of,agricultural products may. cause large price, fluctuations Source M Ezekiel The cobweb theorem Quarterly Journal of. Economics 52 2 1938 255 280, 2 2 Theory of decelerating society. Viewpoint of neo classical technical change, Figure 2 2A. Relationship between, output and time as seen by, shifts in APFs Aggregate.
Production Functions over, time in an agricultural. Each APF reflects the, technology level at a specific. time In a pure agricultural, society the degree of shift in. APF is small and decreasing, over time , 2 2 Theory of decelerating society. Viewpoint of neo classical technical change, Figure 2 2B.
Relationship between, output and time of an, agricultural society as. seen through a, production expansion, The growth rate of agricultural. society is decelerating because, the annual growth of production. is gradually decreasing over, time due to sluggish technology. advancement , 2 2 Theory of decelerating society, Viewpoint of induced innovation model Hayami and Ruttan .
Figure 2 3, Relationship in an, agricultural society. between output and, time per the induced, innovation model. The meta production function, for agriculture also shows that. the economic growth rate, decreases as the movement of. the short run production, function gets smaller due to.
slow technology development , 2 3 Theoretical explanations about a decelerating. agricultural society, Debertin s explanation of agricultural production. Figure 2 4, General forms of the, neo classical, production functions. In the case of, agricultural production , productivity drops. quickly because the rate, of production factor , which is a fixed cost is.
high and the production, period is long Debertin . 2 3 Theoretical explanations about a decelerating. agricultural society, Johnston and Mellor s stage theory of agricultural. development, 1st stage development of agricultural preconditions. 2nd stage expansion of agricultural production, based on labor intensive techniques that. rely heavily on technological innovations, 3rd stage expansion of agricultural production.
based on capital intensive and labor , saving techniques. 2 3 Theoretical explanations about a decelerating. agricultural society, Hayami and Ruttan s agricultural development theory. Technology innovation is the most important factor for. agricultural development , The long term trend of agricultural production is. expressed by the meta production function , An envelope of short term production functions for the. The change between short term production functions in. successive periods is regarded as technology, advancement.
The shape of meta production functions for a pure. agricultural society shows a decelerating form according. to time because technology innovation is very slow . 2 4 Limitations of a decelerating agricultural society. Scale related structure problem, Figure 2 5, The structure of a. decelerating society, The self sufficient, structure and the lack. of economies of scale, result in an inability to, sustain capital. accumulations in a pure, agricultural society, Olmstead and Rhode Source E Gabre Madhin C B Barrett P Dorosh . Technological change and price effects in agriculture . 1993 to develop an conceptual and comparative perspectives markets trade . economy continuously and institutions Division Discussion Paper 62 International. Food Policy Research Institute Washington DC 2003. 2 4 Limitations of a decelerating agricultural society. Productivity related structure problem, The traditional society inevitably experienced a growth.
ceiling because of the low productivity resulting from. lack of modern technologies Rostow 1960 , According to the stages of economic growth hypothesis . the transition from an agricultural to an industrial. economy moves the society to a more developed state . Movement of productive resources from agriculture to. industry promotes economic growth Johnston and, Mellor 1961 . 2 4 Limitations of a decelerating agricultural society. Market related structure problem, Production of organic matters and mechanization of. agricultural production are difficult to adjust quickly in. response to changes in market conditions and the supply is. therefore inelastic in product or price dimensions . The relative importance of agricultural production decreases. as the economy grows because income elasticity of. agricultural products is less than that of industrial products. Schultz 1953 , Equilibrium theory Kelley Williamson and Cheetham 1972 . Yamaguchi and Binswanger 1975 , Constraint of demand which is attributed to low income.
elasticity acts as the fundamental limit of agricultural growth . 2 4 Limitations of a decelerating agricultural society. Institution related structure problem of a post , agricultural society. Agricultural development is confined by country specific. institutional conditions , Colonial period, Taxation regulation property rights institutions and. natural environments of each country, Public subsidies antitrust law exemptions in the. agricultural sector during the 1920s agricultural crisis. by US government , Mundlak 2000 claimed that agricultural development. should be investigated not only within the sector but also.


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