This open textbook is intended for an introductory course.
Includes: Learning outcomes
This book was written for applied intermediate microeconomics courses and features many real world examples.
This interactive text is intended to provide students with a broad understanding of the economics of food and agricultural markets, and assumes an understanding of algebra and microeconomic principles that would be covered in a typical introductory economics course.
Includes: Lecture slides, interactive figures, problem sets
Agricultural input subsidies were a major feature of development policies in rural economies until the 1980s. Continuing rural poverty with low productivity and fertilizer use in smallholder staple crops has led to their resurgence in Africa. This book reviews current theory and evidence on the strengths and weaknesses of these programmes and the effects of programme context, design, and implementation.
Part of the Springer Briefs in Economics series, this text applies the concept of socioeconomics to the sector of agriculture.
This text introduces agricultural marketing for upper-level agribusiness students.
Includes: Interactive demonstrations, problem sets