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The volume established a framework for the study of these implications via analyses of: objectives of the Brazilian government in the period 1964-1982; agricultural policies and the policy instruments put into place to achieve these objectives; micro and macro impacts upon the relevant sectors of the economy; importance of soybean expansion upon Brazil's foreigh trade.

Although the soybean crop made a significant contribution to agricultural growth and the increase in overall farm incomes, the divisions within agriculture and between regions were in fact deepened

Soskin, Anthony B. Department, Program: Economics. Although the soybean crop made a significant contribution to agricultural growth and the increase in overall farm incomes, the divisions within agriculture and between regions were in fact deepened. Little has been achieved in terms of redressing the inequities in farm structure nor has the expansion of the soybean crop acted to stem the flow of the rural poor moving to the urban centers.

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Soy is also the most important agricultural commodity among Brazilian exports affecting food security and land use nationally and internationally

Soy is also the most important agricultural commodity among Brazilian exports affecting food security and land use nationally and internationally. Here we pose the question of whether soy expansion affects only economic growth or whether it also boosts socioeconomic development, fostering education and health improvements in Brazilian municipalities where it is planted.

It is a period of economic growth as measured by a rise in real GDP. The explanation of fluctuations in aggregate economic activity between economic expansions and contractions is one of the primary concerns of macroeconomics. Typically an economic expansion is marked by an upturn in production and utilization of resources

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Non-traditional agriculture and economic development' - subject(s): Agriculture and state, Economic conditions, Economic policy, Exports, History, Soybean industry. Anthony B. North Peat has written: 'Gossip from Paris during the second empire' - subject(s): Social life and customs, History. Anthony S. B. New has written: 'The observer's book of stamp collecting' - subject(s): Postage-stamps, Collectors and collecting 'A guide to the abbeys of Scotland' - subject(s): Guide-books, Abbeys, Description and travel 'The observer's book ofpostage stamps'.

The agriculture of Brazil is historically one of the principal bases of Brazil's economy. While its initial focus was on sugarcane, Brazil eventually became the world's largest exporter of coffee, soybeans, beef, and crop-based ethanol

The agriculture of Brazil is historically one of the principal bases of Brazil's economy. While its initial focus was on sugarcane, Brazil eventually became the world's largest exporter of coffee, soybeans, beef, and crop-based ethanol. The success of agriculture during the Estado Novo (New State), with GetĂșlio Vargas, led to the expression, "Brazil, breadbasket of the world".

The development of Brazilian commercial agriculture in after World War I. 15) the Brazilian agriculture remained extremely primitive during this phase; yields remained very low by world standards and almost unchanged.

The development of Brazilian commercial agriculture in after World War II. Discussing the performance of Brazilian commercial agriculture after the War the above mentioned texts by Werner Baer identify roughly two phases: From the end of the 1 War to the early 1970s: a phase of horizontal agricultural expansion.

Non-Traditional Agriculture and Economic Development identifies the implications of Brazilian economic development of government support for rapid growth of non-traditional agricultural crops such as soybeans. The volume established a framework for the study of these implications via analyses of: objectives of the Brazilian government in the period 1964-1982; agricultural policies and the policy instruments put into place to achieve these objectives; micro and macro impacts upon the relevant sectors of the economy; importance of soybean expansion upon Brazil's foreigh trade. Finally, the author links the Brazilian experience to some of the classical theories of economic development. He concludes that the considerable success in rapid expansion of the soybean crop has not been without drawbacks, in particular: growth at the expense of traditional staple crops and reliance upon imported technologies.

Non-Traditional Agriculture and Economic Development: The Brazilian Soybean Expansion, 1964-1982 epub download

ISBN13: 978-0275928032

ISBN: 0275928039

Author: Anthony B. Soskin

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Praeger (August 16, 1988)

Pages: 172 pages

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