3 edition of The Impact of attitudes toward risk on agricultural decisions in rural India found in the catalog.
The Impact of attitudes toward risk on agricultural decisions in rural India
by International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics in Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh, India
Written in English
Bibliography: leaf 25.
|Statement||H.P. Binswanger ... [et al.].|
|Series||Economics program., 42|
|Contributions||Binswanger, Hans P.|
|LC Classifications||HD2072 .I36 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||83900056|
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Attitudes towards Risk, Experi-mental Measurement in Rural India New Haven, Conn.: Economic Growth Center DiscRisk Attitudes of Rural Households in Semi-Arid Tropical India Author: Hans Peter Binswanger.
the semi-arid, tropical areas of India, charac-terized by high climatic risk for agriculture. It was initiated to determine whether differences in behavior between farmers of different wealth levels are the consequence of different attitudes towards risk or of different constraint sets such as limitations on credit or on access to modern inputs.
Attitudes Toward Risk: Experimental Measurement in Rural India. Hans Binswanger-Mkhize. American Journal of Agricultural Economics,vol. 62, issue 3, Abstract: Attitudes toward risk were measured in households using two methods: an interview method eliciting certainty equivalents and an experimental gambling approach with real Cited by: Title: Attitudes toward Risk: Experimental Measurement In Rural India.
Created Date: 6/14/ PM. Downloadable. Author(s): Hans Binswanger. Abstract: Attitudes toward risk were measures in households using two methods: an interview method eliciting certainty equivalents and an experimental gambling approach with real payoffs which, at their maximum, exceeded monthly incomes of unskilled laborers.
The interview method is subject to. Attitudes toward Risk: Experimental Measurement In Rural India Hans P. Binswanger Attitudes toward risk were measured in households using two methods: an interview method eliciting certainty equivalents and an experimental gambling approach with real payoffs which, at their maximum, exceeded monthly incomes of unskilled laborers.
How infrastructure and financial institutions affect agricultural output and investment in India: The Impact of attitudes toward risk on agricultural decisions in rural India: The impact of formal finance on the rural economy of India: Induced innovation, c Is There Too Much Hype about Index-based Agricultural Insurance.
Introduction. Recent changes in the structure and technology base of the food system and in the policy environment affecting agricultural production have heightened the value of decision analysis under risk (Boehlje and Lins, ).The problems and issues now include uncertainties about the markets for GMO products, other food safety concerns, industrialization of the food Cited by: 3.
Developing a risk attitude scale for farmers Construct deﬁnition and scale design The methodology for developing an attitudinal scale is applied to assessing farmers’ attitudes toward the risk in production agriculture. One’s risk attitude is. These questions are centered on impact and measurement, client demand, financial solution provision and ecosystem development.
At the impact level, the Learning Lab is interested in how rural and agricultural fi-nancial solutions contribute to poverty reduction and improved livelihoods for rural households. Farmers’ attitudes toward risk Farmers differ in the degree to which they accept risk.
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