1 edition of Agrarian question and technological change in Uganda found in the catalog.
Agrarian question and technological change in Uganda
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|Statement||editor, E.G. Nabuguzi.|
|Contributions||Nabuguzi, E. G., Makerere Institute of Social Research.|
|LC Classifications||HN794.Z9 C62 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 368 p.;|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||92982067|
Downloadable (with restrictions)! To reduce poverty and food insecurity in Africa requires raising productivity in agriculture. Systematic use of fertilizer and hybrid seed is a pathway to increased productivity, but adoption of these technologies remains low. We investigate whether the quality of agricultural inputs can help explain low take-up. Many chapters of this book address that question. 3. The Book’s Aims and Scope Definitions of technological progress (change) Technologicalprogress(change)canbedefinedasanincrease(change)in Capital-intensive technological change takes various forms. For our.
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In order to answer this, we must first understand what modernization is. Modernization, in social sciences terminology, is the process by which a country moves from having a traditional, agrarian. Research and Technology Adoption in a Changing Agricultural Sector Technological change has been a major factor shaping agriculture in the last years [Schultz (); Cochrane ()]. A comparison of agricultural production patterns in the United States at the beginning () and end of the century () shows that.
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Abstract. Within the past two decades or so gender, and the women’s question in particular, has taken on a new significance. In Uganda, and Africa in general, studies dealing with the women’s question and the role played by women in agricultural production have been undertaken.
1 These studies have some common underlying assumptions. First, the advent of colonial rule and the penetration Author: Zie Gariyo. Agricultural extensions systems were introduced in Uganda by the colonial administration, in the early Agrarian question and technological change in Uganda book century.
It has been a key part of Uganda’s agricultural development strategy, albeit with changes and innovations in approaches, institutional arrangements, methods, and strategies.
Technological Change in Uganda’s Agricultural Sector Between Rebecca Mutebi Kalibwani19 and John Mutenyo20 Abstract The study estimates the rate of technological change in Uganda’s agriculture duringand across the 4 major regions of the country.
Using a nationally representative household panelAuthor: Rebecca Mutebi Kalibwani, John Mutenyo. This article provides a synthesis of Archie Mafeje’s views on the land and agrarian question in Africa, including land tenure and agrarian labour relations, technological change and agricultural productivity, agrarian class formation processes, and the politics of agrarian reform.
1 His enduring argument was that the fundamental land and labour relations of Africa’s pre-capitalist modes Cited by: 2. Technology and Industrialization: Technology has contributed to the growth of industries or to the process of industrialization. Industrialization is a term covering in general terms the growth in a society hitherto mainly agrarian of modern industry with all its circumstances and.
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Forbes: "Studies in Ancient Technology," The series will however take in not only the original scope of. This paper evaluates the ex post impact of adopting improved groundnut varieties on crop income and poverty in rural Uganda. The study utilizes cross-sectional data of households, collected in.
Uganda. Uganda is often described as the “Pearl of Africa,” due to its abundant natural resources, tropical climate, rich soils and well-distributed rainfall, which provide an ideal environment for its agricultural sector, which employs 80 percent of the country’s workforce. 80% of Uganda's workforce is in the agricultural sector.
suggest a change in technological development processes which aims at enhanced involvement of diverse actors and multi-level prioritization of both technical and social aspects including gender. Researchers need to put in place a rigorous process for prioritization of end-users’ needs and preferences at the different stages of technology.
Journals & Books; Help This is also why industrial and agrarian revolutions always go together, and why economies in which agriculture is stagnant do not show industrial development [Lewis (, p. emphasis added)]. Expanding agricultural production through technological change and trade creates important demands for the outputs.
Technological transformation has always played a crucial role in the progression of human societies from one stage to another. This transformation has widely influenced the economic, social, cultural and political institutional arrangements of the society by introducing changes in the nature of work participation in the organisation of production.
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This coalition, enhanced through PTD/PPB, has improved knowledge network among stakeholders. Technologies innovated through this processes are robust and likely to adapt to. An agrarian society focuses its economy primarily on agriculture and the cultivation of large fields.
This distinguishes it from the hunter-gatherer society, which produces none of its own food, and the horticultural society, which produces food in small gardens rather than fields. In Uganda alone, the Agriculture sector contributes to over 70% of employment.
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The authors argue that we will decarbonize the global energy system and. Theses on the Socialist Rural Question in Our Country, also known as the Rural Theses or Theses on the Socialist Agrarian Question in Our Country is a treatise by Kim Il-sung, the first leader of North work lays out the most influential statement on North Korean agricultural policy and its implementation transformed the country's agriculture from a traditional into a modern one.
Downloadable. Why adoption rate of potentially profitable agricultural technologies in Africa remains low is still puzzling. This paper uses a randomized control trial to study Ugandan subsistence smallholders' decisions to adopt cash crops.
A unique way of eliciting farmers price and yield expectations allows us to investigate the role of farmers' ex-ante beliefs about crop profitability on. Technology and Change in History This new series of scholarly surveys is intended to offer an updating of the discussion of questions regarding the nature of technology and technological change first broached in the nine-volume survey by R.
Forbes: Studies in Ancient Technology. Agricultural Extension and Technology Adoption for Food Security: Evidence from Uganda Article (PDF Available) in American Journal of Agricultural Economics (4) January with 1, Reads. In The agrarian question and technological change in Uganda, edited by E.
Nabuguzi, Kampala, Uganda: Makerere Institute of Social Research. Google Scholar. A very minority view: Why I love Uganda’s tribalists (Pt II) Solution to our land problems lie in return to pre land regime EC should also apply digital means to work.Yet a careful study of African agrarian systems shows that there is more than one way to agricultural and rural social development, which Mafeje says is particularly important in the wake of “mono-economics” from the West and the drive toward globalization or homogenization in a unipolar world order.