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Volume 4
Issue 1
Online publication date 2010-02-10
Title Implications of resource structure on the partial productivity of agriculture
Author Milos Tosin, Marija Knezeviz, Biljana Stavljanin
Abstract Resource structure in the observed countries, who belong to different agriculture types expressed through relationship land/work ratio, indicates significant variations. Different resource supply is crucial in determining the level of productivity of labor and land in agriculture, and therefore, affects the competitiveness of agriculture, the competitiveness of an entire national economy as well.
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Keywords Resource supply, productivity of labor, productivity of land, competitiveness, different types of agriculture.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.15208/pieb.2010.12
Pages 49-51
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