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dc.description.abstractIn Africa, where communal ownership of land and owner occupying small holders prevail, mechanization has proceeded relatively slowly . with little marked effect on income distribution employment. And whilst a faster rate of mechanization would undoubtedly give rise to some degree of increase in income income disparity and labour displacement, there the problem is, given its firmly based uni-modal farm structure, one of identifying situations where the use of tractors is economic. There is, moreover, a need to evaluate the forms of mechanization which are appropriate to its small holder structure.en
dc.titleFarm mechanisation and employment in developing countriesen
ags.creatorCorporateUnited Nations. Economic Commission for Africa. African Institute for Economic Development and Planning(IDEP)en
ags.subjectThesaurusAGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATIONen
ags.subjectThesaurusAGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENTen
ags.subjectThesaurusAGRICULTURAL WORKERSen
ags.subjectThesaurusAGROINDUSTRYen
ags.subjectThesaurusAFRICAen
ags.subjectClassification04.01.01 AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY; RURAL SOCIOLOGYen
ags.descriptionNotes52nd seminar on Strategies for increasing productive employment in Africa countries(Dakar 10 November -12 December 1975)en
ags.publisherPlaceDakaren
ags.publisherNameUN. IDEPen
dc.date.accessioned2019-11-27T12:03:20Z
dc.date.available2019-11-27T12:03:20Z
dc.date.issued1975-11
dc.format.extent10 p.
dc.languageeng
dc.typeReports
uneca.workflow.processedtrue
ags.creatorPersonalClayton, E.S.
ags.availabilityNumberb11932351
ags.availabilityNumber1975
ags.availabilityLocationIDEP
ags.rights.termsofusepublic
ags.RNCS/2673-16
ags.JNb11932351
uneca.language.supporteden


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