2015 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Agriculture, Agricultural economics, Economic growth, Rate of return and Agricultural productivity are his primary areas of study. His Agriculture research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Productivity, Private sector, Public sector and Investment. In his study, Capital, Crop, Resistance and Crop yield is strongly linked to Yield, which falls under the umbrella field of Agricultural economics.
His Economic growth study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Scale, Scope, Intellectual property, Colonialism and Food policy. His studies in Rate of return integrate themes in fields like Impact assessment, Emerging technologies and Econometric model, Econometrics. His studies deal with areas such as Total factor productivity, Productivity model, Food security and Economy as well as Agricultural productivity.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agriculture, Agricultural economics, Agricultural productivity, Productivity and Economic growth. The concepts of his Agriculture study are interwoven with issues in Production, Public economics, Rate of return, Investment and Developing country. His Agricultural economics research incorporates themes from Food prices, Crop yield, Good agricultural practice, Per capita and Commodity.
His Agricultural productivity study which covers Econometrics that intersects with Capital. Philip G. Pardey has included themes like Natural resource economics and China in his Productivity study. His work on Private sector as part of general Economic growth research is often related to Research policy, thus linking different fields of science.
Philip G. Pardey mainly focuses on Agriculture, Agricultural economics, Agricultural productivity, Productivity and Investment. Philip G. Pardey has researched Agriculture in several fields, including Economic growth, Production, Natural resource economics and Rate of return. His Agricultural economics study combines topics in areas such as Poverty, Consumption and Agricultural machinery.
His research integrates issues of Technological change, Distribution and Commodity in his study of Agricultural productivity. His research in Productivity focuses on subjects like Public sector, which are connected to Information technology. Philip G. Pardey combines subjects such as Capital, Private sector, Economic policy, China and Agribusiness with his study of Investment.
His main research concerns Agriculture, Agricultural economics, Agricultural productivity, Yield and Investment. The various areas that Philip G. Pardey examines in his Agriculture study include Economic growth, Production, Rate of return, Econometrics and Benefit–cost ratio. His Agricultural economics research includes elements of Productivity, Natural resource, MEDLINE and Private sector.
His Agricultural productivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Distribution and Commodity. His Yield research integrates issues from Crop yield, Food security and Crop. His Investment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Capital and China.
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A meta-analysis of rates of return to agricultural R&D : ex pede Herculem?
Julian M. Alston;Connie Chan-Kang;Michele C. Marra;Philip G. Pardey.
Agricultural Research, Productivity, and Food Prices in the Long Run
Julian M. Alston;Jason M. Beddow;Philip G. Pardey.
Research, productivity, and output growth in Chinese agriculture
Shenggan Fan;Philip G. Pardey.
Journal of Development Economics (1997)
Research returns redux: a meta‐analysis of the returns to agricultural R&D
Julian M. Alston;Michele C. Marra;Philip G. Pardey;T. J. Wyatt.
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (2000)
SLOW MAGIC: AGRICULTURAL R&D A CENTURY AFTER MENDEL
Philip G. Pardey;Nienke M. Beintema.
Research Papers in Economics (2002)
Agricultural Research: A Growing Global Divide?
Philip G. Pardey;Nienke M. Beintema;Steven Dehmer;Stanley Wood.
Making Science Pay: The Economics of Agricultural R&D Policy
J.M. Alston;P.G. Pardey.
Agriculture in the Global Economy
Julian M. Alston;Philip G. Pardey.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (2014)
Financing agricultural research: International investment patterns and policy perspectives
Julian M. Alston;Philip G. Pardey;Johannes Roseboom.
World Development (1998)
International Productivity Patterns: Accounting for Input Quality, Infrastructure, and Research
Barbara J. Craig;Philip G. Pardey;Johannes Roseboom.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (1997)
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