His primary areas of investigation include Agricultural economics, Agricultural productivity, Productivity, Rate of return and Investment. His studies in Agricultural economics integrate themes in fields like Economic impact analysis, Agroforestry, Crop, Total factor productivity and Developing country. His Developing country study incorporates themes from Natural resource economics, Allocative efficiency and Environmental planning.
His Agricultural productivity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Agricultural extension, Private sector, Agricultural scientist, State and Industrial organization. His Productivity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Technological change, Green Revolution, Economic efficiency and Human capital. His research integrates issues of Incentive and Index in his study of Investment.
His primary areas of study are Agricultural economics, Productivity, Agricultural productivity, Developing country and Total factor productivity. In his research, Plant breeding is intimately related to Agricultural science, which falls under the overarching field of Agricultural economics. His Productivity study often links to related topics such as Technological change.
In most of his Agricultural productivity studies, his work intersects topics such as Agricultural extension. His research investigates the connection with Developing country and areas like Green Revolution which intersect with concerns in Economic growth. The Total factor productivity study combines topics in areas such as Capital and International trade.
Robert E. Evenson mostly deals with Agricultural economics, Developing country, Agricultural productivity, Green Revolution and Total factor productivity. His research in Agricultural economics intersects with topics in Production and Agricultural science. Robert E. Evenson combines subjects such as International trade, Precautionary principle and Cost reduction with his study of Developing country.
His Agricultural productivity research focuses on subjects like Agricultural extension, which are linked to Growth accounting, Productivity, Agricultural development and Short run. His study in Green Revolution is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic growth, Development studies, Population growth and Demographic economics. In his research on the topic of Total factor productivity, Monetary economics, Total factor productivity growth and Yield is strongly related with Capital.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developing country, Total factor productivity, Agricultural economics, Capital and State. Robert E. Evenson interconnects Panel data, Human capital, Intangible property and Cost reduction in the investigation of issues within Developing country. His Total factor productivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Agricultural extension, Agricultural productivity, Financial capital, Capital intensity and Capital deepening.
His Agricultural productivity research incorporates elements of Productivity, Growth accounting and Labour economics. His Agricultural economics research includes elements of Regional science and Field. His work in State tackles topics such as Economic history which are related to areas like Economic impact analysis.
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Assessing the impact of the Green Revolution, 1960 to 2000
R. E. Evenson;D. Gollin.
Induced Innovation: Technology, Institutions, and Development
H.P. Binswanger;V.W. Ruttan;U. Ben-Zion;A. de Janvry.
Science for Agriculture: A Long-Term Perspective
Wallace E. Huffman;Robert E. Evenson.
The economic impact of agricultural extension : a review
Dean Birkhaeuser;Robert E. Evenson;Gershon Feder.
Economic Development and Cultural Change (1991)
Agricultural Research and Productivity Growth in India
Robert E. Evenson;Carl E. Pray;Mark W. Rosegrant.
Efficiency in agricultural production: The case of peasant farmers in eastern Paraguay
Boris E. Bravo-Ureta;Robert E. Evenson.
Agricultural Economics (1994)
Crop Variety Improvement and its Effect on Productivity: The Impact of International Agricultural Research
Robert E. Evenson;Douglas Gollin.
Technological change and technology strategy
Robert E. Evenson;Larry E. Westphal.
Handbook of Development Economics (1995)
Does intellectual property protection spur technological change
Sunil Kanwar;Robert E. Evenson.
Oxford Economic Papers (2003)
Economic impacts of agricultural research and extension
Robert E. Evenson.
Research Papers in Economics (2001)
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