2 edition of Agro-industrial production and socio-economic development found in the catalog.
Agro-industrial production and socio-economic development
by Roskilde University Centre, Institute of Geography, Socio-economic Analysis, and Computer Science in Roskilde, Denmark
Written in English
|Series||Publications from the Institute of Geography, Socio-economic Analysis, and Computer Science. Working paper ;, no. 11, Publikationer fra Institut for geografi, samfundsanalyse, og datalogi, Roskilde universitetscenter., nr. 11.|
|LC Classifications||HD9198.K46 B873 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||84116269|
The theoretical and practical basis of the effectiveness of the functioning of agro-industrial complex business entities of the Russian Far East maritime region presented in the article. It is proved that the growth of the Russian economy requires the development of agrarian production on an intensive basis, which will ensure food security. OVERVIEW. India has a land frontier of 15, kms., a sea coast length of 7, kms. It is the second most populous and seventh largest country in the world.
•Droughts have direct impact on domestic water supply andon water‐dependant economic sectors,such as irrigation and hydroelectricity production, Agro‐industry, on water and precipitation‐dependant, and on other economic activities. •Non‐market impacts include social welfare reductions and impaired environment. The book outlines the current status of agribusiness and agro-industrial activities in Africa, and situates them in historical and global context. It analyses the opportunities for diversified growth, and assesses the existing and potential sources of demand growth for agribusiness development on the continent.
The Journal of Oromo Srudies (10S) is an international scholarly publication of the Oromo Studies Association which serves as a vehicle of expression for its members and others It is a peer reviewed journal that is published biannually The JOS seeks to pro. This has a negative impact on their vital activities, as well as on the overall socio-economic development of such countries; - Secondly, the use of complicated management tools for steadily improvement of the production quality in the agro-industrial sector of developing countries is not always feasible from scientific and practical points of Cited by: 1.
Transactions of the Leicestershire Architectural and Archaeological Society.
The Ronins mistress
The Socialist Republic of Rumania
operation of vacuum phototriodes in non-axial magentic field
From budget to bedside
Civil government for Alaska, etc.
Toxoplasma Gondii in farm animals
The little book of results
Improving the governance of water resources in Cambodia
Revitalising Transmission and Distribution Systems (I E E Conference Publication)
The gazetteers; or, newsmans interpreter
Agro-industrial development. FAO, UNIDO and IFAD are committed partners for the development of a shared vision to maximize the impact of the agro-industrial sector on the liveli-hoods of those in the developing world. Our agencies are working together to assist their Member States in creating enabling environments for the develop-ixFile Size: 1MB.
Implementation of strategic initiatives at the stage of ensuring reproductive growth of the agro-industrial production creates the foundation for building new quality of the economic growth and on condition of successful realization of the corresponding strategic initiatives leads to reaching such levels of economic dynamics that will make it Cited by: 3.
Future development must be based on innovative technology for the production of non-staple commodities or agro-industrial products. Key words agricultural development agroindustry cassave (socio-economic) constraint crop quality food demand maize national development plan research priority rice sugarcaneCited by: 8.
Agro-industrial manufacturing enables cactus products to be packaged and shipped over long distances, stored safely and sold in supermarkets wherever there is a demand for these foods.
Furthermore, Rutz and Janssen  published a book regarding the socio-economic impacts of bioenergy production. The book covers various topics, such Author: Dominik Rutz. NebulaMarch Ogen: Agricultural Sector and Nigeria’s Development biodiversity and contribute to the viability of many rural areas (Humbert, ).
In fact, through its different spheres of activities at both the macro and micro levels, the agricultural. A scientific basis for agriculture based on production of organic products has been developed.
The concept and the management mechanism for the agriculture development aimed at organic production have been generated.
The importance of production and consumption of ecologically clean products has been confirmed by the analysis of efficiency of the innovative Author: Andrei Vladimirovich Glotko, Irina Nikolaevna Sycheva, Elena Sergeyevna Permyakova, Tatyana Leonovna.
The method of complex scientific and methodological assessment of socio-economic relations was used in the development of managerial decisions during analyzing the relations arising in the process of strategic planning for the development of agricultural production and rural territories.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION. The role of agriculture in economic development eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book THIS can be read by using a personal computer or by using an eBook reader.
(of large or small farms) to fully integrating production and agro-industrial holdings. This shift is often in response to increasingly stringent food. agro-industrial waste Miriam Otoo and Munir A. Hanjra A.
Key characteristics Model name Nutrient recovery from own agro-industrial waste Waste stream Vegetative waste, livestock waste Value-Added Waste Products ‘Regular’ compost, enriched vermi-compost Geography Regions with signiﬁcant livestock production, agro-processing enterprises.
The institution of human capital and its role in socio-economic transformation is fundamental to agribusiness development in Africa. Access to education, healthy life and standard living are the three key elements of the Human Development Index (HDI) introduced by the UNDP in to track global evolution of human development around the world Cited by: production Small to medium scale 20–30 tons of chemical product or ethanol per day from agro or agro-industrial waste Supporting cases in this book Carabobo, Venezuela; Veracruz state, Mexico Objective of entity Cost-recovery [ ]; For proﬁt [ X ]; Social enterprise [ ] Investment cost range Approx.
– USD/ton of chemical product or. Abstract. Biofuel is a rapidly growing research field and fast-moving industry. Since the publication of the first edition of Handbook of Biofuels Production insignificant research progresses in biofuel production technology have been made, improved understanding of biofuel production processes has been acquired, and the industrial production of biofuels has moved forward.
The globalization of the agro-industrial food chain in Kenya can be traced back to the restructuring of the international division of labour.
The current global agro-food industrial system entails aspects of a complex international division of labour, whereby the South specializes in high-value 'nontraditional' exports, while the North concentrates on low-value cereal by: 9.
Agricultural Systems in IGAD Region — A Socio-Economic Review. By Osman Babikir, Solomon Muchina, Ameha Sebsibe, Adan Bika, Agol Kwai, Caroline Agosa, George Obhai and Samuel Wakhusama.
Submitted: June 14th Reviewed: December 1st Published: June 10th DOI: /Cited by: 2. The book includes contributions from researchers from various countries for the development of Cleaner Production. Divided into three sections, the book addresses national experiences for the implementation of CP programs, research related to the metrics used to assess the effects of CP initiatives in the production sector and discussions that.
The purpose of the work is to develop the practice-oriented mechanism of activation of the process of import substitution in the agro-industrial complex (AIC) for the purpose of provision of food security in modern Russia.
The offered hypothesis is verified with the help of the regression and correlation by: 4. The Agro-based industry depends upon agriculture region for raw materials.
This industry is the major market of agricultural commodities. Main agro-based industries in India are the sugar industry, the cotton textile industry, oil industry, jute industry, food processing industries, paper industry, etc. The sugar industry is a very important agro-based industry in India.
Downloadable. The article is devoted to solution of the existing problems of innovation development of the agro-industrial complex of Ukraine. The authors make a conclusion that permanent and continuous innovation development of the agro-industrial complex is one of the most important components of prosperity and effectiveness of agricultural production.
New Approaches to Agricultural Production Management in the Arctic: Organic Farming and Food Security: /ch Organic agriculture is a promising form of management in which the preservation of the natural foundations of life and natural processes is the determiningAuthor: Mykhailo Guz.
Intensive Speciesism Regions in Brazil: Ethical and Social Stains in Territories Supplying Global Meat Markets: /ch This chapter brings together ethical, social and territorial implications of the meat industry in the regions of Cited by: 2.DRC – Agro-industrial parks to address the food security challenge The DR Congo government has decided to create 20 agro-industrial parks to tap the country’s huge agricultural potential and to address the challenge of food security.
The challenge is a difficult one.The scale of socio-economic activities, urbanisation, industrial operations and agricultural production, has reached the point where, in addition to interfering with natural processes within the same watershed, they also have a world-wide impact on water resources.
As a result, very complex inter-relationships between socio-economic.