The Relative Indicators to Agriculture Policy Development Paradigms: Local Restraints, Global Trends
Ahmed, Shamsuddin (2016). The Relative Indicators to Agriculture Policy Development Paradigms: Local Restraints, Global Trends. Journal of US-China Public Administration, February 2016, Vol. 13, No. 2, 91-121; doi: 10.17265/1548-6591/2016.02.003; ISSN 1548-6591 (Print); ISSN 1935-9691 (Online)
31 Pages Posted: 11 May 2017
Date Written: October 15, 2015
Recent trends in agriculture and rural development divulge apparently untidy land governance that performs a narrower livelihood from the agriculture value in the domestic product. This situation continues as a result of summative population density, prolific industrial augmentation, and the huge urban settings that compel the varied land transits and community services. Antagonistically, countries apart from regional economic influences rather have extricated development assistance that is based on national income capability of a country which accumulates the gross domestic product (GDP) impulsively with agricultural stagnation. Data from 1991 to 2011 of 140 ~ 206 countries expose a substantial decline in agriculture value in GDP. Local land coverage data indicate rapid changes of agriculture lands to settlements, growth centres, urban corridors, or the commercial areas. At this point, this paper tried to explore the relative indicators to agriculture policy development paradigms in the global context in viewing the current constraints at the local level.
Keywords: agriculture value, development assistance, labour dynamics, paradigms, trends
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