2 edition of RASAR - a resource allocation system for agricultural research. found in the catalog.
RASAR - a resource allocation system for agricultural research.
D. G. Russell
1973 by University of Stirling, Department ofIndustrial Science in Stirling .
Written in English
|Series||University of Stirling Research Monograph in Technological Economics -- 1|
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Journal of the Operational Research Society JulyVol Issue 2, pp – | Cite as RASAR — A Resource Allocation System for Agricultural by: 2.
As the economic importance of research has risen, the emerging problems attendant on the allocation of resources to research has attracted increased professional book presents the views and findings of a number of experts concerned with the problems, issues, and procedures involved in the allocation of resources for agricultural : Linley E.
Juers. This book presents the views and findings of a number of experts concerned with the problems, issues, and procedures involved in the allocation of resources for agricultural research. The twenty-one contributors include agricultural and general economists, public administration officials, scientists, and other specialists.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Based [mainly] on papers presented at the Minnesota Symposium on Resource Allocation in Agricultural Research held in Minneapolis on February".
A Resource Allocation System for Agricultural Research (RASAR) was developed  as a framework (a) to provide adequate criteria for resource allocation decisions,!(b) to.
"Based [mainly] on papers presented at the Minnesota Symposium on Resource Allocation in Agricultural Research held in Minneapolis on February" Description: 1 online resource.
Hence, this book elucidates the analyzed research results of existing farming systems and the level of agricultural resources allocation efficiency among indigenous and settler farmers in Assosa district. Four farmer associations were selected randomly and a total of household heads were sampled using systematic random : Haimanot Aregahegn.
Downloadable. An era has come when the most ancient industry, namely, agriculture is beginning to be transformed in the underdeveloped countries of the world.
Changes are taking different directions in different places with different rates of growth. RASAR - a resource allocation system for agricultural research. book, the "traditional agriculture" characterized by age old techniques of production is not a myth of the past.
Biological and physiological systems: animal sciences. Plant-animal interactions in northern temperate sown grasslands and semi-natural vegetation. RASAR - a resource allocation system for agricultural research.
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Optimising the mixture of enterprises in a farming system. In this paper, we proffer a resource allocation-based optimization model that adjusts resources (system inputs) automatically, which provides decision makers (such as health care managers and policy-makers) with a decision-support tool for re-allocating resources in large health systems that are centrally controlled and funded, such as the.
One positive result of the diversity of contributions in the book is that it clearly indicates the inappropriateness of general prescriptions on mechanization in a country with a wide variety of environments, crops, technologies and farm structures.
WILLS Momh University. RASAR: A Resource Allocation System for Agricultural Research. Introduction. Research has multiple impacts on society. In the light of the international discourse on grand societal challenges and sustainable development, the debate is reinforced about the role of research on economic growth, societal well-being, and environmental integrity ().Research impact assessment (RIA) is a key instrument to exploring this role ().
The goal of the journal is to publish articles on new and emerging fields and concepts for providing future directions to promote agricultural research globally. It is a unique journal covering all the disciplines of crop sciences, animal sciences, fishery sciences, forestry sciences and natural resources management sciences, to stimulate.
The successful management of resources for agriculture to satisfy changing human needs while maintaining or enhancing the (Natural resource- base and avoiding environmental degradation) (TAC-CGIAR, ) A sustainable Agriculture is a system of agriculture that is committed to.
The international agricultural research system. Reviewing agricultural research programs. Location and scale in agricultural research. The private sector in agricultural research. Institutional and project funding of research. The economic benefits from agricultural research. Research resource allocation.
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All journal articles featured in Journal of the Operational Research Society vol 26 issue 2. The rationality of agricultural resource allocation is connected with the healthy development of an agricultural economy. To evaluate sustainable agriculture, dynamic cluster analysis and qualitative analysis are used in basic agricultural resource indicators (Luo et al., ; Luo et al., ).
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