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An Economic Assessment along the Jatropha-based Biodiesel Value Chain In India AgEcon
Shinoj, P.; Raju, S.S.; Kumar, Praduman; Msangi, Siwa; Yadav, Pawan; Thorat, Vishal Shankar; Chaudhary, Khyali Ram.
The Government of India had launched the National Biofuel Mission in the year 2003 as an initiative to limit the country’s dependence on crude oil imports. An integral part of this mission is the Biodiesel Blending program and Jatropha, a tree-borne biodiesel yielding crop, is the cornerstone of the program. This study has been specifically designed to carry out economic assessment of the upcoming jatropha-based biodiesel value chain in the country. The study, based on primary data collected from three major jatropha growing states, has observed that jatropha cultivation is an economically viable proposition in the long-run as indicated by favourable values of net present value, internal rate of return and benefit cost ratio. Nevertheless, initial...
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Agricultural and Food Policy.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/96913
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Analysis of Demand for Major Spices in India AgEcon
Shinoj, P.; Mathur, V.C..
India is the largest producer, consumer, and exporter of spices in the world. The demand scenario for major spices in India has been comprehensively examined in the study. The shift in preferences of domestic consumers for food items, increasing urbanization and rising incomes, altered demographic and social factors and the changes in productivity of spices have brought about changes in the pattern of their consumption and demand. A two-stage budgeting framework, which is a recent development in the theory, of demand with quadratic terms of total expenditure / food expenditure and is an appropriate technique for computing the expenditure elasticities, has been employed to work out the expenditure elasticities for spices in India. The resultant expenditure...
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Agricultural and Food Policy.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/57770
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Comparative Advantage of India in Agricultural Exports vis-a-vis Asia: A Post-reforms Analysis AgEcon
Shinoj, P.; Mathur, V.C..
Recent developments in the international trade scenario and corresponding alterations in India’s foreign trade policies have depicted far reaching implications for India’s agricultural sector in general and agricultural exports in particular. The present study has ascertained the changes in comparative advantage status of India’s major agricultural exports vis-a-vis other Asian players during the post-reforms period (1991-2004). It has been found that in exports of certain commodities like cashew and oil meals, India has been able to maintain its comparative advantage, but several others like tea, coffee, spices, marine products, etc. have been negatively affected. India has been found losing out its comparative advantage in export of some of the...
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: International Relations/Trade.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/47361
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Factor Demand, Output Supply Elasticities and Supply Projections for Major Crops of India AgEcon
Kumar, Praduman; Shinoj, P.; Raju, S.S.; Kumar, Anjani; Rich, Karl M.; Msangi, Siwa.
Policy planners face the challenge of formulating suitable agricultural policy by which the required growth in domestic production can be achieved. To attain effective food security policy, one needs reliable empirical knowledge about the degree of responsiveness of factor demand and output supply for commodities. This paper is an attempt in this direction and estimates the factor demand and output supply elasticity for major crops grown in India. These elasticities are used to project the domestic supply of major commodities, viz. rice, wheat, pulse grains, nine major edible oilseeds, and sugarcane under various scenarios with and without acreage expansion and TFP growth. The results of supply projections are compared with the food demand and policy...
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Agricultural and Food Policy.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/92090
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Spatial price integration and price transmission among major fish markets in India AgEcon
Shinoj, P.; Kumar, B. Ganesh; Sathiadhas, R.; Datta, K.K.; Menon, Muktha; Singh, Shiv Kumar.
The domestic fish marketing system in India deserves to be developed into a strong network of efficiently functioning markets, as more than three-fourths of the country’s total fish production is channellised domestically. With the unleashing of a new global economic order, the efficiency of markets needs to be dealt with utmost importance. The degree of spatial market integration and price transmission between the major coastal markets in India have been reported using monthly retail price data on important marine fish species. It has been observed that degree of integration and rate of price transmission differ according to species. The highest integration has been observed in mackerel, probably because of its affordability to all income classes,...
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Marketing.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/47882
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