Growth in Ghana: A Macroeconometric Model Simulation Integrating Agriculture

1st Edition

Daniel Bruce Sarpong

Published September 18, 2018
Reference - 230 Pages
ISBN 9781138320376 - CAT# K391732
Series: Routledge Revivals

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Published in 1997, this text is set in a context where Ghana has experienced improvements in aggregate output performance over the past decade (1986-1996) yet agriculture's performance remains sub-optimal. The author focuses on agriculture's fragmentation as attributable to space (storage, transportation and marketing), form (rudimentary production methods in general) and content (stagnent productivity and poor organization of production) and notes that whilst current policies have impinged on the space fragmentation, issues on form and content seem to have been left to the dictates of the market. The author calls for a strategy of government plan in promoting modern technology in agriculture to enhance its linkage to industry for rapid and sustainable economic growth.


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