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Kenneth Strzepek – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • an assessment of integrated climate change impacts on the Agricultural Economy of egypt
    Climatic Change, 1998
    Co-Authors: David Yates, Kenneth Strzepek

    Abstract:

    This study used a quadratic programming sector model to assess the integrated impacts of climate change on the Agricultural Economy of Egypt. Results from a dynamic global food trade model were used to update the Egyptian sector model and included socio-economic trends and world market prices of Agricultural goods. In addition, the impacts of climate change from three bio-physical sectors – water resources, crop yields, and land resources – were used as inputs to the economic model. The climate change scenarios generally had minor impacts on aggregated economic welfare (sum of Consumer and Producer Surplus or CPS), with the largest reduction of approximately 6 percent. In some climate change scenarios, CPS slightly improved or remained unchanged. These scenarios generally benefited consumers more than producers, as world market conditions reduced the revenue generating capacity of Egyptian Agricultural exporters but decreased the costs of imports. Despite increased water availability and only moderate yield declines, several climate change scenarios showed producers being negatively affected by climate change. The analysis supported the hypothesis that smaller food importing countries are at a greater risk to climate change, and impacts could have as much to do with changes in world markets as with changes in local and regional biophysical systems and shifts in the national Agricultural Economy.

David Yates – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • an assessment of integrated climate change impacts on the Agricultural Economy of egypt
    Climatic Change, 1998
    Co-Authors: David Yates, Kenneth Strzepek

    Abstract:

    This study used a quadratic programming sector model to assess the integrated impacts of climate change on the Agricultural Economy of Egypt. Results from a dynamic global food trade model were used to update the Egyptian sector model and included socio-economic trends and world market prices of Agricultural goods. In addition, the impacts of climate change from three bio-physical sectors – water resources, crop yields, and land resources – were used as inputs to the economic model. The climate change scenarios generally had minor impacts on aggregated economic welfare (sum of Consumer and Producer Surplus or CPS), with the largest reduction of approximately 6 percent. In some climate change scenarios, CPS slightly improved or remained unchanged. These scenarios generally benefited consumers more than producers, as world market conditions reduced the revenue generating capacity of Egyptian Agricultural exporters but decreased the costs of imports. Despite increased water availability and only moderate yield declines, several climate change scenarios showed producers being negatively affected by climate change. The analysis supported the hypothesis that smaller food importing countries are at a greater risk to climate change, and impacts could have as much to do with changes in world markets as with changes in local and regional biophysical systems and shifts in the national Agricultural Economy.

Wang Yong – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Empirical Research on the Effect of the Financial Support for Agriculture on the Growth of the Agricultural Economy in Jiangxi
    Journal of Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics, 2020
    Co-Authors: Wang Yong

    Abstract:

    Financial support for agriculture has positive effect on the growth of the Agricultural Economy.This article analyses the financial support for agriculture and Agricultural Economy from 1978 to 2008 in Jiangxi and makes an empirical research about the effect on Agricultural Economy by using co-integration test and error correction model.It is found that the elasticity coefficient of the effect on the growth of the Agricultural Economy by financial support for agriculture is 0.649 and that the effect of the expenditure structure on agriculture Economy is in the following order: on the top are other expenses including relief expenses,then comes the support for the Agricultural production,wile operating expenses in agriculture and weather departments rank the lowest and the expenditure for the basic construction of the agriculture is not obvious.

  • Studies on the Factors Stimulating the Evolution of Chinese Agricultural Structure
    Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences, 2007
    Co-Authors: Wang Yong

    Abstract:

    The driving action of various factors like nature,economic and social on the historical changes of the Agricultural structure in China was reviewed.Relatively,the natural ecological factors,such as climate,environment were the dominant factors of Agricultural structure change in the natural—Economy phrase and the social economic factors,such as market,policy,were the dominant factors of Agricultural structure change in commodity—Economy phrase.At present,under the pressure of environment and resource,the Agricultural Economy value should become the important guiding principal for Agricultural structure adjustment in future.