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A Scale to Measure the Attitude of Farmers towards Livelihood Diversification

B.S. Lakshmana Reddy, M.S. Nataraju, M.T. Lakshminarayan
2020 International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences  
The results revealed that a vast majority of farmers (73.33%) had favourable to more favourable attitude towards livelihood diversification.  ...  Collection and editing of items A list of 42statements reflecting the attitude towards livelihood diversification was prepared through extensive review of literature and in consultation with the social  ... 
doi:10.20546/ijcmas.2020.905.252 fatcat:r3hg7na5xval3kjgzn7q6dmjkm

Factors Responsible for Livelihood Diversification of Unirrigated Farmers

Sathyapriya Eswaran, Asokhan Murugan
2019 Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension Economics & Sociology  
Livelihood diversification is the process by which households construct a diverse portfolio of activities and social support capabilities for survival and in order to improve their standard of living.  ...  Based on the judges rating the valid items were selected and used for interview schedule construction. The information was gathered by using a pretested well-structured interview schedule.  ...  Thus, diversification is considered to be a movement to a better state than the existing one.  ... 
doi:10.9734/ajaees/2019/v31i430140 fatcat:mdzxbzwxozbljjg5n4kornueli

An Assessment of Disparities in Diversity of Crop at Block Level in West Bengal

Rukhsana
2021 Acta Scientific Agriculture  
The study results show that West Bengal's agricultural sector is gradually moving towards higher value items.  ...  Agricultural diversity can be described as a move from regional dominance of one crop towards the production of a large number of crops to meet the growing demand for those crops.  ...  The results of the study show that West Bengal's agricultural sector at block level is gradually moving towards high value commodities.  ... 
doi:10.31080/asag.2021.05.1078 fatcat:pbnht7biyredpekuzbj66zbbby

Farmers' Attitude and Preference towards Crop Diversification with Maize in Haryana

P. S. Shehrawat, Sube Singh, Sandeep Bhakar, . Aditay
2022 Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension Economics & Sociology  
The attitude of farmers towards diversification showed that Minimum Support Price of maize crop should be increased and procurement may be ensured by the government.  ...  The government's assistance of Rs.7000/-per acre is less as compared to economic loss resulting from the attack of armyworms on maize.  ...  Preferences of farmers towards crop diversification with maize in Haryana The data in Table 10 related to preferences of farmers towards crop diversification of paddy with maize crop were collected which  ... 
doi:10.9734/ajaees/2022/v40i930988 fatcat:km3xnniq6jddrbn6xfjtn24kjy

Home Equity Bias

Ume Salma Akbar, Mubasher Ali Jamro, Zulfiquar Ali Shah
2018 Sukkur IBA Journal of Management and Business  
This study is aimed to investigate the factors that are intended to lessen the home equity bias or became a base for foreign diversification.  ...  The results from Random effect panel regression shows a diminishing trend of investors towards home equity biasness and the contributing factors for lessening this bias are local market share in world  ...  Data and Methodology This is secondary data based study which is aimed to investigate how much investors are biased towards home equity and investigate the influence of various factors on foreign diversification  ... 
doi:10.30537/sijmb.v1i1.84 fatcat:xkpnt6gd45g43ax5m35i2kqzjy

Crop diversification in the west of France (Pays de la Loire area): collect and spread experiences of farmers

MEROT Emmanuel, VANDEWALLE Aline, SIGWALT Annie
2020 Zenodo  
So, even if this type construction can be discussed, the results are very interesting and a good working base to more precisely understand the diversification process in the Pays de la Loire area.  ...  Over the last 50 years, there has been a trend towards specialisation and intensification to increase the efficiency of production.  ...  of feed autonomy in forage and protein, by strong changes in farming system Results Four kinds of drivers for diversification: 1.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3890990 fatcat:2xkaiypforenlnvj7cujmrfpce

Food and income diversification decisions as climate change adaptation strategies: Evidence from Kalfou and Tabalak local governments, Tahoua State, Niger Republic
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Amadou Zakou
2019 Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics  
Results finally suggest that collective decision made about food and income diversification decisions is more welfare enhancing that individual decision.  ...  The purpose of this study is to evaluate rural household's food and income diversification decisions in face of climate change adaptation strategies using advances in choice-based experiment.  ...  He is also grateful to a group of students in the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Tahoua University, who administered the questionnaire.  ... 
doi:10.5897/jdae2018.0997 fatcat:amz6wp4a4vhdthvxchcq5ixq24

Attitude of Farmers towards Livelihood Diversification

B. S. Lakshman Reddy, M. S. Nataraju, M. T. Lakshminarayan
2021 International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences  
Results and Discussion Statement-wise attitude of farmers towards livelihood diversification The results in Table 1 reveal that statement wise attitude of farmers towards livelihood diversification  ...  One hundred and fifty farmers were personally interviewed using a pre-tested schedule. The results revealed that the farmers had favorable attitude towards livelihood diversification.  ... 
doi:10.20546/ijcmas.2021.1001.125 fatcat:2k4265o5yzddzosnhraxgjjyie

Perception of Women Farmers Group towards the Use of Home Yards Garden in Supporting Food Diversification in Semidang Aji District OKU Regency

Fitri Yani Susanti, Munajat Munajat, Rini Efrianti
2022 AJARCDE | Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empowerment  
The perception of female farmers in Semidang Aji District, Ogan Komering Ulu Regency towards the function of the home yard garden is in a high category, and food diversification is in a very high category  ...  Perception level measurement uses the Likert Scale, which is a research scale commonly used to measure attitudes and opinions.  ...  Based on the results of the study, it was found that the perception of women farmers towards food diversification in Semidang Aji District of Ogan Komering Ulu Regency was in the very high category with  ... 
doi:10.29165/ajarcde.v6i2.105 fatcat:zusiwjrkwfekxjkloxy2rnvmja

What are the Consequences of Livelihood Diversification, and what Solutions are Suggested? Findings from Tamil Nadu, India

Sathyapriya E, M Vengateswari, R Raja Priya, Reeba Jacob, Asokhan M
2022 Asian Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development  
Data were collected from 240 respondents in Tamil Nadu, India by a thorough survey method with the help of a pretested, well-structured interview schedule.  ...  The Z test results indicated that there is a difference between irrigated and nonirrigated farms with respect to farmers' age, educational status, level of income, occupation, and awareness of climate  ...  The collected responses were analysed and the results and discussion presented below.  ... 
doi:10.18488/5005.v12i1.4421 fatcat:gje3ygr3xvblnb3fc6akje7zqa

Is bank income diversification beneficial? Evidence from an emerging economy

Céline Meslier, Ruth Tacneng, Amine Tarazi
2014 Journal of international financial markets, institutions, and money  
Our results also indicate that foreign banks benefit more from such a shift than their domestic counterparts.  ...  Using a unique dataset with detailed information on noninterest income, our findings show that, conversely to studies on Western economies, a shift towards non-interest activities increases bank profits  ...  Our results indicate that income diversification and a shift towards non-interest income has a positive influence on the profitability and risk-adjusted profitability of Philippine banks. 2 Republic Act  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.intfin.2014.03.007 fatcat:zqbqqykxpbbsviq2fvgmuwwo3u

Empirical Analysis of Structural Income Changes in Commercial Banks: A Case of Pakistan

Ramla Sadiq, Tahseen Mohsan Khan, Noman Arshed
2018 Lahore Journal of Business  
It aimed to establish the theory on dual impact of income diversification and ownership on bank performance in a developing economy.  ...  Ownership mode finding suggested conventional banks tilt towards non-markup income significantly for asset and gross income base increase and Islamic banks insignificantly towards markup income.  ...  In Islamic banks category, low-and high-performing banks show increase in asset and profit after tax as a proportion of gross income base, but results towards markup income are not significant.  ... 
doi:10.35536/ljb.2018.v7.i1.a2 fatcat:uvob4ogndnauzejevjbhwfipme

Explicit Search Result Diversification through Sub-queries [chapter]

Rodrygo L. T. Santos, Jie Peng, Craig Macdonald, Iadh Ounis
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We evaluate the effectiveness of xQuAD using a standard TREC collection.  ...  The results show that our framework markedly outperforms state-ofthe-art diversification approaches under a simulated best-case scenario.  ...  Most previous works on search result diversification are based on a greedy approximation to this problem [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-12275-0_11 fatcat:pcjesatrffg2zjjp5s4niqn3ne

Optimizing the Financial Performance of SMEs Based on Sharia Economy: Perspective of Economic Business Sustainability and Open Innovation

Firman Menne, Batara Surya, Muhammad Yusuf, Seri Suriani, Muhlis Ruslan, Iskandar Iskandar
2022 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
The results of the study show that human resource capacity and business diversification affect the financial performance of SMEs by 41.8%.  ...  Sharia fintech, human resource capacity, business diversification, business productivity, and financial performance have a positive effect on SME business sustainability with a determination coefficient  ...  , (iii) a liquid debt return rate, (iv) a debt collection rate. smooth and good.  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc8010018 fatcat:d7szb6x7qbbtva3oxad46m26ou

A Risk Management Technique Adopted by Farmers of North India to Mixes a Wide Variety of Crops within a Portfolio

2015 Journal of Stock & Forex Trading  
Citation: Dagar V (2015) A Risk Management Technique Adopted by Farmers of North India to Mixes a Wide Variety of Crops within a Portfolio. J Stock Forex Trad 4: 156.  ...  The effective price policy coupled with relatively better technology has resulted in the emergence of paddy in kharif and wheat in rabi as the most secured and profitable crops in several states.  ...  micro studies based on primary data collected by the researchers through field surveys [16] [17] [18] .  ... 
doi:10.4172/2168-9458.1000156 fatcat:6i5q4ilxqnanxdyrkpbjpxu4uq
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