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Maiginalist Explanation for More Intense Labour Input in Smaller Farms-Empirical Verification

Maiginalist Explanation for More Intense Labour Input in Smaller Farms Empirical Verification Ashok Rudra with the statistical assistance of Bela Bandopadhyaya As farm size increases, labour gets employed with increasing quantities of land and capital, but capital increases at a slower rate than does land. This results in increase in the average productivity of labour, but at a very low rate

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