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Land Tenure and Efficiency in Boro Rice Production in Bangladesh

 

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This study attempts, to measure and compare resource use, efficiency and relative productivity of farming under different tenure conditions in an area of Bangladesh. Sample farmers were classified as owner, owner-cum-tenant and tenant farmers. A total of 90 samples, 30 from each class were selected on the basis of random sampling technique. It is found that total cash expenses as well as total gross costs for producing HYV Boro rice was highest in owner farms and lowest in tenant’s farm. The total cost and gross return is highest in owner-cum-tenant’s own land than in rented in land. Owner operators used more hired labor while owner-cum-tenant farmers and tenant operators used more family labor. However, it was found that owner farmers are more efficient than owner-cum-tenant and tenant farmers. Again, owner-cum-tenants are more efficient in production in the case of his own land than in rented in land. The owner-cum-tenant’s rented in land is more efficient than tenant’s rented in land. From the findings of this research, it may be argued that there is an opportunity for agricultural improvement through reallocation of resources following a series of interrelated reform measures
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Country of ManufactureIndia
Product BrandLAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
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