By Steven R. Tabor
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These could take various forms, involving trade negotiations for preferential access, commodity agreements, greater use of foreign credits, or deferral of debt repayments. In practice, it is extremely difficult to separate out the influences of past changes. Not only are they complex, but they are seldom independent. Current economic circumstances will reflect both external and internal forces. In particular, they will reflect the historical responses of domestic policies to earlier external shocks.
Chile: Macroeconomic Indicators, 1973-92 40 3-2. Annual Average Rates of Growth of Agricultural GDP, 1960-90 43 3-3. Chile: Average Crop Yields, 1974-83 and 1984-88 43 3-4. Funding and Staffing of Chile's NARS, Selected Years, 1970-90 46 3-5. INIA's Sources of Funding, Selected Years, 1970-92 46 3-6. Funds Allocated to Agricultural Research by Various Institutional Sources, 1981-92 47 4-1. Economic and Social Indicators 1974-90 57 4-2. Growth Rate of Major Agricultural Commodities, 1974-91 60 4-3.
Mexico: Indicators of Research Activity, 1983-92 125 9-1. Selected Socioeconomic Indicators for East Africa, 1990 135 Page vii 10-1a. Agricultural Land and Labor Productivities, 1961-90 153 10-1b. Agricultural Land and Labor Productivities, 1961-90 154 10-2. Land-Labor Ratios in Agriculture, 1961-90 155 10-3. Public Sector Agricultural R&D Expenditures for the OECD Countries, Selected Years, 1970-90 158 10-4. Agricultural Research Intensity Ratios 159 10-5. Rates of Return to Agricultural Research in OECD Countries, Selected Years, 1962-84 160 11-1.
Agricultural research in an era of adjustment: policies, institutions, and progress by Steven R. Tabor