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A behavioral approach to agricultural development

a review of literature and suggestions for research.Prepared for the Agricultural Development Council, inc

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        Paginationxvi, 54 p. :
        Number of Pages53
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For each performance indicator, we capped outliers by replacing unrealistic performance scores with the maximum value observed within a realistic range. Identifying locally viable practices for agricultural development does not require complex econometric or system modeling Studying the identified household success cases should allow development agents to draw plausible links between unique practices and performance outcomes.

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The issue contains 18 articles that include research, theory, and practice in the field of child and infant autism and behavior analysis, with an emphasis on early behavioral interventions. John Dollard and Neal Miller suggested, based on basic principles of learning theory, that habits that are reinforced tend to be repeated and eventually become part of a stable array of habits that form personality.

Existing combined approaches, however, risk underemphasizing the heterogeneity of households [,]. The promise of positive deviants: bridging divides between scientific research and local practices in smallholder agriculture.

When do the behaviors occur? The policy implications of alternative formulations of bounded rationality are different. As the adoption potential of different practices can vary strongly between households, informed targeting of practices to suitable end users is required [,].

Once we enter the world of bounded rationality, there are too many possible departures to test.

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Ethics statement This study conforms with the principles of the 1964 WMA declaration of Helsinki. Step 1: indicators the first, quantitative research step, we collected household-level data that characterize farming systems and allow quantifying livelihood performance indicators.

Conclusions We designed a new method for informed planning of household-level smallholder agricultural development interventions by operationalizing the Positive Deviance approach. In other organizations, the amount of initiating structure A behavioral approach to agricultural development to make little difference. The Power to Change, p. If you have any difficulty accessing the course, encounter any problems, or have any feedback, please contact us by emailing us at. The prosperity of agriculture would raise the income of the majority of the rural population and thus the disparity in income may be reduced to a certain extent.

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