Generalized simulation approach to agricultural sector analysis

with special reference to Nigeria.
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Michigan State University , East Lansing
Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Nigeria -- Mathematical models., Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Mathematical models., Agriculture -- Data proces

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StatementProduced by the Michigan State University simulation team: Thomas J. Manetsch [and others]
ContributionsManetsch, Thomas J., Michigan State University.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD2130.N52 G45
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 362 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5395338M
LC Control Number72619511

Generalized simulation approach to agricultural sector analysis. East Lansing, Michigan State University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas J Manetsch; Michigan State University. A Generalized Simulation Approach to Agricultural Sector Analysis with Special Reference to Nigeria (East Lansing: Michigan State University, Novem ).

(3) Rossmiller, George E., et al., Korean Agricul­ tural Sector Analysis and Recommended Develop­ ment Strategies,Project Report, Michigan State University, July 1, Author: Michael H. Abkin, Thomas J. Manetsch. [35] Manetseh, T. "A Reply to 'Review of A Generalized Simulation Approach to Agricultural Sector Analysis with Special Reference to Nigeria' by Richard de Neufville." IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cyber-netics, Vol.

SMC-3, September [36] Manetsch, Thomas J. "Time-Varying Distributed Delays and Their Use in. Based on the project's conclusions that GSSA was a feasible approach for agricultural development policy and planning analysis and that simulation models and components were generalizable for application in different countries and contexts, ASASP undertook a second contract with AID in (AID/csd - Korean Agricultural Sector Study (KASS Phone: () A Generalized Simulation Approach to Agricultural Sector Analysis (with special reference to Nigeria), Michigan State University, A.N.

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