## Pakistan Development Review, Volume 16, Issues 1-3Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, 1977 - Pakistan |

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in year t

crops in year 1-1 number of private tube - wells per thousand cultivated acres

X21_1 X3 T time trend bo be are the co - efficients to be estimated constant and

bi the ...

in year t

**relative**price per lb of nitrogen in year t weighted price index of majorcrops in year 1-1 number of private tube - wells per thousand cultivated acres

X21_1 X3 T time trend bo be are the co - efficients to be estimated constant and

bi the ...

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The mean elasticity coefficient of fertilizer demand for its

and this is statistically significant . This implies that on the average , one percent

increase in the

The mean elasticity coefficient of fertilizer demand for its

**relative**price is -0.522and this is statistically significant . This implies that on the average , one percent

increase in the

**relative**price of fertilizer would result in one half of one percent ...Page 304

One possible explanation is that

saving . The negative correlation is consistent with the

because changes in per capita income over time within each country are small ...

One possible explanation is that

**relative**as well as absolute income levels affectsaving . The negative correlation is consistent with the

**relative**income hypothesisbecause changes in per capita income over time within each country are small ...

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### Contents

Table | 13 |

A Simple Optimisation Model for Cotton Processing Activities | 17 |

An Urban Poverty Line Estimate | 49 |

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