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The Use of Multisectoral Models in Pakistans Planning
Land Reform and the Agricultural Income Distribution
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acre Agricultural amount analysis applied areas assume assumptions average best local variety cent changes commodity compared consider consistency consume consumption cost countries curve demand Development direction discussed distribution East Pakistan Economic Economic Development effect equation estimates example Export factor farm farmers Figure Foreign given greater growth higher impact import substitution important included income increase individual industries Inland Institute International investment issue Karachi Khan labour land landless less Lewis marginal market prices measured Mexipak wheat models monograph multisectoral Note obtained operation optimal output pattern period Planning Policy population possibility present problem production ratio received Reference reform regional relation relative Report represent Research Review rice sector small farms social Special statistics structure supply surplus Table theory tion unit University values various wage rate weights welfare West workers yield