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NATIONAL CENTER FOR FARMING ECONOMICS AND POLICY EXPLORATION

NCAP Syndication Committee

S Selvarajan

N C Barah

Suresh Mate

Rasheed Sulaiman, V

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NCAP has been established by the Indian Council of Agricultural Study (ICAR) expecting to to changing agricultural economics research through integration of economic input in organizing, designing, and evaluation of agricultural analysis programs and strengthening the competence in agricultural plan analysis in the Council. The Centre is definitely assigned a leadership role in this area not only for several ICAR Institutes but also for the state of hawaii Agricultural Schools. With a view to making agricultural exploration a more effective instrument for agricultural and rural transform and building up the policy making and planning machines, the Hub undertakes and sponsors research in farming economics associated with the problems of regional and national importance.

Demand and Supply Projections pertaining to

Livestock Goods in India

M. N. Dastagiri

Coverage Paper twenty-one

NATIONAL

CENTRE FOR

FARMING ECONOMICS AND

POLICY EXPLORATION (ICAR)

FRESH DELHI, INDIA

Policy Paper 21

Require and Supply Predictions for Livestock Products in India

Printed

March 2004

Published simply by

Dr Mruthyunjaya

Director, NCAP

Printed in

Chandu Press

D-97, Shakarpur

Delhi -- 110 092

CONTENTS

List of Tables

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List of Sortie

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Foreword

v

Acknowledgements

vi

Executive Summary

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1 . Introduction

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1 . 1 . Objectives

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2 . 1 ) The data

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2 . 2 . Models

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2 . three or more. Estimation procedure

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2 . 4. Require estimation

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2 . 5. Expenditure elasticities

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2 . 6. Cross-price elasticities

installment payments on your 6. 1 . Rural and urban classes

2 . 6. 2 . A comparison of variations in elasticities

of livestock goods

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eight

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installment payments on your 7. Demand projections

2 . 7. 1 . Population progress and urbanization

2 . six. 2 . Per capita GDP growth

2 . 7. several. Demand projections for animals products

installment payments on your 7. some. Comparison of studies for demand projections

for livestock products in 2020

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3. Supply

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three or more. 1 . The info

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three or more. 2 . Versions used

three or more. 2 . 1 ) Linear regression model

3. 2 . 2 . Almon polynomial price lag model

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3. three or more. Estimation process

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a few. 4. Effects

3. four. 1 . Estimates of polynomial price separation model

three or more. 4. installment payments on your Estimates of linear regression model

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Source projections

3. 6. Demand-supply gap

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4. A conclusion and Insurance plan Implications

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Bibliography

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SET OF TABLES

Desk 1 .

Per capita intake (per anum) of animals

products to get rural, downtown and put population

in India (1987 and 1993)

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Desk 2 .

Spending (income) elasticities at forecasted means

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Table 3.

Own and cross-price elasticities of country areas in India

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Table 4.

Own and cross-price elasticities of cities in India

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Stand 5.

An evaluation of differences in elasticities of livestock

Products in rural and downtown India

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Table 6.

Projections of population

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Table several.

Alternative salary growth charge assumptions found in

demand projections

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Desk 8.

Require projections of livestock products in India

in different years (Low income growth)

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Table being unfaithful.

Demand projections of livestock products in India in

different years (Moderate profits growth)

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Table10. Demand projections of livestock items In India in different years (High income growth)

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Table 14. Comparison of research for demand projections intended for

livestock goods in India

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Desk 12. Quotes of source response style

(Polynomial cost lag model)

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Desk 13. Quotes of the supply response unit...

Bibliography: in India (1987 and 1993)

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