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Agricultural development index for the Islamic countries

, : Agricultural development index for the Islamic countries. Journal of Economic Cooperation among Islamic Countries 9(3/4): 27-85

Agriculture is an area of economic activity in which almost all the members of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) are involved, albeit in varying degrees. This paper develops an index for the relative performances of the OIC members, taking a hypothetical member as the best performer and representing all involved countries as fractions of this hypothetical best.

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