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Policy implications of Japanese experience in agricultural development

, : Policy implications of Japanese experience in agricultural development. IFPRI Policy Briefs: ( 4)

The paper examines the policy implications of the Japanese experience in agricultural development. It focuses on the organizational/institutional structures required for enhancing technical progress and provision of incentives for adopting innovative activities. Long-term changes in agricultural inputs are summarized; and 3 phases of Japanese agricultural development are identified. At the initial phase, a policy of developing agriculture by imitating borrowed technology was pursued.

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