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The environment for improving scale management in crop production: a case study in the economically developed regions



The environment for improving scale management in crop production: a case study in the economically developed regions



Journal of Agrotechnical Economics ( 1): 19-25



The paper analyses the constraints influencing scale management in crop production in China, such as benefits, and policies, technologies, quality of managers. The article then discusses the 'soft' and 'hard' environment for improving scale management in crop production. The so-called 'soft' environment means the objectives and timing of scale management, the institutions of agricultural investment, government behaviour and policies.

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