ISU Economics Department - Faculty List farm management, farm planning. statistics, measurement error, timeseries econometrics. Agriculturaland trade policy, community economic development. http://www.econ.iastate.edu/people/faculty/defaultFac.asp
Extractions: Faculty Sort By Field A-D E-H I-L ... Emeritus Department Chair Arne Hallam , Ph.D., Berkeley, 1983. Production economics, econometrics, microeconomic theory, risk and uncertainty, welfare economics. Faculty in Residence Benjamin J. Allen , Ph.D., Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1974. Transportation economics and policy, carrier and shipper management practices, logistics. Bruce Babcock , Ph.D., Berkeley, 1987. Production economics, technological change, agricultural policy. John C. Beghin , Ph.D., UC Berkeley, 1988. Agricultural trade and development, trade and environment interface, policy analysis, political economy. Joydeep Bhattacharya , Ph.D., Cornell, 1996. Monetary theory, social security, credit market imperfections, bank panics. Helle Bunzel , Ph.D., Cornell, 1999. Time series econometrics, breaking time series, racial profiling, complex dynamics in macro economic models. E. Kwan Choi , Ph.D., Iowa, 1978. International economics, economics of uncertainty, microeconomic theory. Ronald E. Deiter
Statistics And Market Analysis performance, production benchmarks, farm management, socioeconomic exports * InternationalMerchandise trade, Australia (Cat. Australian Food statistics 2002. http://www.cpaaustralia.com.au/01_information_centre/25_bep/asp/Channel7720.asp
Extractions: Statistical data and other market analysis information is available to assist small businesses to start and expand. Federal Government ABARE latest forecasts ABARE produces regular quarterly forecasts for the full range of export commodities covering agriculture, minerals, energy, fisheries and forestry. AFFA at a glance 2003 The Department of Australian Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry reference guide puts the facts and figures about Australia's agricultural, fisheries, forestry and food industries and the natural resource base at your fingertips. AgSurf website The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ABARE) works with industry and government to provide stakeholders in Australia's rural and resource industries with up to date public policy analysis and commodity forecasts. On this site you can retrieve information on farm performance, production benchmarks, farm management, socio-economic indicators and annual figures for the last 10 years. Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) The ABS, Australia's official statistical agency, provides statistics on a wide range of economic and social matters. Take a quick glimpse of ABS statistics by visiting the
Related Links The Chicago Board of trade, which conducts commodity futures trading Research Service(ERS), the National Agricultural statistics Service (NASS farm management. http://library.tamu.edu/vgn/portal/tamulib/ssl/content/renderer/0,2774,1724_1819
Extractions: @import url("/vgn/portal/views/style"); /*IE and NN6x styles*/ LibCat Chiron E-Resources Site Map ... My Portal Tuesday, June 08, 2004 E-Resources Research Guides Tutorials Subject Specialist Librarian ... Agribusiness Catalogs Indexes/Databases Selected Journals Selected Books Related Links Bibliographies Citation Style Guides Datasets Images Software Class Guides Library E-Resources Subject Guides Life Sciences ... Agribusiness > Related Links Farm Finance and Markets Farm Management Foreign Trade Directories of Agribusiness Companies and Farms ... Jobs Farm Finance and Markets AgriBiz
Extractions: WORK EXPERIENCE 12 Sept' 01 Elected Member of Parliament - Minister for Foreign Affairs and External Trade. 4 Jul '00 Aug '98 I was Deputy Chief Executive for Fiji Sugar Marketing Co Ltd, responsible for the Suva Office, and directly responsible for Sugar matters under the ACP-EU Lome Convention and under the World Trade Organisation (WTO). I undertook a number of consultancies for FAO and the Forum Secretariat whilst holding this position. I was Head of Mission at Fiji's Mission to the EU in Brussels. I was also Ambassador to 8 EU Member States, viz: Belgium, The Netherlands, France Luxembourg, Portugal, Greece, Italy and Spain. At the same time, I was Fiji's Permanent Representative to UNESCO (Paris), FAO (Rome), WTO (Geneva), WCO (Brussels), OPCW (The Hague). I was also responsible for MFO (Rome), IFAD (Rome), and PCA (The Hague). Major achievements whilst based in Brussels include:
Extractions: 1976 Survey of Fitness, Physical Recreation and Sport A Aboriginal Peoples Survey Absence from Work Survey Accounting Services Price index Adult Correctional Services ... Average Fair Market Value/Purchase Price for New Homes in Canada - Data from GST Administrative Records B B.C. Survey of Former College and Institute Students Balance Sheet of the Agricultural Sector at December 31 Bank of Canada Barriers to Advancement in the Public Service ... Business Register C C.E.I.C. Service Quality Survey Canada Health Survey Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Canada Pension Plan Survivor Beneficiaries Survey ... Current Population Profile D Dairy Factory Production and Stocks Debenture and Other Long-Term Debt - New Issues Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates Granted by Universities Direct Selling in Canada ... Disposition of Shipments of Ingots and Rolled Steel Products E Earning Supplement Project (ESP) Economic Analysis Program Edmonton Crime Survey Education Price Index ... Estimates of Census Families for Canada, the Provinces and the Territories
Extractions: This NebGuide lists widely used and readily available market information sources that contain information which may be useful to agricultural producers, lenders and agribusiness firms when making grain marketing decisions. Most of the available market information and statistical data comes from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Generally, there are two basic types of market information available to data users. The first type, Market News Service, is provided by the USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) and concerns daily prices used to make short-run marketing decisions. The mass media provide coverage of these daily prices. However, because of time and space limitations, detailed background information and analysis are usually lacking. The second type of information, provided by the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) and the Economic Research Service (ERS), considers current supply and demand information and forecasts made from analysis of supply and demand interaction. Such information is vital to understanding price movements and trends, and is also helpful in making short-run, medium-run and long-run marketing decisions.
Farm & Country PORK, Links Swine Nutrition and Odor management Swine Production on current production, slaughter,price, and trade statistics. farm Country Ontario s Commercial farmer http://www.agpub.on.ca/pork/p-links.htm
Extractions: Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Contains general, health, industry expansion, marketing, nutrition, research, utilization, and related links. BC Hog Production Lots of information about BC hog production Berkshires Information about the Berkshire breed. Canada Pork International Canadian Centre For Swine Improvement Canadian Center For Swine Improvement Pigs On The Web Pig query allows you to input a pig tattoo to be searched in the swine data base. Canadian Livestock Records Corporation Contains breed pages links, and contact information. Canadian Pork Council Contains information about CPC, issues, codes of practice and related links. Canswine Maintained by the Canadian Swine Breeders Association (CSBA) CDPQ Centre de développement du porc du Québec inc (CDPQ). Canadian Swine Exporters Association Canadian Swine Exporters Association is a National Association representing the Canadian swine Industry and our members are responsible for 90% of the export sales internationally from Canada. FAO FAOSTAT is an on-line and multilingual database currently containing over 1 million time-series records covering international statistics Feeding Replacement Gilts Ecological Agriculture Projects (EAP) The thousands of documents on the site represent a small subset of EAP's collection of information supporting the transition of Canadian farmers to more sustainable practices.
Agriculture Subject Guide business and management, finance, trade, products, trends the agriculture businessand farm management topics Statistical data and some international statistics. http://www.vsu.edu/library/agriculture.htm
Extractions: Agriculture Subject Guide This subject guide covers agriculture resources available at the Johnston Memorial Library, including full-text journals, magazine, and newspaper articles, agriculture websites, and printed materials in the Reference Collection. This is not a comprehensive subject guide, but rather a selective list of materials that are most useful for locating information in this field. Library location and call number are provided for print publications. Full Text Databases Journal Indexes and Abstracts Encyclopedias and Dictionaries Internet Sites Full-Text Databases ABI/Inform. Indexes business magazines and journals covering the subjects of business and management, finance, trade, products, trends, companies and more. Excellent database to research the agriculture business and farm management topics. Cambridge Journals Online CJO indexes includes over 125 specialized journals from renowned research societies and associations in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Several agricultural journals are included. Each journal in CJO has its own home page with links to the current and back volumes, as well as brief description of the journal's purpose, format, and content.
Extractions: Department of Agribusiness, Applied Economics and Agriscience Education The objectives of the Agricultural Economics Program are to train students to understand and apply the concepts and analytical tools of economics and business in a systematic method in order to identify, analyze, and resolve management problems of the farm, agribusiness firms, rural communities, and government agencies, as well as preparing students for further study in Agricultural Economics. The admission of students to the undergraduate degree program is based upon the general admission requirements of the University. Undergraduate majors in Agricultural Economics must complete 127 semester hours of University courses. Students must earn an average grade of "C" in Agricultural Economics courses in order to meet the major field requirements. Agricultural Economics majors must take a minimum requirement of 37 semester hours in Agricultural and General Economics. Students who successfully complete programs in Agricultural Economics are prepared for careers in agricultural extension, agricultural-related business firms and industries, trade and professional associations, government and private research firms, government services (legislative, administration, or professional), as well as for further study for higher degrees.
408 could spread to Japan through trade with Finland Intention Regarding Administrationof farm management, fiscal 2000. statistics on the Marketing of Eggs, January http://www.maff.go.jp/mud/408.html
Extractions: Editor.Koichi Itoh Fiscal 2000 Annual Report on Forestry Released The fiscal 2000 Forestry White Paper, the annual report on forestry in Japan, was released on April 13. The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) approved new principles for Forestry Policy Reform in December 2000. The bill introducing a new basic law for forest and forestry to replace the existing law was submitted to the 2001 ordinary session of the Diet in March. The fiscal 2000 Forestry White Paper addressed the need for new basic policies for forests, forestry and the wood industry and the direction of their development, and stressed the need to foster understanding and gain support for these efforts among the general public. Following is a summary of the chapters in the report. 1. History of forestry policy and the direction of new basic policy
Extractions: Editor.Hayato Iwamoto Intergovernmental Forum on Forests Holds Third Session The Third Session of the Intergovernmental Forum of Forests (IFF 3) was held from May 3 through 14 in Geneva. The IFF is mandated to report the results of its deliberations to the Eighth Session of the Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) of the United Nations in 2000. A main topic of the session was "some form of international arrangements or mechanisms" for promoting sustainable management of all types of forests. The delegation from Japan emphasized the following points, primarily through a presentation by Mr. Tsuguo Ban, Deputy Director-General of the Forestry Agency: (1) The international community must continue to cooperate to prevent deforestation and degradation of all types of forests. Such cooperation should facilitate the promotion of sustainable forest management throughout the world. It is crucial that the IPF Proposals for Action be implemented. (2) It is essential to build international consensus on "some form of international arrangements or mechanisms" for sustainable forest management. Such a consensus will ensure the continuation of international efforts to promote sustainable forest management over the long term. Reviewing current efforts is important to the process of building consensus.
IFA- Publication - Bibliography 2003 Production, Home Deliveries and trade Ammonia statistics Sulphur and Sulphuric Acidstatistics, PIT, annual. farm management systems and food production John http://www.fertilizer.org/ifa/publicat/biblio/biblio03/summary.asp
Extractions: Bibliography 2003 T he papers given in this bibliography are presented conference by conference and can be downloaded (PDF format). If you wish to make a search by keywords, please use our database by clicking here Statistics Conference Papers IFA's Selection Statistics Fertilizer Statistics Nitrogen - Phosphate - Potash IFADATA Statistics from 1973/74-1973 to 2001/2002-2001
Farm Management Other farm management Information. production and value; livestock inventory andvalue; crop and livestock prices and other farm related statistics. http://msucares.com/management/farm/
Extractions: Home Page Mississippi agriculture operates within a diversity of soils and topography, aquifers, riparian and coastal zones, crop pests, and wildlife. This complexity also creates possible alternative uses and values for those resources. The State's political environment thus includes economic and political interests in agriculture, rural communities, urban development, outdoor recreation, and the environment. Mississippians face a number of important agricultural and resource policy issues. The state's farmers currently receive roughly $275 million per year in federal commodity payments. However, federal budget pressures and political shifts could limit future federal commodity programs. Mississippi agriculture is also subject to potential restrictions from the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Food Quality Protection Act and FIFRA, Conservation Compliance programs, state laws, and local restrictions. The U.S. Congress, the Mississippi Legislature, and local governments have been dealing with the following items affecting agriculture:
Extractions: Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook www.bls.gov OOH Search/A-Z Index BLS Home Get Detailed Statistics ... Find It! In DOL Printer-friendly version ( HTML PDF Nature of the Work Working Conditions Employment Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement ... Sources of Additional Information Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Purchasing managers, buyers, and purchasing agents seek to obtain the highest quality merchandise at the lowest possible purchase cost for their employers. In general, purchasers buy goods and services for use by their company or organization, whereas
Extractions: Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment Statistics www.bls.gov Search A-Z Index BLS Home ... Find It! In DOL RELATED OES LINKS OES Home Page General Overview Frequently Asked Questions How to Contact Us These national industry-specific occupational employment and wage estimates are calculated with data collected from employers of all sizes, in metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas in every State and the District of Columbia, in SIC Major Group 50 - Wholesale TradeDurable Goods. SIC Major Group 50 - Wholesale TradeDurable Goods consists of:
FTD - Guide To Foreign Trade Statistics: Section 2 International trade statistics Foreign trade Division, U.S. Census Bureau About the Foreign trade statisticsINTRODUCTION This description covers Classification (SICOffice of management and http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/guide/sec2.html
Extractions: Merchandise Trade Statistics Introduction Source of Information Exports Imports ... Sources of Further Information About the Foreign trade Statistics INTRODUCTION This description covers all phases of the foreign trade statistics program and may contain portions not pertinent to this report. SOURCE OF INFORMATION Exports Imports Published information on U.S. imports of merchandise is compiled primarily from automated data submitted through the U.S. Customs' Automated Commercial System. Data are compiled also from import entry summary forms, warehouse withdrawal forms and Foreign Trade Zone documents as required by law to be filed with the U.S. Customs Service. Data on imports of electricity and natural gas from Canada are obtained from Canadian sources. COVERAGE General Exports Domestic Exports Exports of domestic merchandise include commodities which are grown, produced or manufactured in the United States, and commodities of foreign origin which have been changed in the United States, including U.S. Foreign Trade Zones, from the form in which they were imported, or which have been enhanced in value by further manufacture in the United States.
Potato From the USDA Economics and statistics Sytem, full general and specific crop diseasemanagement information. Center for farm Financial management University of http://www.msue.msu.edu/msue/iac/fielpota.html
Extractions: Ag Health and Safety Documents Sponsored by MSU and the Office of Radiation, Chemical and Biologic Safety. Links and full text on many Haz Mat items. Biological Control Program Sponsored by MSU Extension, MSU Experiment Station, with links and information on biological control, research, howto Common Weed Seedlings of Michigan MSU full text bulletin on weed seedlings, with color visuals and a chart to follow seed families. Current CAT Newsletter on Field Crops Sponsored by MSU Extension and the Pesticide Research Cntr, info each week (in season) on crops, diseases, IPM issues. Current Crop Advisory Newsletters Department of Ag Engineering Safety News MSU Ag Engineering puts out this monthly ag safety news. Farm Managment and TelFarm MSU Specialist, Sherrill Nott, has full text reports of current information on Farm Management numbers. Field Crop Advisory Team MSU CAT newsletter archive for the last 4 years in keyword searchable format. IPM FACTS - Index of Fact Sheets From MSU Extension, full text of IPM fact sheets, updated in 1998.
Guide To Australia - Trade & Commerce of online tools, resources and information for farmers and rural Logistics management,Plimsoll Shipping Logistics management Specialising in statistics. http://www.csu.edu.au/australia/tradcomm.html
Extractions: New Zealand's Economic and Trade Development Agency Integrated Farm Management Systems Section 1: Contents, Executive Summary, Introduction Section 2: The Agritech Industry, Grassland Farmer Needs, Industry Relationships And Collaboration Section 4: Summary, Recommendations/Actions, Other Issues, Glossary Of Terms ... page top Contents 1.0 Executive Summary 2.0 Introduction 2.1 Aim Of Study 2.2 Methodology 3.0 The Agritech Industry 3.1 New Zealand Pastoral System 3.2 Agritech Sector Core Competencies 3.3 Primary Manufacturing Activities 4.0 Grassland Farmer Needs 4.1 Technical Support 4.2 The Need For IFMS 4.3 IFMS Industry Participants 5.0 Industry Relationships And Collaboration 5.1 Research And Development 5.2 New Technologies 5.3 Overseas Networks And Linkages 6.0 Global Grasslands Farming Market