Agricultural Inputs and its Productivity in Pakistan: An Empirical Analysis
Keywords:Agricultural Inputs, Agricultural Productivity, Pakistan, Unit Root test, Long Run Co-efficient Results, ARDL Approach, Granger Causality Test
Article based on one model in which we move around the productivity of agriculture and its determinants in the case study of Pakistan. The output of cultivation is determined through the agricultural land, labor force participation of the population in agri-business, tractors, manure consumption, credit and electrical consumption. The study has hired the ARDL and Granger causality test for the selected interval sequence data from 1972 to 2016. Findings of the study, in which tractor use in the production purposes of the agriculture has more important and show the positive impact on the productivity. Similarly, fertilizer takeoff is more significant with positive signs and labor force participation in agriculture, credit supply; energy consumption, agricultural land and tractors used in agriculture are also positively significant in the long run.
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