Total factor productivity in the INTA Chinandega rice variety

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Authors

C. A. Zúniga-Gonzalez 

Abstract

The study focused on measuring the impact of the INTA-Chinandega rice variety on the rate of production increase in 40 farms in the North Pacific region of Nicaragua. Data from INTA Pacific North was used and covered the 7 production cycles. The DEA approach was used as a non-parametric programming method to calculate the Malmquist productivity indices. The results showed that the INTA Chinandega variety had a 1% impact on the average rate of change of TFP. The possible causes of this variability are due to the rate of change in technical efficiency rather than due to INTA Chinandega technology. In the municipality of El Viejo, TFP reached a maximum of 13% year on year.

DOI

https://doi.org/10.31223/X56M0G

Subjects

Agriculture

Keywords

Data Panel, Envelopment Data Analysis, INTA-Chinandega Technology, Total factor productivity growth, Malmquist index

Dates

Published: 2022-08-16 03:06

Last Updated: 2022-08-16 10:06

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CC BY Attribution 4.0 International

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