Original article | International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Agricultural Research 2019, Vol. 3(1) 16-24
Leila Attallaoui, Salah Eddine Benziouche & Komi Apédo Atchemdi
pp. 16 - 24 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/ijiaar.2019.188.3 | Manu. Number: MANU-1805-26-0001
Published online: March 29, 2019 | Number of Views: 52 | Number of Download: 252
The Olive Producer Support Estimate Approach in two communes of Djelfa has been applied to explain the economic parameters favoring the state of Internal Support Measures (ISM). Following a 4-month survey involving 150 individuals, the SPSS model processed the data by calculating the Market Price Support (MPS), the Nominal Support Coefficient (NSC) and the NPC (Nominal Protection Coefficient). The distribution of MSI in favor of these producers was mainly favored by one of the factors of production, the agricultural area, which spread rapidly to the detriment of productivity. The total SPM (96324438457 DA) (100 DA, Algerian Dinar = 1.16 Euro) and the NSC were strongly correlated with it, which showed that there is a strong effect of the area on the distribution of the ISM. For yield, there was a significant negative relationship with the NPC (-223.2 to -1.80). The only payments for acreage could not encourage intensification or increase in productivity will be the best precept to be observed by policy makers.
Keywords: Agricultural policy, Olive growing, Support fund, Support estimate, Budget transfers, Arboriculture, Crop production, Productivity, Algeria.
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