Why Do Agricultural Value Chains Fail: Misaligned Incentives


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In agriculture economic instruments are used to increase productivity, efficiency, access and affordability. However not all instruments achieve their ultimate goals, they fail. One main candidate that causes these economic instruments to fail is the “Misaligned Incentives”. This article explores the answers to popular agricultural issues such as (1) Why fertiliser subsidies fail (2) Why organic agriculture uptake is slow (3) Why farmers apply banned chemicals in fruit and vegetable production (4) Why consumers knowingly consume unhealthy produce and (5) Why coordinated agriculture practices fail?.

 

Read more from the below link:

http://www.ft.lk/article/605224/Why-do-agricultural-value-chains-fail?-Part–IV—Misaligned-incentives

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