Is it worth investing further in AFNR programs? simulations from a supply-and-demand model
The recent proliferation of state and local universities and colleges compounded with the high unemployment rate among graduates of fields related to agriculture, fisheries, and natural resources (AFNR) questions the validity of government making it a standing policy to make AFNR tertiary education...
|Published in:||The Philippine Review of Economics Vol. 47, no. 2 (December 2010), p. 71-82.|
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School of Economics, University of the Philippines
UP Baguio Main Library (UP Baguio)
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