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Technology Adoption, Different Scale And Feeding Income:An Empirical Analysis From The 462 Pig-Farmers In China

Xin Deng, YanBin Qi, Yong Chen

Abstract


From the perspective of Pig-farmer’s conditions and different feeding scale,we focus on the followings: Dose technology adoption exist significantly difference which arises from different conditions for pig-farmers? And does technology adoption improve the level of feeding income significantly? And dose technology adoption exert significantly influence on feeding income for the pig-farmers with different feeding scale? Therefore, selective bias is usually excluded by most of studies. Basing on the data from the 462 Pig-farmers in Sichuan Province, and using the endogenous switching regression model with the method of average treatment effect, we get some truths as following: Firstly, the farms whose family is in the dry tree perfect to adopt the technology. Secondly, the pig-farm’s income can be improved by adopting technology. Finally, comparing with the small pig-farmers, the big pig-farmer’s income can be improved to higher level.


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Technology adoption; income level; different scale; the endogenous switching regression model; the method of average treatment effect

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