Best Reference Books – Agricultural Economics

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Agricultural Economics subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Agricultural Economics along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Agricultural Economics subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Agricultural Economics" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Objective Agricultural Economics” by K Nirmal Ravi Kumar

“Objective Agricultural Economics” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of economics and agricultural engineering. It will also be useful for students appearing in many exams like JRF, SRF, ARS, NET, SLET, etc. This book covers the current facts of agricultural economics in a comprehensive manner. It covers the curriculum approved by Indian Council of Agricultural Research. It is a book for the preparation of competitive exams. It also covers the topic of agricultural economic policy in detail. This book has included many objective type questions on the topics. It also has many solved problems to simplify the concepts.

2. “Introduction to Agricultural Economics and Agri Business Management” by Talathi Naik

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“Introduction to Agricultural Economics and Agri Business Management” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of economics and agricultural engineering. It can also be used by bank professionals as a reference. This book covers readings and activities that help students in improving their comprehensive skills. It covers the topic of agricultural economic policy. It also discusses how agriculture and business can be related to maximise profit. It also talks about the reforms in Indian banking to help agriculture flourish. This book has many real-life case studies. It also has many objective questions to test the concepts.

3. “A Textbook of Agricultural Economics” by C B Singh and R K Singh

“A Textbook of Agricultural Economics” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of economics and agricultural engineering. It can also be used by bank professionals as a reference. This book covers the topics of food policy, micro finance and cottage industries in the country. It also covers the topics of commodity marketing and the business environment of natural resources. It discusses the topics of agricultural finance and dairy economics. It also presents the concepts of farm management and production economics. This book has many real-life case studies. It also has many diagrams to illustrate the concepts.

4. “Agricultural Economics” by Thomas Nixon Carver

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“Agricultural Economics” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of economics and agricultural engineering. It can also be used by bank professionals as a reference. This book discusses the economics of farm and household from a public point of view. It also discusses how to make the whole country prosperous. It talks about the roles of banks and financial institutions in uplifting the agricultural development of a state. It also presents the concepts of overall development of a country by developing the country’s rural sector. This book has many real-life case studies. It also has many solved problems to simplify the concepts.

5. “Introduction to Agricultural Economics” by Bilgram

“Introduction to Agricultural Economics” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of economics and agricultural engineering. It can also be used by bank professionals as a reference. This book discusses some of the analytical tools used in agricultural economics. It covers the topics of production economics, developing economics and distribution economics in relation to agriculture. It discusses other topics also like revenue maximization, risk in framing and Cobb-Douglas production function. It also presents the concepts of agricultural tax, rural credit and farm mechanization in great detail. This book has many real-life case studies. It also has many solved problems to simplify the concepts.

6. “Fundamentals Of Agricultural Economics” by Singh A

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“Fundamentals Of Agricultural Economics” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of economics and agricultural engineering. It can also be used by bank professionals as a reference. This book covers the topics of food policy, micro finance and cottage industries in the country. It also covers the topics of commodity marketing and the business environment of natural resources. It discusses the topics of agricultural finance and dairy economics. It also presents the concepts of farm management and production economics. This book has many real-life case studies. It also has many solved problems to simplify the concepts.

7. “Outlines of Agricultural Economics: A Class-Book of Questions and Problems” by Edwin Griswold Nourse

“Outlines of Agricultural Economics: A Class-Book of Questions and Problems” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of economics and agricultural engineering. It can also be used by bank professionals as a reference. This is a small book covering the general details about agricultural economics. It discusses the role of banks in agricultural development. It also covers the topics of rural credit and agricultural marketing. It also presents the concepts of overall development of a country by developing the country’s rural sector. This book has many real-life case studies. It also has many solved problems to simplify the concepts.

8. “Commodity and Resource Policies in Agricultural Systems (Agricultural Management and Economics)” by imusti

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“Commodity and Resource Policies in Agricultural Systems (Agricultural Management and Economics)” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of economics and agricultural engineering. It can also be used by bank professionals as a reference. This book discusses the interdependence among natural resources, agriculture and environmental problems. It takes the example of relation between soil erosion and agricultural land use. It covers the topics of water contamination due to pesticides and fertilizers. It focuses on developing a policy that will help both the rural workers and the government. This book has many real-life case studies. It also has many solved problems to simplify the concepts.

9. “Agricultural Economics (Economics)” by Dr Shivbhushan Gupt

“Agricultural Economics (Economics)” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of economics and agricultural engineering. It can also be used by bank professionals as a reference. This book discusses some of the analytical tools used in agricultural economics. It talks about the roles of banks and financial institutions in uplifting the agricultural development of a state. It also covers the topics of rural credit and agricultural marketing. It presents the concepts of agricultural tax, rural credit and farm mechanization in detail. This book has many real-life case studies. It also has many solved problems to simplify the concepts.

10. “The TransForum Model: Transforming Agro Innovation Toward Sustainable Development” by Karin Andeweg

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“The TransForum Model: Transforming Agro Innovation Toward Sustainable Development” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of economics and agricultural engineering. It can also be used by bank professionals as a reference. This book discusses how to use innovation for attaining sustainable development. It discusses how innovation has been used for agricultural developments in the past decades. This book presents the guidelines and principles of sustainable development in agriculture after 6 years of research. It focuses on the Transforum model and discusses how different scientific disciplines contribute to this mode of agro-innovation. This book has many real-life case studies. It also has many solved problems to simplify the concepts.

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