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Title of Thesis
AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS IN IRRIGATION SECTOR IN PUNJAB PAKISTAN

Author(s)
MUHAMMAD ARIF RAZA
Institute/University/Department Details
Faculty of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology/ University of Agriculture Faisalabad
Session
2008
Subject
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
Number of Pages
211
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
economic analysis, Rural Sociology, Irrigation reforms

Abstract
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1 0 Contents 15
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2 1 Introduction

1.1       A Brief  History of Irrigation Reforms in the World

1.2      Agriculture and Economy of Pakistan

1.3       Irrigation Sector in Punjab

1.4       Canal Irrigation System of Punjab

1.5       Objectives of Irrigation System in Punjab

1.6       Issues of Irrigation Management

1.7       Need for Institutional Reforms in Irrigation Sector

1.8       PIM Model for Punjab

1.9       Description and Functions of PIDA, AWB and FOs

1.10    Schedules for Formation of FOs

1.11     Legal Framework and Composition of PIDA

1.12     Need for the Study

1.13     Objectives of the Study

1.14     Summary

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3 2 Review of Literature

2.1       Selected Studies from Outside Pakistan

2.2       Selected Studies Related to Pakistan

2.3       Summary

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4 3 Materials and Methods

3.1       Selection of the Study Area                                                                       

3.2       Characteristics of the Study Area

3.3       Sampling Framework

3.4       Data Sources and Collection

3.5       Data Entry

3.6       Cleaning and Organization of Data

3.7       Indicators for Performance Measurement

3.8       Summary

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5 4 Results

4.1       Single Equation Estimation: OLS Approach

4.2       Concept of Production Function

4.3       Efficiency

4.4       Summary

4.5       Approaches for Analysis

4.6       Quantitative Analysis

4.7       Economic Inefficiency Model

4.8       Summary

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6 5 Discussion

5.1 Comparison of Indicators Developed from Secondary

5.2. Comparison of Indicators Developed from Primary Data

5.3. Sources Socio-Economic Profile of the Respondents across the Study Area

5.4. Results of Sugarcane Regression Models5.5. Results of Wheat Regression Models

5.6. Results of Rice Regression Models

5.7. Summary

5.8. Maximum Likelihood Estimates for Parameters of Stochastic

5.9. Frontier Production Function

5.10. Technical Inefficiency Effects Model

5.11. Technical Efficiencies in Crop Production

5.12. Summary

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7 6 Summary 12
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  6.1 References 22