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Title: An Economic Analysis for the Factors affecting the production and consumption of Poultry in A.R.E
Authors: Dr. Sobhy M. Ismaiel
Dr. Hassan Abdel-Ghafour
Dr. Mohamed
Issue Date: 1985
Abstract: This study intended to estimate and analyze the effect of the major variables on the production and Consumption of poultry in A.R.E. The study relied on data obtained from random sample selected from Giza government, in addition to Secondary data, simple and multiple regression equations were specified and estimated in both Linear and double Logarithmic forms. Dummy variables: reflecting qualitative variables wore utilized, and statistical hypotheses were tested in this study. The study Concluded that the number of baby chicks and health condition of poultry arc the major factors affecting production. The results of regression on dummy variables showed that the private sector was the best source of baby Chicks and foods. The estimated supply response showed that the expected production is mainely determined by the total Cost of production. The estimated demand equations showed that the real income and relative prices of red meat and fish explain 49% only of total variations of per capita Consumption. The result indicates that other variables Seems to be the most important factors affecting the Consumption of poultry meat in Egypt.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/10203
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