The purpose of the study was to analyze the current practice of shrimp farming in the north central Vietnam, to evaluate the status of agricultural production and economic conditions - social and environment, and determine the limit application of better management practices. The report presents the results of a survey of 90 shrimp farmers in north-central provinces of Vietnam (Ha Tinh, Nghe An and Thua Thien-Hue).
Shrimp production costs mainly by feeding (average 65% of total cost) for different varieties of food between provinces.
At present, problems of optimization of the interaction between nature and human society can be
solved only by the joint efforts of a wide range of specialists. The elaboration and realization of
plans of socio-economic development for individual countries and regions should be based on the
principles of preservation of balance in the biosphere, biogeocenoses, landscapes and other natural
complexes, and on the principles of rational natural resources management.
Economics is the social science that analyzes the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. The term economics comes from the Ancient Greek οἰκονομία (oikonomia, "management of a household, administration") from οἶκος (oikos, "house") + νόμος (nomos, "custom" or "law"), hence "rules of the house(hold)".
The authors would like to thank the Partnership for Agriculture and Rural
Development (CARD) Program funded this research. We also want
thank the support of their organization as follows:
• Research Institute for Aquaculture No. 1 in Vietnam,
• The University of Western Australia,
• Extension Center Ha Tinh, Nghe An, Thua Thien-Hue,
• Vietnam National Fisheries Quality Assurance and Veterinary
The diversification of economic activity and labour market development have both
been identified as possible strategies to reduce the vulnerability of the poor and
enable the ascent out of poverty. Whether such policies are necessarily empow-ering for women has been much debated but less well documented. In this book we
adopt a comparative case study approach using original survey material for three
African countries and a state in India to investigate these links
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• Research Institute for Aquaculture No. 1 (Vietnam) and University of Western Australia, are parties to the project.
• Ministry of Agriculture and Extension Center in Nghe An, Ha Tinh and Thua Thien Hue province, that the parties to coordinate the project.
• Units from Hung Hoa (Nghe An), Thach Ha (Ha Tinh) and Vinh Hung (Thua Thien Hue province), where the project is implemented
• The demonstration farm and the household survey respondents who provided data for this study....
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90% of farmed shrimp production in Vietnam, worth $ 1 billion in 2004. the
viability and environmental sustainability of farm economy in this area is threatened
poor agricultural practices led to outbreaks of diseases, environmental degradation, plant
contaminated with chemicals and antibiotics and reduced output.
Discuss how incentives af fect people’s behavior
The word economy comes from the Greek word for “one who manages a household.” At first, this origin might seem peculiar. But, in fact, households and economies have much in common. A household faces many decisions.
Aquaculture in Vietnam, especially shrimp farming has been growing fast with reagrds both samples and production. However, shrimp yield unstable product quality and sanitation requirements are becoming worse. It is uncontroversal that no development plans and technical limitations are disadvantegs. CARD projects funded under technical and economic feasibility of adopting better management practices for household aquaculture in Vietnam "environmental management activities is a key component to support a successful application of BMP protocol between aquafarmer community....
An environmental assessment initial quality and identify potential impacts to cultural goal of help desk staff and planners to assess the impact of projects related to environmental impact. The assessment will provide a survey of environmental impacts likely to ensure that if an aquaculture project is successfully implemented. Initial evaluation is also key to see what a positive impact and / or negative after project implementation. Typically, an assessment will be based on easily accessible information, previous studies, the local population, etc....
Knowing how people travel is essential in formulating any transport master plan, short-term action plan or feasibility study for that matter. One of the best ways of obtaining this data is by conducting a Household Interview Survey (HIS), that is, directly interviewing members of the sample household and asking them about their daily travel routine as well as looking into relevant socio-economic factors.
The word economy comes from the Greek word for “one who manages a household.” At first, this origin might seem peculiar. But, in fact, households and economies have much in common. A household faces many decisions. It must decide which members of the household do which tasks and what each member gets in return: Who cooks dinner? Who does the laundry? Who gets the extra dessert at dinner? Who gets to choose what TV show to watch? In short, the household must allocate its scarce resources among its various members, taking into account each member’s abilities, efforts, and desires. Like...
Overall, the incoming data suggest that the recovery of output and employment in
the United States has slowed in recent months, to a pace somewhat weaker than most
FOMC participants projected earlier this year. Much of the unexpected slowing is
attributable to the household sector, where consumer spending and the demand for
housing have both grown less quickly than was anticipated. Consumer spending may
continue to grow relatively slowly in the near term as households focus on repairing their
Household finances and attitudes also bear heavily on the housing market, which
has generally remained depressed. In particular, home sales dropped sharply following
the recent expiration of the homebuyers’ tax credit. Going forward, improved
affordability--the result of lower house prices and record-low mortgage rates--should
boost the demand for housing. However, the overhang of foreclosed-upon and vacant
housing and the difficulties of many households in obtaining mortgage financing are
likely to continue to weigh on the pace of residential investment for some time yet. ...
The dissertation aimed to analyze the activities of the stakeholders involved in the pineapple value chain in Tien Giang province and analyze the VAT, VAT distribution between the stakeholders who are in the pineapple value chain as well as detect the bottlenecks that need to improve in order to enhance the economic value of the chain, through which proposed a number of solutions to improve the income of poor households who have been planting pineapples in Tien Giang province.
We know that the structures of families and of households have changed in recent decades and that this has had a profound affect on public policy planning and service delivery in South Africa. The institution of the family interfaces with other social institutions in any society – it therefore stands to reason that the political, social and economic transformations resulting through colonialism and apartheid in South Africa have affected families and their residential dimension, the household, for all cultural groups.
In this chapter you will analyze the labor demand of competitive, profitmaximizing firms, consider the household decisions that lie behind labor supply, learn why equilibrium wages equal the value of the marginal product of labor, consider how the other factors of production land and capital are compensated, examine how a change in the supply of one factor alters the earnings of all the factors.
Chapter 4 - The U.S. economy: Private and public sectors. The chapter answers some very important questions: What types of income do households receive and how do they dispose of it? What are the types of business enterprises and why has the corporate form of business dominated? What is government’s economic role in the economy and how does it fit into the circular flow diagram? What are the sources of government revenues and how does it allocate its expenditures?
Chapter 8 - Income distribution. In this chapter you will: Learn about the distribution of income among Canadian households, how this distribution is measured, and the factors underlying the distribution; consider the causes of poverty and the way poverty is measured; analyze the effectiveness of government intervention to change the distribution of income.