Global Advanced Research Journal of Arts and Humanities (GARJAH)
September 2013 Vol. 2(4), pp. 069-074
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Full Length Research Paper
Comparative economics of crop and livestock enterprises in various provinces of Pakistan in the temporal context
Mahboob Ellahi1* and Humaira Mahboob2
1Planning and Development Department, Government of Punjab Lahore – Pakistan
2Government MAO College, Lower Mall Lahore – Pakistan
*Corresponding author E-mail: email@example.com
Accepted 06 August, 2013
The TFP for crops in Punjab and Sindh stood at about 1% per annum, while that for KP was 0.36% and livestock TFP in KP was noted to be highest of all, which may be due to KP’s scarcity of land requiring heavy reliance on livestock. The producers in Balochistan achieved the highest TFP growth rate of more than 5% per annum for crops, which may be attributed to additional canal water provided to Balochistan in 1990.
Keywords: Crop and livestock, productivity, Provinces, TFP.