Transforming Traditional Agriculture by Theodore W. Schultz
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Meaning of Traditional Agriculture According to Schultz 3. Characteristics 4. Schultz's Suggestions for Transforming Traditional Agriculture 5. The Process of.
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In this article we will discuss about:- 1. Some Misconceptions about Traditional Agriculture 2. Meaning of Traditional Agriculture According to Schultz 3. Characteristics 4. The Process of Transformation 6. Importance of Acquired Skills in Transformation of Agriculture 7. Critical Reviews of Schultzian Thesis.
Schultz rose to national prominence after winning the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. When Schultz was in the eighth grade, his father Henry decided to pull him out of school. His father's view was that if his eldest son continued to get an education he would be less inclined to continue working on the farm. Schultz subsequently did not have any formal post-secondary education. He eventually enrolled in the Agriculture College at South Dakota State , in a three-year program that met for four months a year during the winter.