Off-farm labour supply and employment : a case study of Fiji sugar cane farmers, 1970 and 1983
Off-farm employment has become increasingly important as an aspect of resource adjustment and source of income in many developing countries. This study attempts to provide a better understanding of the contributions of off-farm income to total household income among a sample of sugar cane farmers in the Sigatoka area, Fiji. The role and extent of off-farm employment is examined using cross-sectional data for two time periods, 1970 and 1983. In addition, the study examines some of the...[Show more]
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