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The Official Journal of the Pan-Pacific Association of Input-Output Studies (PAPAIOS)

Table 3 The impacts of precision agriculture practices on output, factor income and consumption

From: Agricultural policies, agricultural production and rural households’ welfare in Ethiopia

Experiment   Variables
Output Labor income Capital income Consumption
Wosp Wsp Wosp Wsp Wosp Wsp Wosp Wsp
Base 102.07 102.07 82.67 82.67 13.99 13.99 96.64 96.64
SIM 1 103.86 105.97 84.65 87.346 14.37 14.91 99.085 102.142
SIM 1% 1.74 3.82 2.39 6.569 2.70 5.650 2.67 5.69
SIM 2 104.80 96.47 85.95 88.18 14.625 15.09 100.54 103.11
SIM 2% 2.73 5.49 3.96 6.66 4.53 7.82 4.04 6.70
SIM 3 106.16 108.71 87.68 91.27 14.98 15.76 102.53 106.74
SIM 3% 4.01 6.50 6.06 10.39 7.07 12.65 6.10 10.45
SIM 4 106.46 109.66 88.35 92.68 15.12 16.09 103.30 102.53
SIM 4% 4.48 7.44 6.86 12.10 8.07 14.98 6.89 12.22
  1. Base refers to operating without any intervention. SIM 1–4 refer simulations. Simulations (SIM 1–4) refer to the increment of the precision agriculture practices by different rates of adoption. Wosp refers to only precision agriculture; Wsp refers to combination of precision agriculture with price support policy