Adoption of Modern Agricultural Technologies by Lowland Amerindians in Bolivia: The Role of Households, Villages, Ethnicity, and Markets

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A survey of 102 Mojeño and 62 Yuracaré Amerindian households of the department of Beni in the Bolivian rain forest was done to measure the effects of household and village attributes, ethnicity, and markets on the adoption of chemical herbicides and pesticides for farming. We hypothesized that: i) village attributes would matter more among households with… (More)

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@inproceedings{HIID1998AdoptionOM, title={Adoption of Modern Agricultural Technologies by Lowland Amerindians in Bolivia: The Role of Households, Villages, Ethnicity, and Markets}, author={Ricardo Godoy HIID and Jeffrey R. Franks and M. Claudio and Ricardo A. Godoy}, year={1998} }