Measuring Innovation and the Productivity Growth in Canadian Agriculture

Principal Investigator: Richard Gray

Postdoctoral Fellow: Lana Awada

Duration: January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2014

Research Output:

Lana Awada and Richard Gray (2015) Measuring Innovation and the Productivity Growth in Canadian Agriculture

Lana Awada and Richard Gray "Agricultural Productivity Performance on the Canadian Prairies” in process

Lana awada and Richard Gray. "Measuring Capital Input for Estimating Productivity growth in the Canadian Prairie Agriculture: an Evaluation of Alternative Treatments of Rate of Return” in process.

Lana Awada, Richard S. Gray, and Cecil Nagy . "The Benefits and Costs of Zero Tillage RD&E on the Canadian Prairies. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 00 (2015) 1–22

Lana Awada, Richard S. Gray, and Cecil Nagy (2015). "The Benefits and Costs of Zero Tillage RD&E on the Canadian Prairies." Paper prepared for presentation at the 19th ICABR Conference “IMPACTS OF THE BIOECONOMY ON AGRICULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY, THE ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN HEALTH” Ravello (Italy): June 16 - 19, 2015 

Lana Awada (2015). The Benefits and Costs of Zero Tillage RD&E on the Canadian Prairies. Presented at the International Consortium on Applied Bioeconomy Research (ICABR). Ravello (Italy): June 16 - 19, 2015.

Total Grant: $58,500