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China - Agricultural Education and Research Project (Inglês)

In support of the Government's program of strengthening higher education and research in the agricultural sciences, the project will provide assistance to 11 leading agricultural colleges, 6 existing research institutes, and a new National Rice Research Institute (NRII). The project will finance civil works, furniture, equipment, specialist services, fellowships, and other related inputs to: (a) raise the quality of graduates and research work in the agricultural sciences; (b) expand both undergraduate and postgraduate enrollment and research capacity in these fields; and (c) strengthen the organization and management of resources in agricultural education and research. Project risks grow out of the Bank's limited knowledge of China's agricultural research system, the dimensions of China's manpower pool in agriculture, and the presently changing system of agricultural education. The studies of China's agricultural manpower and agricultural research system to be conducted under the project will contribute to reducing these risks and will enable the Government to improve the effectiveness of future projects in agriculture.

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  • Data do documento

    1982/10/31

  • TIpo de documento

    Memorando e recomendação do Presidente

  • No. do relatório

    P3391

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    China - Agricultural Education and Research Project

  • Palavras-chave

    agricultural college;economic and sector work;efficiency of resource use;real per capita income;Agriculture;cost of living index;growth in energy use;Soil and Water Conservation;production of cash crop;per capita income level;secondary school enrollment ratio;agricultural education;agricultural science;agricultural research system;colleges and university;research institute;management of resources;unit of output;terms of trade;quality of teaching;general secondary school;senior secondary level;rate of investment;middle-income developing countries;balance of payment;energy conservation;short training course;foreign exchange retention;consumer goods imports;return to investment;per capita gnp;official exchange rate;current account surplus;real growth rate;rural economic activity;debt service ratio;primary energy production;education and health;standard of living;expansion of imports;agriculture and industry;population growth rate;reducing energy use;gdp growth rate;debt service payment;average interest rate;degree centralization;lack of space;net material product;share of investment;quality of outputs;Rural Health Care;health manpower development;river basin development;agricultural research institute;allocation of resource;higher education institution;efficiency of investment;quality of faculty;Science and Technology;centers of excellence;higher educational institution;share of capital;high level manpower;equipment and supply;normal retirement age;state industrial enterprise;expansion of enrollment;program for agricultural;hydroelectric power generation;underground coal mine;current account deficit;large budget deficit;import of goods;agricultural raw material;manufactured export;stabilization program;rural area;light industry;Economic Management;agricultural manpower;heavy industry;living standard;profit retention;foreign trade;price flexibility;structural adjustment;trained manpower;research capacity;state enterprises;agricultural output;skilled manpower;industrial sector;economic efficiency;postsecondary education;money supply;Fiscal policies;fiscal policy;Animal Husbandry;import technology;rural income;research program;teaching staff;investment program;cost of energy production;world level;economic research;foreign capital;institutional change;scientific equipment;state economy;rural commune;export earning;export earnings;cultivable land;government plan;agricultural sector;Basic Education;financial resource;national income;capital construction;postgraduate program;chemical fertilizer;commercial system;relative price;adjustment policy;tertiary level;investment rate;constant price;international research;postgraduate training;up-to-date equipment;price reform;research quality;basic equipment;advanced research;basic teaching;agricultural program;moderate inflation;rural market;reform measure;working capital;reform policy;modern management;net exporter;regional specialization;obsolete equipment;administrative measure;market-oriented reforms;domestic transportation;commercial sector;real value;Research Organizations;commercial activity;rural collectives;research activities;market mechanism;credit financing;international reserve;production decision;marketing channel;employment practice;legal right;retail price;state council;management agencies;administrative directive;economic instrument;macroeconomic instability;central planning;civil works;transport constraint;price stability;budgetary balance;credit expansion;inflation rate;international standard;Fixed Assets;scientific work;research institution;research institutions;rice production;foreign partnerships;soil erosion;cropping pattern;farm mechanization;farm management;experimental work;grain crop;accelerating growth;undergraduate program;research agenda;overseas training;postgraduate level;project datum;bilateral cooperation;external assistance;information service;undergraduate course;practical training;laboratory equipment;academic qualification;home base;grain production

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