Agricultural Economics اقبصاد زراعتی

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Content

Overview

  • Material from the Laboratory of Jerry Peters (Purdue) unless noted otherwise.

Unit A, Lesson 1: History of Agriculture

Unit A, Lesson 2: Importance of Agriculture

Unit A, Lesson 3: Agribusiness in Today's World

Unit B, Lesson 1: Importance of Record Keeping

Additional Resources

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Youth Business Skills Training Program

Unit B, Lesson 2: Enterprise Record Keeping System

Expense Record Keeping System

Income Record Keeping System

Inventory Record Keeping

Unit B, Lesson 3: Balance Sheets, Cash Flow, and Income Statements

Unit C, Lesson 1: Use of Graphics

Unit C, Lesson 2: Creating Effective Graphics

Unit C, Lesson 3: Relationship of Data, Graphics, and Statistics

Unit D, Lesson 1: Supply and Demand Principles

Unit D, Lesson 2: Effects of Supply and Demand Shifts

Unit D, Lesson 3: Economic Principles to Determine What to Produce

Unit D, Lesson 4: Economic Principles to Determine How Much to Produce

Unit E, Lesson 1: Time Value of Money

Unit E, Lesson 2: Concept of Borrowing Money

Unit F, Lesson 1: Business Expenses

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Provinces

Ghor

Ghazni

Faryab

Farah

Daikundy

Bamyan

Balkh

Baghlan

Badghis

Badakhshan

Zabul

Wardak

Uruzgan

Takhar

Sar-e-Pul

Samangan

Parwan

Panjshir

Paktya

Paktika

Nuristan

Nimroz

Nangarhar

Logar

Laghman

Kunduz

Kunar

Khost

Kapisa

Kandahar

Kabul

Jawzjan

Herat

Helmand