AN ECONOMIC STUDY OF ESTIMATING COST FUNCTION DATES PRODUCTION IN MURZUQ, SOUTHWESTERN LIBYA

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 14 ISSUE 2
Written by Ahmad ARIDAH, F. SHALOOF

The results showed that fixed cost represented (41%) of the total cost of Murzuq, also the variable cost amounted toapproximately (59%) the total cost of Murzuq, and that the optimal size of the production of dates amounted toapproximately (2.01) tons per hectare for Murzuq ,and that production was more than the average actualproduction of dates for the Murzuq by nearly (0.37) tons per hectare , while reported results that the production thatmaximize profit of dates have hit (4.25) tons per hectare for Murzuq , and for community sample as a whole andthat production is more than the actual production of dates by (2.61) tons per hectare. It also showed the results ofthe field study that the average price per ton of harvest dates had been hit (1293.50) dinars for the total samplerespectively.

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Aridah A., Shaloof F. 2014, AN ECONOMIC STUDY OF ESTIMATING COST FUNCTION DATES PRODUCTION IN MURZUQ, SOUTHWESTERN LIBYA. Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 14 ISSUE 2, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 7-12.


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