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DEVELOPMENTS OF SECTORS A.Introductıon
Classical Division Agriculture Cereals & Other Crops Animal Farming Industry Mining & Energy Manufacturing Services Trade & Banking Education & Health Transportation Types of Their Value Added
B. Agriculture 1. People and The Land Agriculture Land Produce Animal Husbandary Forest & Water Products
Figure 1. Agricultural Employment ( Sep. 2011- 2012 ) *Population within 15-24 age group
2. Inputs-Other than Land Graphs & Figures
3. Agricultural Incentives- Disincentives Graphs & Figures
Kaynak: Maliye Bakanlığı Kesin Hesapları *Milyar tl
C.INDUSTRY: A CHANGED TRACK 1.Introduction Industry is used in its proper economic meaning which includes all manufacturing plus mining,energy, gas & water.
2. Industrialisation Policies a. Before 1980
b. After 1980 *Milyon $
c. Structure of Manufacturing Tables & Graphs
D.SERVICES: AN UNBALANCED GROWTH Basic Human Quality Services
UNIT 10. Primary sector: gets the raw materials from nature. Secondary sector: works with the raw materials and transform them into other products. Tertiary.
Table 8.1 Value Added by Sectors, 2004, billions of dollars (to be continued) IndustryValue Added Percent of GDP Primary Sector Agriculture, forestry,
Employment Types Below are the three main employment types. Can you think of examples of each? Primary (Getting raw materials) Secondary (Processing raw.
QUESTION INTRODUCTION LINKAGES- PRODUCTION,DEMAND,INVESTMENT AND SAVINGS RECOMMENDATIONS INFERENCE.
Treasury Policy Perspectives Graeme Davis Macroeconomic Policy Division.
Economic Activity Levels
Outline Major programmes for collecting industrial statistics Decennial Census of Industries Annual survey of industries Survey of construction industries.
Economic Environment of Business Lecture One: Overview of the UK Economy.
National Policy and Strategy for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries 15 March, 2004.
District Domestic Product compilation and its uses.
Energy Consumption in U.S. Agriculture John A. Miranowski Professor of Economics Iowa State University.
Productivity Commission Gary Banks Chairman, Productivity Commission Melbourne Institute Economic and Social Outlook Conference Melbourne, 30 June 2011.
Natural Resources Key Terms Natural Resources II Mr. Cole.
Introduction to Technology Course weeks 6 th Grade.
Economic Activities and Economic Sectors
Forecasting Productivity Growth: 2004 to 2024 Productivity Perspectives March 2006 John Revesz.
Planning for Growth Standing Conference 12 June 2015.
EMPLOYMENT TRENDS Growth Rate of Employment(%Per Annum) Source - Economic Survey Period Rural Urban Before Reform After Reform
IB Business and Management
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