Dr. Ganesh Rede

Assistant Professor

PhD in Agricultural Economics, ASRB NET, MSc Agricultural Economics, BSc Agriculture

Research Interests & Expertise

 Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Food security, Input-output Studies



Economics of Farm Business of Selected Small Farmers in Akola district of Maharashtra
Journal: Indian Journal of Economics and Development
Publication date: APR-JUN 2016
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Abstract : In the present study the efforts have been made to examine the economics of farm business of selected small farmers in Akola district of Maharashtra. It helps us to know the economic condition of small famers. The economics of selected farmers is worked out using different cost concepts. For the analysis four major crops were selected from Kharif and Rabi season viz. cotton, soybean, gram, Wheat. The net returns of gram was highest ((sic)43059.72) among all the crops followed by cotton (sic)32939.56. and gram was the more profitable crop among the selected crops of both seasons. The study will help the policy makers to formulate some policies for such small farmers and also helpful for the researchers who are interested in further studies related to small farmers and their economics. As small holders farmers can contribute to greater food supply for the country, they first need to secure access to land and water as well as to rural financial services to pay for inputs.
Financial Feasibility Analysis of Pomegranate Production in Solapur District of Maharashtra
Journal: Indian Journal of Economics and Development
Publication date: APR-JUN 2018
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Abstract : The present study aims at examining the financial feasibility analysis of pomegranate production in Solapur district of Maharashtra which happens to be the leading district in terms of production and area under cultivation of that crop. Data collected from primary sources have been analyzed with the set objectives using appropriate techniques and statistical tools. Pomegranate requires a high investment of capital for establishment of orchard which is estimated as (sic)348473.17 per hectare. The establishment cost is found to be more in small-sized farms as compared to medium and large size groups. The maintenance cost during the gestation period has been estimated as (sic)184357.27 per hectare. The annual maintenance cost termed as recurring cost which has been incurred from 3rd year onwards for maintenance of plants which comprises of the expenditure towards the variable factors and fixed factors. The small farmers are ahead of medium and large farmers in terms of application of variable factors whereas the total labour cost varies directly with the size of farms. The average yield of sample farms is found to be 9.38 tonnes per hectare which varies from year to year during the period 3rd to 12th year of the orchard age. The mean yield of small size farms is found to be highest at 10.70 tons per hectare and it is declining with the increase in size of pomegranate farms. The financial feasibility of investment in pomegranate orchards has been studied with four relevant criteria namely, net present value (NPV), benefit-cost ratio (B-C Ratio), the internal rate of returns (IRR) and payback period (PBP). The NPV, B-C ratio, IRR and PBP for all farms are (sic)921035.57 per ha, 2.61, 48.23 percent and 4.1 years respectively which confirm that investment on pomegranate orchard is highly profitable and economically feasible in the study area.
Characterization of Pomegranate Cultivators: A Linear Discriminant Analysis
Journal: Indian Journal of Economics and Development
Publication date: JAN-MAR 2020
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Abstract : In the study, an attempt was made to focus and identify the distinct characteristics of the two contrast groups affecting pomegranate yield. It examined the difference between the two groups of pomegranate growers based on some socio-economic characteristics, input application factors, managerial factors, and labour characteristics. Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA) was used to discriminate against the pomegranate cultivators belonging to two groups (high yielding and low yielding groups) based on multiple characters simultaneously with an objective that which factors were prospective to yield attributing characters. Out of 48 different factors, it were found that 22 factors had a significant role in pomegranate production. Observed significant correlation between adoption index and realization index in case of high and low yielding groups it also indicated that high yielding farmers who belonged to lower size group were good adopters of technology. The pomegranate is a capital intensive orchard crop, the level of adoption depends not only on the quantum of inputs but also on the appropriate know-how practices at the farm level. This study would be helpful to the pomegranate growers for making decisions related to pomegranate production.
Trade Pattern of Indian Basmati Rice: A Markov Chain Approach
Journal: Indian Journal of Economics and Development
Publication date: MAR 2024
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Abstract : The present study was undertaken to study the trade dynamics of basmati rice using the Markov-Chain approach. The findings indicated that the most unstable market during the first period was Iraq and the USA, and in the second period, was the USA, respectively, with zero probability retention. The projected export share of major importing countries indicated that the UAE, the Yemen Republic, and Saudi Arabia were likely to increase their export share. At the same time, Iran is expected to lose its share in Indian Basmati rice exports in the coming years. However, India has retained its original import markets and explored new markets as a comparative advantage. In order to sustain itself in the global market, the Government should focus on improving export infrastructure facilities.
Samagra: A Sanitable Sustainable Business Model

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Time-Varying Price–Volume Relationship and Adaptive Market Efficiency: A Survey of the Empirical Literature
Authors: Patil, A.C., Rastogi, S.
Journal:Journal of Risk and Financial Management
Publication date: June 2019
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
URL: Open Access
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This paper conducts a review of the literature on the price–volume relationship and its relation with the implications of the adaptive market hypothesis. The literature on market efficiency is classified as efficient market hypothesis (EMH) studies or adaptive market hypothesis (AMH) studies. Under each class, studies are categorized either as return predictability studies or price–volume relationship studies. Finally, review in each category is analyzed based on the methodology used. Our review shows that the literature on return predictability and price–volume relationship in classical EMH approach is extensive while studies in return predictability in the AMH approach have gained increased attention in the last decade. However, the studies in price–volume relationship under adaptive approach are limited, and there is a scope for studies in this area. Authors did not find any literature review on time-varying price–volume relationship. Authors find that there is a scope to study the nonlinear cross–correlation between price and volume using detrended fluctuation analysis (DFA)-detrended cross–correlational analysis (DXA) in the AMH domain. Further, it would be interesting to investigate whether the same cross–correlation holds across different measures of stock indices within a country and across different time scales. © 2019 by the authors.

Different VAR for Developing and Developed Nations because of Market Efficiency
Authors: Dr Shailesh Rastogi ,Ashok Patil , Akanksha Goel
Journal:A Refereed Monthly International Journal of Management
Publication date: May 2019
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
URL: Open Access
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The aim of this paper is to compare the performance of VaR among Nations. This paper employs the method proposed by Diebold, Schuermann, and Stroughair (1998) and McNeil and Frey (2000) in order to filter the return data to obtain i.i.d residuals by fitting ARMA-GARCH models.The model that shows the lowest percentage failure rate in VaR in out-of-sample period is identified as the best GARCH model to estimate VaR.


Oil price shocks and stock market performance: A case of Indian stock market

Authors: Patil, A., Madhuri, G.
Journal: Finance India
Publication date: June 2018
Publisher: Indian Institute of Finance
URL: Open Access

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The paper studies the empirical relationship between Oil Price Shocks and Stock Market Index movement and their asymmetric responses to oil price shocks. The Indian stock market index was represented by Sensex, and daily closing prices of Sensex and crude oil prices for a ten-year period between 2006 and 2015 wereanalyzed using dynamic linear regression or ARIMAX. The study indicated that there is no significant evidence of correlation between oil price shocks and stock market index movement; however, stock market index movement is auto-correlated with its two lags. The findings of this paper also show statistically significant asymmetric responses of stock market index movement to oil price shocks. Stock market index movement was negatively correlated with positive oil price shocks, and positively correlated with negative oil price shocks. Subsequently, the equations of the models are used to forecast the stock market index movement.This study uniquely enhances the understanding of bivariate relationships. © Indian Institute of Finance.


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