In Ethiopia, people have been dominantly agrarian society with subsistence way of living. They have mainly made their livelihood by tilling and herding. Mixed agriculture has been dominant history of taxation in ethiopia pdf activity. Food production has been the most important activity of the peasants.
Agriculture has remained more or less static for centuries and people have been indifferent to material wealth. Little has been done to transform peasant agriculture of the country. The failure and static nature of the Ethiopian peasant agriculture could be associated with interlinked historical, natural, religious and cultural factors. Though important it was, in the Ethiopian academics, peasant agriculture has never been recognized as an important development issue until the recent times. No attempt has been made to bring internal transformation in the thinking and working habit of the people. This contribution, based on desk reviews and unpublished sources, is concerned with the issues and history of essential features of the Ethiopian agriculture, including post-1974 rural policy and agricultural developments.
The study also explored the effect of religion and culture on thinking and working habit of the people. Peer review under responsibility of Journal Annals of Agrarian Science. 2017 Agricultural University of Georgia. Production and hosting by Elsevier B. EY provides global services to help you retain the confidence of investors, manage your risk, strengthen your controls and achieve your potential. All utilities organizations surveyed in the EY Power and Utilities Global Information Security Survey 2017-18 say that their cybersecurity function does not meet their needs. Our Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey shows increasing concern about data protection and data privacy compliance as the deadline approaches.