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Title: CROPLAND DIVERSIONS AND RURAL NONFARM POPULATION CHANGE
Authors: Van der Sluis, Evert
Peterson, Willis L.
Keywords: Cropland diversion program
Farming-dependent counties
Rural nonfarm population change
Issue Date: 1998-12
Abstract: Data from 100 farming-dependent counties in the U.S. are used to measure the impact of acreage reduction programs on the level of the rural nonfarm population. Results of a simultaneous equation model suggest that the programs had a negative influence on the number of rural nonfarm people, reducing the rural nonfarm population in these counties by an estimated 15-16% over the 1960-90 period.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/15555
Institution/Association: Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics>Volume 30, Number 02, December 1998
Total Pages: 10
Language: English
From Page: 353
To Page: 362
Collections:Volume 30, Number 02, December 1998

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