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|Title: ||A MICROCOMPUTER ANALYSIS OF FARM FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE|
|Authors: ||Schnitkey, Gary D.|
Barry, Peter J.
Ellinger, Paul N.
|Issue Date: ||1987-12|
|Abstract: ||This article describes the properties of the Farm Financial Simulation Model (FFSM). FFSM is a tool for analyzing the financial consequences of various managerial strategies and policy options that may be implemented in responding to farm financial stress. Various farm types from different geographical regions having differing enterprises, financial structures, tenure arrangements, and consumption patterns can be analyzed. The emphasis of FFSM is placed on modeling a farm's profitability, liquidity, solvency, and financial position and the model produces a coordinated set of financial statements and an extensive set of financial ratios over a four-year period.|
|Institution/Association: ||Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics>Volume 19, Number 02, December 1987|
|Total Pages: ||7|
|From Page: ||203|
|To Page: ||209|
|Collections:||Volume 19, Number 02, December 1987|
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