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Authors: Daubert, John
Ayer, Harry W.
Issue Date: 1982-12
Abstract: Our empirical analysis shows that federal tax and cost-sharing incentives significantly affect the profitability of laser leveling – a new irrigation technology which sharply reduces gravity water applications. However, the structure of the incentives may make slow rather than rapid adoption of the technology most profitable. Methodology plus results for a wide range of physical and economic conditions are given.
Institution/Association: Western Journal of Agricultural Economics>Volume 07, Number 02, December 1982
Total Pages: 14
Language: English
From Page: 173
To Page: 186
Collections:Volume 07, Number 02, December 1982

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