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Title: Optimal Agricultural Credit Association Branch Office Locations
Authors: Scaletta, Timi M.
Stokes, Jeffrey R.
Keywords: Agricultural Credit Association
compromise programming
Farm Credit System
location model
mixed-integer programming
JEL Codes: C61
G21
Q14
Issue Date: 2003-04
Abstract: Since the farm financial crisis of the 1980s, Farm Credit System banks continue to merge and consolidate to enhance competitiveness. Two mixed-integer programming models of AgChoice Agricultural Credit Association (ACA), a recently merged ACA in Pennsylvania, were developed to determine the optimal number, location, and territory of branches. The approach suggests useful information can be determined regarding the reconfiguration process after bank mergers, especially given the fact that the current AgChoice ACA configuration is available for comparison purposes.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/37838
Institution/Association: Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics>Volume 35, Number 01, April 2003
Total Pages: 18
From Page: 127
To Page: 141
Collections: Volume 35, Number 01, April 2003

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