Files

Action Filename Size Access Description License
Show more files...

Abstract

Stakeholders in agricultural land markets can have a legitimate interest in the impact of policy changes on land prices. Agricultural economists may be asked to answer questions regarding the potential impacts of suggested policy changes on land price, ex ante. This paper addresses the question of what agricultural economists can answer, given enquiries into such matters. Based on a comparison of methodologies used the paper concludes, that even though methods in the field are advanced they tend to focus on either a cash flow dimension or a quality dimension of land price, while the questions that stakeholders need answered require both.

Details

Downloads Statistics

from
to
Download Full History