Research on USDA farm credit programs: past, present, and future
AbstractFederal farm credit programs currently administered by the USDA were initiated in the early 1900s to help the farm sector cope with natural disasters, and these programs have continued to evolve. There has been a rich history of research analyzing USDA farm credit programs and the effects they have had on farmers, ranchers, and credit markets. This paper highlights past research and offers a view of the future direction of research on federal farm credit programs.
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Volume (Year): 65 (2005)
Issue (Month): 2 (July)
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