Parental Motivation in Family Farm Intergenerational Transfers
AbstractAn intergenerational transfer model incorporating both altruism and exchange is presented for family farm transfers. A simulation study is conducted to test parental motivation in intergenerational transfers of family farm businesses. Results indicated that family farm intergenerational transfers are altruistically motivated.
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Family Farms; Intergenerational Transfer; Family Farm Succession; Consumer/Household Economics; Farm Management; Q10; Q12;
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