A Multi-Dimensional Comparative Assessment Methodology for Policy Analysis: A Multi-Country Study of the Agricultural Sector
AbstractThis paper offers an overview of assessment methods for physicalplanning, with a particular focus on the agricultural sector. Anattempt is made to link multi-criteria analysis to meta-analysis byapplying rough set theory as a framework for comparative study. Anempirical application on the explanation of productivity differencesin OECD countries is used to ilustrate the potential of thisapproach.
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