Decomposing The Size Effect On The Adoption Of Innovations: Agrobiotechnology And Precision Farming
This study contrasts the relationship between farm-size and adoption for two types of innovations, genetically engineered crops and precision farming, controlling for other factors. The analysis uses an extension of the McDonald and Moffit decomposition for the two-limit Tobit model.
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