Intergenerational Succession In Israeli Family Farms
We study, using a probit analysis of Israeli data, the likelihood of having a successor on the family farm at a certain point in time. We identify a number of significant family and farm attributes whose effects are consistent with economic theory based on the notion of bargaining between the generations.
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