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Groei van de biologische landbouw: Kwantitatieve analyse met een systeemdynamisch model

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  • van Wagenberg, Coen P.A.
  • Schepers, H.E.
  • Boekhoff, Marike
  • Hoorweg, Marja J.
  • Wijnands, Jo H.M.

Abstract

This study forms a part of the project 'Views on organic agriculture: a system analysis'. The project distinguishes different life styles to concretise these views on the organic agriculture. This report describes the developed system dynamics model that can be used to calculate the quantitative effects of different policies on the growth perspectives of the Dutch organic sector by distinguishing these life styles. De studie vormt een onderdeel van het project 'Visies op biologische landbouw: een systeem-analyse'. In dit project worden mensbeelden onderscheiden om verschillende visies op de biologische landbouw te concretiseren. Dit rapport bevat een beschrijving van het ontwikkel-de systeemdynamisch model waarmee door het onderscheiden van mensbeelden kwantitatieve effecten van beleidsmaatregelen op de groei van de biologische landbouw be-paald kunnen worden.

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  • van Wagenberg, Coen P.A. & Schepers, H.E. & Boekhoff, Marike & Hoorweg, Marja J. & Wijnands, Jo H.M., 2006. "Groei van de biologische landbouw: Kwantitatieve analyse met een systeemdynamisch model," Report Series 29128, Agricultural Economics Research Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:aerirs:29128
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