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Examining the Relationship of Conservation Compliance and Farm Program Incentives


  • Doering, Otto
  • Smith, Katherine R.


Contents: Executive Summary; History; Why Do We Have Conservation Compliance?; Compliance Nuts and Bolts; Compliance Effects Depend on Socioeconomic Factors; Conservation Compliance Works; The Complexity of Program Incentives; Soil Erosion Rates to Rise in the Absence of Farm Program Incentives; Concluding Observations; References

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  • Doering, Otto & Smith, Katherine R., 2012. "Examining the Relationship of Conservation Compliance and Farm Program Incentives," C-FARE Reports 156624, Council on Food, Agricultural, and Resource Economics (C-FARE).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:cfarer:156624

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    1. Claassen, Roger & Breneman, Vincent E. & Bucholtz, Shawn & Cattaneo, Andrea & Johansson, Robert C. & Morehart, Mitchell J., 2004. "Environmental Compliance In U.S. Agricultural Policy: Past Performance And Future Potential," Agricultural Economics Reports 34033, United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service.
    2. Dana L. Hoag & Herb A. Holloway, 1991. "Farm Production Decisions Under Cross and Conservation Compliance," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 73(1), pages 184-193.
    3. Konstantinos Giannakas & Jonathan D. Kaplan, 2005. "Policy Design and Conservation Compliance on Highly Erodible Lands," Land Economics, University of Wisconsin Press, vol. 81(1).
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