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Optionen der Pachtpreisanpassung: Ex-Post-Analyse am Beispiel Niedersachsens

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  • Plumeyer, Cord-Herwig
  • Theuvsen, Ludwig
  • Becker, Martin

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In der deutschen Landwirtschaft ist die Bedeutung der Pacht von landwirtschaftlichen Nutzflächen zunehmend gestiegen, so dass immer mehr Betriebe von den Entwicklungen auf dem Landpachtmarkt beeinflusst werden. Besonders in Zeiten stark schwankender Erzeugerpreise und Erträge stellen die traditionellen Pachtverträge mit fixiertem Pachtpreis ein Risiko für die Landwirte dar. Zu Höchstpreisen abgeschlossene Pachtverträge können bei sinkenden Erzeugerpreisen und steigenden Produktionskosten schnell zu Liquiditätsengpässen führen. Aus diesem Grund werden in dieser Arbeit die grundsätzlichen Möglichkeiten der flexiblen Pachtpreisanpassung vorgestellt und im Wege einer Ex-post-Analyse auf ihre Praxistauglichkeit aus Sicht der Pächter wie auch der Verpächter beleuchtet.

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  • Plumeyer, Cord-Herwig & Theuvsen, Ludwig & Becker, Martin, 2009. "Optionen der Pachtpreisanpassung: Ex-Post-Analyse am Beispiel Niedersachsens," 49th Annual Conference, Kiel, Germany, September 30-October 2, 2009 53254, German Association of Agricultural Economists (GEWISOLA).
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    Landpachtmarkt; Pachtpreisanpassungsklausel; Risikomanagement; Agricultural Finance; Farm Management;

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