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Die Schatzung Verfahrensspezifischer Faktoreinsatzmengen Fur Die Landwirtschaft In Deutschland

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  • Hansen, Heiko
  • Surry, Yves R.

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Aus der regionalen landwirtschaftlichen Gesamtrechnung der Länder für die Bundesrepublik Deutschland lässt sich nicht entnehmen, wie sich die Vorleistungen auf einzelne Produktions-verfahren verteilen. Im vorliegenden Beitrag werden mit Hilfe der Maximum-Entropie-Methode verfahrensspezifische Faktoreinsatzmengen aus diesen Daten geschätzt. Die Modell-ergebnisse für die Jahre 1991 bis 2004 zeigen erwartungsgemäß heterogene Koeffizienten für die untersuchten Agrarprodukte. Auffallend ist der starke Rückgang des Einsatzes zugekauf-ter Futtermittel in der Milchproduktion sowie bei Rindern und Kälbern. Der Einsatz innerbe-trieblich erzeugter Futtermittel hat dagegen bei diesen Produktionsverfahren, insbesondere in der Milchproduktion, im Zeitablauf zugenommen.

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  • Hansen, Heiko & Surry, Yves R., 2006. "Die Schatzung Verfahrensspezifischer Faktoreinsatzmengen Fur Die Landwirtschaft In Deutschland," 46th Annual Conference, Giessen, Germany, October 4-6, 2006 14959, German Association of Agricultural Economists (GEWISOLA).
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