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Financing Agriculture in a Changing Environment: Macro, Market, Policy, and Management Issues; Proceedings of Regional Research Committee NC-161, McLean, Virginia, October 4-5, 1988

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Contents: Policy and Management Issues in Agricultural Finance by, Cole R. Gustafson; Emerging Issues for the Farm Credit System, by Marvin R. Duncan; Methodology in Allowance for Loan Loss Determination, by Martin Fischer and Glenn Pederson; Selecting Tax Alternatives Under the Tax Reform Act, by Tammy Mickey and David Lins; Factors Influencing Farm Investment Behavior, by Eddy L. LaDue, Lynn H. Miller, and Joseph H. Kwiatkowski; Farmers' Use of Futures and Options Under Alternative Farm Programs: Farm Level Financial Analysis, by Calum G. Turvey and Timothy G. Baker; An Empirical Investigation of Risk Diversification Opportunities Within the Farm Credit System, by Charles B. Moss and Allen M. Featherstone; Adapting to Turbulent Credit Markets: Loan Pricing Options for the Farm Credit System, by Merritt R. Hughes;

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  • Anonymous, 1989. "Financing Agriculture in a Changing Environment: Macro, Market, Policy, and Management Issues; Proceedings of Regional Research Committee NC-161, McLean, Virginia, October 4-5, 1988," Agricultural Economics Reports 23407, North Dakota State University, Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics.
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    1. Dale Jorgenson, 1967. "The Theory of Investment Behavior," NBER Chapters,in: Determinants of Investment Behavior, pages 129-175 National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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