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Factors Determining Fsa Guaranteed Loan Loss Claim Activity In The U.S. For 1990-1997


  • Settlage, Latisha A.
  • Dixon, Bruce L.
  • Ahrendsen, Bruce L.


The study identifies farm operator and economic characteristics explaining variation in FSA guaranteed loan loss claims rates. Regression models using state-level data are estimated. Debt-to-asset ratios, interest rates, off-farm income and bank loan-to-asset ratios explain FO loss rates. Farm size and bank loan-to-asset ratios are important to OL loss rates.

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  • Settlage, Latisha A. & Dixon, Bruce L. & Ahrendsen, Bruce L., 2000. "Factors Determining Fsa Guaranteed Loan Loss Claim Activity In The U.S. For 1990-1997," Staff Papers 15782, University of Arkansas, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:uarksp:15782

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