Predicting Land Purchase Behavior In A Fast Growth, Intensely Agricultural County
Attitudes toward farmland preservation, agriculture, development, and open space are used to predict land purchases in a rapidly developing, agricultural area. Using data from New Mexico land buyers, a qualitative choice model gives probabilities of individuals purchasing irrigated valley farmland or desert mesa land based on attitudes and socio-economic characteristics.
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Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics,
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