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On labour productivity to deliver private and public goods –the influence of off-farm income

  • Stefan Mann
  • Laure Latruffe
  • Werner Hediger

Differences between part-time farmers and full-time farmers are examined both theoretically and empirically. We develop the hypotheses that capital to labour ratio, labour productivity in the provision of both private and public goods, and agri-environmental payments received are higher for part-time farmers. FADN data for Swiss dairy farms in 2004 confirm the higher capital to labour ratio as well as higher agri-environmental payments for part-time farms, albeit no differences for the labour productivity of milk production

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Paper provided by INRA UMR SMART in its series Working Papers SMART - LERECO with number 10-09.

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Length: 21 pages
Date of creation: 2010
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Handle: RePEc:rae:wpaper:201009
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