A NOTE ON SOME DIFFICULTIES IN RESPONSE ANALYSIS
Jock Anderson ()
Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1968, vol. 12, issue 1, 8
Some empirical problems which tend to receive inadequate attention in response analysis are discussed. These include the variation not explained by fitted production functions, the sensitivity of optima and profits to price changes, the cost of developing production functions and the value in using them.
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