RECENT MACROECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON AGRICULTURE
Ralph M. Monaco
Northeastern Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 1991, vol. 20, issue 2, 7
The U.S. is nearing the end of its ninth recession since the Second World War. This recession was caused by events outside of the agricultural sector, and the recovery will be due to factors outside the sector. Yet agricultural production, costs, and income will be affected by general economic conditions. This paper reviews current general economic conditions and examines their implications for the agricultural sector.
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