Simulation: Methodology and Application in Agricultural Economics
Jock Anderson ()
Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics, 1974, vol. 42, issue 01
The diverse modelling activity coming under a defined concept of Simulation is reviewed first through a general outline of suggested methodology and secondly through a survey of applications in agricultural economics and kindred disciplines. The review concludes with a consideration of present problems with and future prospects for this increasingly important tool.
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