Multiproduct Production Choices And Pesticide Regulation In Georgia
Christopher McIntosh and
Albert A. Williams
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 1992, vol. 24, issue 1, 135-144
An increasing emphasis on surface and groundwater quality and food safety may result in some form of pesticide regulations. A restricted profit function model of Georgia agriculture is used to examine the short-run effects of 2 and 5 percent reductions in all pesticides. Point estimates of short-run impacts, along with their 90 percent confidence intervals are presented.
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