Agricultural Resource Economics and the Environment
Michele Marra and
David Zilberman ()
Review of Agricultural Economics, 1992, vol. 14, issue 2, 313-326
Agricultural resource economics depends upon a widely scattered literature. This article presents some of the contributions of a forthcoming book on the subject. Some of the major environmental and resource management issues for agriculture are summarized with the needs of policy analysts, graduate students, and research economists in mind. Models involving dynamics and externality management are emphasized and illustrated with examples from water, pesticides, and land resources.
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