EU-WIDE FARM TYPES SUPPLY IN CAPRI - HOW TO CONSISTENTLY DISAGGREGATE SECTOR MODELS INTO FARM TYPE MODEL
Alexander Gocht and
No 93960, 50th Annual Conference, Braunschweig, Germany, September 29-October 1, 2010 from German Association of Agricultural Economists (GEWISOLA)
The aim of the paper is to motivate the introduction and characterisation of an EU-wide farm type model in the CAPRI (Common Agricultural Policy Regional Impact) model, partly based on a comparison with other farm model approaches and to present the estimation approach necessary to achieve the disaggregation. The approach is based on an estimation which smoothly integrates the information from the EU-wide Farm Structure Survey (FSS) into the CAPRI model database. Example results from Denmark show that this approach outperforms simple scaling by uniform factors by endogenously taking information about the type of farming and economic size into account during the estimation.
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