Proceedings: 1st International Conference on Food and Agricultural Economics: ECONOMIC, INSTITUTIONAL, AND CULTURAL DETERMINANTS OF AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE DEMAND ACROSS COUNTRIES
No 296685, First International Conference on Food and Agricultural Economics, April 27-28, 2017, Alanya, Turkey from International Conference on Food and Agricultural Economics
This paper aims to identify the determinant factors in using agricultural insurance and to provide evidence that religion matters, in addition to the institutional and economic ones, plays an explanatory role in agricultural insurance demand for American and European countries in the period 2000-2012.The study adopts a logistic regression modeling technique with 276 cross section observations. The research results show that the agricultural insurance demand is a multidimensional function, which depends on: i) premiums of agricultural insurance, ii) subsidies of agricultural premiums, iii) cultivated surface; iv) education level of farmers, v) yield risk, and vi) religion.
Keywords: Institutional and Behavioral Economics; Risk and Uncertainty (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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