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Issue 2 2018 Prospects for agricultural insurance in Europe
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Issue 1 2016 Papers from 4th International Agricultural Risk, Finance and Insurance Conference (IARFIC), Washington DC June 16-18th 2015 organised by Lysa Porth and Ken Seng Tang
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Issue 1 2015 IARFIC 2014: Papers from the 3rd International Agricultural Risk, Finance and Insurance
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Issue 2 2014 International Agricultural Risk, Finance and Insurance Conference, IARFIC.
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Issue 1 2013 Proceedings of the Finance Section of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association AAEA Annual Conference August 1214 2012
Issue 3 2012 Presenting the Financial Condition of Agriculture using the Agricultural Resource Management Survey
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Issue 1 2000
Analysis of extent of credit access among women farm-entrepreneurs based on membership in table banking (TB)Josephine Cherotich, Kenneth Waluse Sibiko, Oscar Ingasia Ayuya
Inadequate finance is considered a major factor limiting the growth of small-scale women-owned farm enterprises in Sub-Saharan Africa. Women empowerment programs such as…
The number of US commercial banks has declined by about 50% over the last two decades. This change could lead to a potential decline in competition and a potential…
The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 directed the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Risk Management Association to investigate a policy targeted to farms…
Examining the penetration of financial inclusion in the agricultural sector: evidence from small-scale farmers in Enugu State, NigeriaAmbrose Nnaemeka Omeje, Augustine Jideofor Mba, Michael Okike Ugwu, Joseph Amuka, Perpetual Ngozi Agamah
The study examined the penetration of financial inclusion in the agricultural sector, using small-scale farmers in Enugu State, Nigeria, as evidence.
A Cambodian smallholder farmer's choice between microfinance institutes and informal commercial moneylenders: the role of risk attitudeAnnkathrin Possner, Selina Bruns, Oliver Musshoff
The purpose of this paper is to examine the extent to which individual risk attitude determines a Cambodian smallholder's choice between a commercial informal loan and a…
Gaussian process modeling of nonstationary crop yield distributions with applications to crop insuranceWenbin Wu, Ximing Wu, Yu Yvette Zhang, David Leatham
The purpose of this paper is to bring out the development of a flexible model for nonstationary crop yield distributions and its applications to decision-making in crop insurance.
The purpose of this study is to estimate the amount of cash flow deficit, if any, needed to maintain the operating costs and service debt of a startup cow–calf enterprise…
The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of loans provided by Benin's largest microlender.
The purpose of this article is to analyze the factors that drive gender income differences among farmers in Cambodia with a focus on the role of formal credit.
The paper examines the factors that influence the production of cash flows in a sample of Italian farm accountancy data network (FADN) farms to generate information useful…
This paper quantifies the effects of recent Federal Reserve interest rate changes, specifically recent hikes and cuts in the federal funds rate since 2015, on Midwest…
Effects of village savings and loan association on agricultural value productivity in Northern Region of GhanaPeter Dawuni, Franklin Nantui Mabe, Osman Damba Tahidu
Agriculture in Ghana is dominated by smallholder farmers in rural areas. Majority of these farmers are resource-poor and faced with serious challenges in accessing formal…
This study aims to develop and apply a multidimensional measure of financial inclusion (FI) to address measurement issues and determine the level of FI of rural…
This study conducts an empirical analysis of the relationship between credit market conditions and agriculture output in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Welfare impacts of rural credit and saving program in Kurfa Chele district, eastern Ethiopia: a propensity score matching estimationEric N. Okoyo, Muluken Gezahegn Wordofa, Jemal Y. Hassen, Moges Bezabih
This study is conducted to evaluate the impact of rural credit on farm household income and food security.
Farm businesses in England are under pressure to intensify production sustainably while managing costs and meeting market demands. Commodity prices and support from Common…
The purpose of this study is to estimate the profitability of rice production for irrigated and rain-fed farmers; determine the factors that influence farmers' decision to…
Rank-dependent preferences, social network and crop insurance uptake: field experimental evidence from rural ChinaRuojin Zhang, Dan Fan, Gene Lai, Junqian Wu, Jungong Li
Agricultural insurance has become increasingly important to farmers' livelihood and production in rural China. Yet despite the enormous governmental subsidizing efforts…
What farmers expect from the proposed formal agricultural credit policy: evidence from a randomized conjoint experiment in Nangarhar Province, AfghanistanMasaood Moahid, Ghulam Dastgir Khan, Yuichiro Yoshida, Keshav Lall Maharjan, Imran Khan Wafa
This research measures the causal effects of pertinent agricultural credit policy attributes on farmers' participation probability and their willingness to pay (WTP) for…
The purpose of this paper is to examine the optimizing behavior of agricultural supply and marketing cooperatives in the US Midwestern states.
The purpose of this paper is to determine the level of flexibility in loan products offered to smallholder farmers in Siaya County in Kenya and to examine the effect of…
The purpose of this paper is to determine the effects of the 2018–2020 China–US trade war on US farm bankruptcies as filed under Chapter 12. The key task is to identify…
Does financial inclusion matter for productivity among smallholder farmers? The authors answer this question by using the sixth and seventh rounds of the Ghana Living…
The objective of this research was to determine the optimal age and pregnancy status for buying and selling replacement of beef females for risk-neutral and risk-averse producers.
The study presents and evaluates a proposition that there is market information bundled with the mobile money (m-money) system. Also, that such information is disseminated…
Market microstructure and the historical relationship between the US farm credit system, farm service agency and commercial bank lendingCalum G. Turvey, Amy Carduner, Jennifer Ifft
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the market microstructure related to the Farm Credit System (FCS), Commercial Banks (CB) and Farm Services Administration…
From 2006 to 2016, Brazilian agricultural cooperatives exhibited a sharp increase in sales. Since the operational cycle of these organizations demands a positive net…
Reforming land mortgages in rural China and the incentives for application of environment-friendly formula fertilizers on farmPeng Peng, Li Zhou
From the perspective of land mortgages, the purpose of this paper is to understand how farmers can be motivated to utilize environment-friendly formula fertilizers…
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