4 Results for 'Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute (NILF), Oslo'

PR – A Comparative Study Of Variability In Agricultural Enterprises And Fish Farming

Agri- and aquaculture have common features associated with their biological nature affecting risk exposure of the businesses. The aim of this paper is to compare risk exposure in salmon farming and agricultural enterprises in Norway by using an implicit error ...Read More

PR – A Comparative Study Of Variability In Agricultural Enterprises And Fish Farming

LP models of Norwegian dairy farms are designed to evaluate the impact of changes in prices and subsidies on production systems and on profit¬ability at the farm level. At 1999-prices, producing a fixed milk quota with low to moderate yielding ...Read More

Adjustments To Changing Economic Conditions In Norwegian Dairy Farming

Our object is to develop a method for the public approval and re-evaluation of pesticides that emphasises a wide evaluation of social benefits. This is done through the case for the three plant-growth regulators approved for use in Norwegian grain ...Read More

A Multicriteria Evaluation By The Public Approval Of Pesticides – A Case With The Plant-growth Regulators In Grain

Stochastic budgeting is used to simulate the business and financial risk and the performance over a six-year planning horizon on a Norwegian dairy farm. A major difficulty with stochastic whole-farm budgeting lies in identifying and measuring dependency relationships between stochastic ...Read More