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In a recent reappraisal of evidence adduced for allocative efficiency in traditional agriculture, Dillon and Anderson employed a method based on a combination of traditional economic aspects and statistical aspects of estimated production functions. However, their reappraisal involved using...
In this paper, a re‐assessment of the aggregation problem in farm production functions is attempted. Aggregation starts from measurable farm management entities such as the milking cow, breeding ewe etc., and appropriate whole farm production functions are derived that are consistent with these...
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Death duties are allegedly a tax designed to redistribute accumulations of wealth. Therefore, to the extent that they are successful, one might expect death duties to inhibit the trend for wool‐growing properties to become more capital‐intensive. This aspect of death duties appears to be in...
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