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Agricultural credit and the changing landscape of American agriculture

Agricultural credit and the changing landscape of American agriculture AFR Guest editorial 78,4 This special issue of Agricultural Finance Review is a result of a joint collaboration between the regional research group, NC-1177 (Agricultural and Rural Finance Markets in Transition) and the Agricultural Finance and Management (AFM) section of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association. In 2016, the NC-1177 and AFM leadership team proposed a special issue that targeted papers which discussed agricultural credit and the changing landscape of American agriculture. The aim of the special issue was to collect a cohesive review of applied agricultural finance research directly applicable to future agricultural policy discussions that address the challenges of this period of declining farm income. An open call for papers was released in early 2017 with a letter of interest and abstract due in April 2017 with journal submissions due in August 2017. In total, 18 abstracts with letter of interest were received, with a total of 11 papers submitted for a double blind review in August 2017. After a number of revisions, the eight papers included in this special issue examine key trends in restructuring and rebalancing agricultural debt, the financial stability of farms, and how land valuations affect the farm sector’s current economic stability. This http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Agricultural Finance Review Emerald Publishing

Agricultural credit and the changing landscape of American agriculture

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0002-1466
DOI
10.1108/AFR-08-2018-100
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Abstract

AFR Guest editorial 78,4 This special issue of Agricultural Finance Review is a result of a joint collaboration between the regional research group, NC-1177 (Agricultural and Rural Finance Markets in Transition) and the Agricultural Finance and Management (AFM) section of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association. In 2016, the NC-1177 and AFM leadership team proposed a special issue that targeted papers which discussed agricultural credit and the changing landscape of American agriculture. The aim of the special issue was to collect a cohesive review of applied agricultural finance research directly applicable to future agricultural policy discussions that address the challenges of this period of declining farm income. An open call for papers was released in early 2017 with a letter of interest and abstract due in April 2017 with journal submissions due in August 2017. In total, 18 abstracts with letter of interest were received, with a total of 11 papers submitted for a double blind review in August 2017. After a number of revisions, the eight papers included in this special issue examine key trends in restructuring and rebalancing agricultural debt, the financial stability of farms, and how land valuations affect the farm sector’s current economic stability. This

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Agricultural Finance ReviewEmerald Publishing

Published: Aug 6, 2018

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