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Econometric production models with endogenous input timing: an application to Ecuadorian potato production

Econometric production models with endogenous input timing: an application to Ecuadorian potato production

Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 19(1): 1-18

In this paper, a model is developed in which the quantity and timing of input and harvest decisions are endogenous. The endogenous timing model allows all of the information about input and harvest behaviour to be utilized, and it provides a basis for linking econometric production analysis to the time-specific analyses in other scientific disciplines used to assess the environmental or human health impacts of agricultural production practices.

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DOI: 10.2307/40986824

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