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Low input agriculture and agricultural economics: a multi-objective approach


, : Low input agriculture and agricultural economics: a multi-objective approach. Rivista di Economia Agraria 47(4): 545-593

The relation between agriculture and environment can be studied by referring to the microeconomic implications arising from the demands of society for environmentally friendly agricultural production. Among the different approaches which can be used, special attention has been paid to the recent methodologies developed by multiple criteria decision making. The effects on farm management resulting from multiple conflicting objectives (private and social) have been estimated.

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