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  • Thumbnail for AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT ON FARMER FINANCIAL WELL BEING OF THE 1996 US FARM BILL
    AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT ON FARMER FINANCIAL WELL BEING OF THE 1996 US FARM BILL by Hooker, Theodore

    This study investigates the impact of the 1996 Federal Agricultural Improvement and Reform (FAIR) Act on farmer financial well-being, as measured by net income of farms in California. I use a standard difference-in-differences ordinary least-squares regression estimator to measure this effect. Additionally, I run a quantile regression at the 25th, 50th, and 75th percentiles to investigate the impact at varying percentiles of net cash income. The analysis provides no evidence supporting the positive relationship between the change in policy or government subsidies and net farm income. Further research needs to be done to succinctly measure the effect of current agricultural policy on farmer financial well-being.

  • Thumbnail for AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT ON FARMER FINANCIAL WELL BEING OF THE 1996 US FARM BILL
    AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT ON FARMER FINANCIAL WELL BEING OF THE 1996 US FARM BILL by Hooker, Theodore

    This study investigates the impact of the 1996 Federal Agricultural Improvement and Reform (FAIR) Act on farmer financial well-being, as measured by net income of farms in California. I use a standard difference-in-differences ordinary least-squares regression estimator to measure this effect. Additionally, I run a quantile regression at the 25th, 50th, and 75th percentiles to investigate the impact at varying percentiles of net cash income. The analysis provides no evidence supporting the positive relationship between the change in policy or government subsidies and net farm income. Further research needs to be done to succinctly measure the effect of current agricultural policy on farmer financial well-being.

  • Thumbnail for AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT ON FARMER FINANCIAL WELL BEING OF THE 1996 US FARM BILL
    AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT ON FARMER FINANCIAL WELL BEING OF THE 1996 US FARM BILL by Hooker, Theodore

    Abstract This study investigates the impact of the 1996 Federal Agricultural Improvement and Reform (FAIR) Act on farmer financial well-being, as measured by net income of farms in California. I use a standard difference-in-differences ordinary least-squares regression estimator to measure this effect. Additionally, I run a quantile regression at the 25th, 50th, and 75th percentiles to investigate the impact at varying percentiles of net cash income. The analysis provides no evidence supporting the positive relationship between the change in policy or government subsidies and net farm income. Further research needs to be done to succinctly measure the effect of current agricultural policy on farmer financial well-being.

  • Thumbnail for AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT ON FARMER FINANCIAL WELL BEING OF THE 1996 US FARM BILL
    AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT ON FARMER FINANCIAL WELL BEING OF THE 1996 US FARM BILL by Hooker, Theodore

    This study investigates the impact of the 1996 Federal Agricultural Improvement and Reform (FAIR) Act on farmer financial well-being, as measured by net income of farms in California. I use a standard difference-in-differences ordinary least-squares regression estimator to measure this effect. Additionally, I run a quantile regression at the 25th, 50th, and 75th percentiles to investigate the impact at varying percentiles of net cash income. The analysis provides no evidence supporting the positive relationship between the change in policy or government subsidies and net farm income. Further research needs to be done to succinctly measure the effect of current agricultural policy on farmer financial well-being.

  • Thumbnail for An Analysis of the Impact on Farmer Financial Well-Being of the 1996 US Farm Bill
    An Analysis of the Impact on Farmer Financial Well-Being of the 1996 US Farm Bill by Hooker, Theodore

    This study investigates the impact of the 1996 Federal Agricultural Improvement and Reform (FAIR) Act on farmer financial well-being, as measured by net income of farms in California. I use a standard difference-in-differences ordinary least-squares regression estimator to measure this effect. Additionally, I run a quantile regression at the 25th, 50th, and 75th percentiles to investigate the impact at varying percentiles of net cash income. The analysis provides no evidence supporting the positive relationship between the change in policy or government subsidies and net farm income. Further research needs to be done to succinctly measure the effect of current agricultural policy on farmer financial well-being.