Panel data nonparametric estimation of production risk and risk preferences: an application to Polish dairy farms

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Panel data nonparametric estimation of production risk and risk preferences : an application to Polish dairy farms. / Czekaj, Tomasz Gerard; Henningsen, Arne.

Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2013.

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Czekaj, TG & Henningsen, A 2013 'Panel data nonparametric estimation of production risk and risk preferences: an application to Polish dairy farms' Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen.

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Czekaj, T. G., & Henningsen, A. (2013). Panel data nonparametric estimation of production risk and risk preferences: an application to Polish dairy farms. Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen. IFRO Working Paper, Nr. 2013/6

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Czekaj TG, Henningsen A. Panel data nonparametric estimation of production risk and risk preferences: an application to Polish dairy farms. Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen. 2013.

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Czekaj, Tomasz Gerard ; Henningsen, Arne. / Panel data nonparametric estimation of production risk and risk preferences : an application to Polish dairy farms. Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2013. (IFRO Working Paper; Nr. 2013/6).

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