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module_for_agricultural_supply_at_regional_level [2020/03/13 14:32]
matsz [Price depending crop yields and input coefficients]
module_for_agricultural_supply_at_regional_level [2020/03/31 10:12] (current)
matsz [Detailed discussion of the equations in the supply model]
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 Where “asym” is the land asymptote, i.e. the maximal amount of economically usable agricultural area in a region when the agricultural land rent goes towards infinity. For an application where the land market is used see Renwick et al. (2013). Where “asym” is the land asymptote, i.e. the maximal amount of economically usable agricultural area in a region when the agricultural land rent goes towards infinity. For an application where the land market is used see Renwick et al. (2013).
  
-Set aside policies have changed frequently during CAP reforms. The recent specification is covered in the context of the premium modelling in Section ​5.3 FIXME . The obligatory set-aside restriction introduced by the McSharry reform 1992 and valid until the implementation of the Luxembourg compromise of June 2003 has been explicitly modelled through this equation:+Set aside policies have changed frequently during CAP reforms. The recent specification is covered in the context of the premium modelling in Section ​[[Premium module]]. The obligatory set-aside restriction introduced by the McSharry reform 1992 and valid until the implementation of the Luxembourg compromise of June 2003 has been explicitly modelled through this equation:
  
 \begin{align} \begin{align}
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