4 edition of Economic analysis of wheat program choices. found in the catalog.
Economic analysis of wheat program choices.
Norman K. Whittlesey
by Agricultural Extension Service, Washington State University in Pullman
Written in English
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This analysis uses lifecycle assessment (LCA) to (1) estimate the magnitude of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO 2 e) emissions from typical US food production practices, using wheat and beef as examples, and (2) quantify the cost of those emissions in the context of a GHG-pricing regime over a range of policy constructs. Wheat and beef were chosen Cited by: 9. 1. Introduction. Wheat is an important crop in Australia. It grows on 55% of the total cropland and averaged million ha between and (ABARES, ).Australia has a significant role to play in global food security because, as a significant wheat exporter (Australia contributed 12% of global wheat exports in –), it can help compensate for seasonal fluctuations in other Cited by:
analysis. In benefit-cost analysis, program costs and benefits are converted into dollars. In cost-effectiveness analysis, program costs are in dollars but benefits are left in some natural unit, like life years saved. A special type of cost-effectiveness analysis—called cost-utility analysis—includes only health outcomes in the Size: KB. Source: UN Food & Agriculture Organization. For the most part, these are the countries whose production outlook could move wheat prices. In fact, statistics have it that the top ten countries on that list produce about 80 percent of the world’s : Craig Adeyanju.
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